Moringa oleifera leaves are highly nutritious and rich in vitamins, manganese, magnesium, lysine, riboflavin, calcium, thiamin, potassium, iron, protein and niacin. Moringa powder also boasts all nine essential amino acids, which our bodies cannot produce naturally but require to function normally. It?s also extremely rich in antioxidants, which protect against cell damage from free radicals, and is a natural plant source of cytokinins, a group of hormones with anti-aging effects.
- Protecting and nourishing skin and hair.
- Treating edema.
- Protecting the liver.
- Preventing and treating cancer.
- Treating stomach complaints.
- Fighting against bacterial diseases.
- Making bones healthier.
- Treating mood disorders.
- Protecting the cardiovascular system
- Helping wounds to heal
- Treating diabetes
- Treating asthma
- Protecting against kidney disorders
- Reducing high blood pressure
- Improving eye health
- Treating anemia and sickle cell disease
How much Moringa powder a day?
As for the powder, the recommended dose to start or for those in good health is 1 teaspoon a day (1 teaspoon = about 2 grams of powder), combined with the meal. After taking the supplement for a week, you can decide whether to increase the dosage by listening to your body
When should we take Moringa powder?
Moringa has a slightly nutty green taste, similar to wheatgrass or matcha powder. To enhance the flavor, add some lemon to your water and drink the entire glass at once. Tip: Moringa is great to take first thing in the morning to give you the energy boost and mental clarity you need to kick start your day.
How to use?
Just mix 1-2 teaspoons (or half a teaspoon if you're just starting out) into any dish or drink that could benefit from a sprinkling of spinachy greens. The easiest way to think of it as superfood seasoning - so just use it as you would do with any other green herb or seasoning.