Moringa leaves can be used or consumedand fresh or dried and can be used in the same way as all kinds of vegetables such as:

Spinach, parsley, coriander, green onions, celelery etc…

It can be served cold in salads, cheeses, snacks, pastas etc…

Can be cooked in soups, omelets, casseroles, meat, fish  etc…

A daily dose of fresh Moringa leaves
1. Preventive care – a minimum of 5-10 grams and up to 20-25 grams per day
2. Treat diseases – a minimum of 20-25 grams and up to 100 grams per day

A daily dose of powdered Moringa Leaves
1 gram of leaf powder = 4-3 capsules (depending on the capsule size 0/00)
1 teaspoon = 3-4 grams of powdered leaves
1. Preventive care – a minimum of 1-2 grams and up to 4-5 grams per day
2. Treat diseases – a minimum of 4-5 grams and up to 20-25 grams per day

Dose of dry leaves
Short brewing and cooking
1. Preventive care – a minimum of 1-2 grams and up to 5-6 grams per day
2. Disease treatment – a minimum of 5-6 grams and up to 20-25 grams per day

You can use all parts of the plant, fresh or dried leaves, fruits, seeds, bark and roots. It is all edible with the only exception being the root bark, it is considered poisoness (its used to shield itself against harm). All parts of the plant have very high nutritional values. The world’s most common use is the powdered dry leaves because it is easier for marketing and storage and has a long shelf life.
Moringa is recommended for everyone. The healthy and the sick, children, adults, the elderly, women and men. Moringa nourishes and balances all systems of the body.

It is an excellent choice for those having difficulty losing weight or maintaing a healty weight.

Vegetarians and Vegans are the perfect crowd because the leaves and powdered seeds contain a high amount of protein, vitamins and all essential amino acids the body needs, lowering blood sugar, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, strengthening the immune system and more.

1. Aids to pain relief, inflammation, headaches, migraines, various types of infections (both internal and external), severe laryngitis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and many more complications. In countries that grow Moringa, it is considered to be effective in providing palliative care for patients with serious diseases such as prostate cancer and HIV-AIDS.

2. Supports the regulation of digestion and improves the digestive system – Moringa nutritional supplements help proper digestion, exterminating parasites and intestinal worms, and also has a positive effect on healthy weight loss. Moringa has 10 times more beta-carotene than spinach, and provide improved oxygen uptake of the blood by increasing hemoglobin. When increased, oxygen supply to the brain affects the body’s metabolic activity and improves the body’s digestive rate.

3. Rids the body of toxins and heavy metals – Moringa nutritional supplements improve the functioning of the circulatory system and helps during radiation and chemotherapy.

4. Treatment and relief from skin problems – Moringa nutritional supplements are useful for treating skin fungi and bacterial skin infections and psoriasis.

5. Improving the functioning of various body systems – Moringa nutritional supplements supports the normal functioning of the liver and kidneys and improves heart function.

6. Assists those who suffer from respiratory problems such as asthma.

7.Balancing cholesterol – lowering cholesterol and blood lipids.

8. Enhancing milk production and supports health of lactating women – there are three main reasons why the use of Moringa supplements are popular among breastfeeding women:

A. Contribution to increasing the production of milk.

B. Breastfeeding women who consume Moringa supplements regularly have a better nutritional profile and the milk they deliver to their baby becomes richer and is more nutritious. This organic supplement also increases the amount of milk and improves quality.

C. Moringa supplements are rich in nutrients that nursing mothers especially require and it also gives them an energy boost. This is because Moringa has so much vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates and carotenoids.

9. Slows the aging process and treats osteoporosis phenomenon – Moringa nutritional supplements are rich in the calcium needed for the skin and body and helps maintain healthy bones.

10. Assist the eyes and the brain – Moringa nutritional supplements help maintain good vision by supplying a sufficient amount of vitamin A to the body. Conditions of Vitamin A deficiency negetively effect vision. Moringa contains 4 times more vitamin A than carrots, it reinforces vision.

11. More energy and stamina – Moringa nutritional supplements strengthen the immune system, giving a feeling of energy and vitality. It reduces anxiety and helps the body sleep better. Moringa contributes to the overall feeling of better health.

If you have health problems and you are looking for a natural cure solution, Moringa will provide you with relief from symptoms that you are experiencing. You get less pain and more relaxation.
Varying degrees of severe pain
Acute or chronic inflammation
Eye and ear infections
Various skin conditions
Gastrointestinal tract infections
Respiratory tract infections
Dysfunctioning thyroid gland
Kidney stones
Urinary tract infections
Loss of appetite
High blood pressure
Iron deficiency
High cholesterol
Lack of vitamin C
Sicknesses from chemotherapy and radiation treatments
Physical and emotional exhaustion
Weak immune system
Lack of vitamins and minerals
Body temperature issues
Diabetes, low blood sugar
Women whom suffer from– menstaul cramps, postmenopausal discomforts, improper lactation
Low appetite in children
Thyroid problems – Moringa supplement aids in lowering the level of TSH thyroid
Nutritional values per 100 grams
Moisture 9.9% **
Calories 329
Protein (g) 29.4 **
Fat (g) 5.2
Chlorophyll (g) 4.3 **
Carbohydrate (g) 41.2
Fiber (g) 19.2
Calcium- Ca (mg) 2000 **
Sodium- NA (mg) 103
Magnesium- Mg (mg) 368
Phosphorus- P (mg) 204
Potassium- K (mg) 1324
Copper- Cu (mg) 0.57
Iron- Fe (mg) 25 **
Sulfer- S (mg) 870
Oxalic acid (mg) 1.60
Vitamin A – B carotene (mg) 16.3
Vitamin B I -thiamin (mg) 0.71 **
Vitamin B2 -riboflavin (mg) 1.7 **
Vitamin B3 -nicotinic acid (mg) 8.2
Vitamin C -ascorbic acid (mg) 2**
Vitamin E -tocopherol acetate (mg) 448 **
Arginine (g / I 6g N) 1.33%
Histidine (g / 16g N) 0.61%
Lysine (6g n gl i) 1.32%
Tryptophan. (G / I 6g N) 0.43%
Phenylanaline (g / 16g N) 1.39%
Methionine (g / I 6g N) 0.35%
Threonine (g / I 6g N) 1.19%
Leucine (g / I 6g N) 1.95%
lsoleucine (g / 16g N) 0.83%
Valine (g / I 6g N) 1.06%