Moringa, Organic from Madagascar
Also Known as: Drumstick Tree, The Miracle Tree
Moringa Oleifera is a sub-tropical tree with unique properties. Each component contains precious substances, therefore no part of the Moringa tree goes to waste. It has been prized for centuries for its nutritional and healing properties in Asia and Africa. Increasingly, and especially in developing tropical countries, Moringa has been used to fight malnutrition. Our farmers in Madagascar deliver you with organic Moringa powder after drying the leaves directly "farm to fork". Use a pinch of it to make your breakfast, snacks and meals testier and healthier. Moringa can be an ideal option for vegetarians to meet their protein needs, breastfeeding's women, and athletes who want to increase their vitamins intake.
What Does It Taste Like?
Moringa offers a slightly bitter flavor with a grass-like aroma, it's light and herbal with earthy tones. Moringa tastes like Matcha and has a green, spanichy flavor. Moringa's powder smells like a mild peppery version of green tea.
How Is It Used?
Moringa powder is found to be better used raw, as heat can reduce many of its nutrients. The recommended dose of moringa powder is to start with 1/2 tsp. It can be used in different savory or sweet dishes, or simply add the powder to your shakes, smoothies and yogurt to boost your nutritional intake.
Moringa Oleifera is a sub-tropical tree with unique properties. After discarding the leaves from stems and stalks, they are dried out and grounded to deliver you with Moringa powder directly "farm to fork"
Various studies have shown that moringa may help regulate blood sugar, lower blood pressure and cholesterol. It is packed with antioxidants that help boost the immune system. Moringa also contains calcium and phosphorous, which help keep bones healthy and strong. In addition, Moringa has been found to be full of other vitamins and minerals; such as, Vitamin C, Potassium, Iron and many more.
- Blend Moringa powder with salad dressings, sauces, green juices and smoothies.
- Bake it with cookies, cupcakes, brownies, or bread.
- Spice up your favorite recipes with Moringa powder by adding it to salads, pasta, risotto, soups, or stews.
- Steep it as a tea by adding some Moringa powder, lemon and honey to a boiling water.
- The Moringa Smoothie: Simply add 1 cup of Almond milk, 1 tsp of Moringa powder, and 1 frozen banana.
Moringa Leaf Powder should be stored in air-tight containers protected from heat, humidity and light.