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WHAT IS MORINGA?
Moringa is one of the most nutritious plants in the world, rich in nutrients like calcium, iron, vitamins and all the amino acids we need. The moringa oleifera tree is known as the "miracle tree" or "tree of life" due to the innumerable benefits it provides.
This plant's treasures are undoubtedly contained mainly in its leaves. The leaves are harvested, dried and ground into a very fine powder that is bright green in colour. The large quantities of minerals, vitamins, amino acids and antioxidants contained in moringa make it an incredible source of nourishment.
THE ORIGIN OF MORINGA
The moringa oleifera plant grows mainly in the Tropics, the area surrounding the Equator. Its natural distribution area extends from India to the Arabian Peninsula and East Africa via Madagascar and Southwest Africa. It originates from the Himalayan regions of Northwest India. The moringa oleifera plant grows in a wide variety of soils and is highly resistant to drought.
The ideal environment for growing the plant is warm and sunny with no wind and an altitude of less than 500m. It fares best in sandy or muddy soil with good drainage. The moringa oleifera tree grows extremely quickly and generally reaches a height of between 4 and 7 metres, though it can reach up to 10 metres in deep, fertile soil. The moringa plant is entirely edible. This includes its leaves, fruits and seeds, the latter of which provide the oil.
WHAT ARE ITS HEALTH BENEFITS?
It contains high levels of essential fatty acids such as omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9. It is rich in antioxidants and contains all the essential amino acids that the human body needs. It contains zeatin, salvestrol and chlorophyll, which provide a range of health benefits, and is also rich in minerals and vitamins such as calcium, potassium, iron and vitamins A, E and C.
TASTE AND TEXTURE.
The best moringa oleifera comes from organic farming. Moringa is sold as an impalpable bright green powder that is neither too light nor too dark: this would be a sign of dampness. The powder must be very fine and contain no stems or veins.
It has a fairly strong aroma similar to hay, like a freshly mowed lawn. Its fundamental characteristic is that it dissolves in water; good-quality moringa must fully dissolve in water without leaving any sediment.
HOW DO I TAKE MORINGA?
Organic moringa powder is considered the best way to integrate this precious source of sustenance into your diet. It is rich in health benefits thanks to its vitamins, antioxidants, amino acids and minerals including calcium, potassium and iron. Moringa leaf powder can be added to your savoury dishes such as roast vegetables and potatoes, but it also makes a great addition to smoothies and biscuits.
RECIPES WITH MORINGA
in yoghurt or milk
on vegetables or salads - on savoury dishes such as roasts or potatoes
as an ingredient in homemade desserts
in infusions and teas
in smoothies or fruit extracts
when making biscuits
THE BENEFITS OF MORINGA FOR YOUR SKIN AND HAIR
It is well-known that what we eat can greatly affect the health of our skin and hair. Since moringa is rich in antioxidants of vitamins A, C and E, it helps combat the harmful effects of free radicals, preventing ageing by reducing wrinkles and signs of ageing and increasing your skin's moisture levels and elasticity. It has an anti-inflammatory effect which can help to combat erythema, redness and sunburn.
Moringa also keeps your hair healthy: the iron oxygenates your scalp, the zinc stimulates hair growth, and the omega-3 and omega-6 nourish your hair while the amino acids are essential to ensure it stays healthy.
It contains vitamins C and E, which can help to prevent oxidative stress that weakens your hair. Moringa is an excellent base ingredient for a face beauty cream or a nourishing hair mask to bring out your best side!
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MORINGA CAPSULES AND MORINGA POWDER?
Nothing at all.
The process of producing moringa powder begins with the harvesting of the leaves from the tree. They are then delicately dried at low temperatures. After the leaves have been dried, they are ground into a fine and impalpable bright green powder and then packaged. The difference between the powder and the capsules is the additional step of filling cellulose capsules with the moringa powder.
The only difference, therefore, is in the way they are taken and the dosage; the capsules are more convenient to take as a supplement, while the powder is more practical for use in the kitchen when preparing recipes.
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