|Minimum Order Quantity||250 Kg|
|Packaging Size||Bulk bag|
|Organic||Organic and conventional both available|
|Shelf Life||6 Mohths|
|Is It Dried||Dried|
The Moringa leaves have calcium, protein, iron, and amino acids, which help your body heal and build muscle. It''s also packed with antioxidants, substances that can protect cells from damage and may boost your immune system.
Diabetes: Several early studies show that insulin-like proteins found in moringa may help lower blood sugar. Plant chemicals found in the leaves might help the body process sugar better, and it may affect how the body releases insulin.
Cancer: In lab tests, leaf extracts slowed the growth of pancreatic cancer cells and helped chemotherapy work better.
Memory: Some experts think the antioxidants and other health-promoting plant chemicals may heal stress and inflammation in the brain.
Good for the Stomach
Moringa leaves are beneficial against digestive disorders. Those who suffer from constipation, bloating, gas, gastritis and ulcerative colitis should add Moringa leaves to their diet.
The leaves have antibiotic and antimicrobial properties which make them an ideal remedy against digestive disorders. Even the high amount of B vitamins in the leaves helps in improving digestion.
In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, moringa leaves were used to increase lactation in nursing mothers. Since they are a rich source of protein, important vitamins, and essential nutrients, consuming moringa leaves is very good for the health of the mother and the baby.
Helps in Weight Management
Moringa leaves increase fat burning in the body. They slim down the person without depleting energy reserves. This keeps the person feeling buoyant and nourished. They reduce cravings for food and boost metabolism. They also lower cholesterol.
Good for Skin and Hair
moringa leaves improve the health and appearance of skin and hair. They add suppleness to the skin and shine to the hair. The antioxidants present in moringa leaves reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the skin. The leaves also strengthen the hair follicles. They are also good for acne-prone skin. They improve the skin tone and add a glow due to their purifying nature and therapeutic properties.
|Minimum Order Quantity||5 Kg|
|Packaging Size||1 kg and 25kg packing|
|Usage/Application||Medicinal, Edible, and cosmetic|
|Shelf life||3 Month|
|Packaging Type||Both Retail and bulk packing, Bag|
Proximate profiles of Moringa fresh leaves, dry leaves, and leaf powder.
Nutrients (g/100 g ) plant materials
Fresh leaves Dry leaf powder
Protein (g) 6.729. 427.1
Fats (g) 1.75. 22.3
Fiber (g) 0.912. 519.2
Reference: International journal of food science from NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE
Moringa Leaf Powder is rich in nutrients. Moringa leaves are carefully grind and processed, leaving a completely vegetarian, power packed and pure supplement .
Pregnant women showed higher milk production after consuming Moringa leaves on their diet and the children showed significant weight gain.6 The aim of the study is to examine the effects of moringa oleifera leaf extract on increased Hb level, UAC and BW of post-disaster pregnant women in the area.
How to use moringa powder :
* Add to your morning smoothie.
* Sprinkle in hummus.
* Add to guacamole or your favorite dip.
* Add to soups and salads.
* Stir into a pasta sauce or pesto.
* Bake into cookies and cakes.
Make tea by adding the leaves to hot water, steep and add your favorite sweetener.