Moringa Capsules are a pure concentrate of energy! Moringa capsules contain seven times the vitamin C found in oranges, four times the vitamin A found in carrots, four times the calcium found in milk, three times the iron found in almonds, three times the potassium found in bananas. These values are calculated comparing one pound of Moringa Capsules with one pound of oranges, carrots, milk, almonds and bananas.
That is just one of the many ways in which Moringa Capsules get you more with less. With a suggested serving size of 2 capsules, taken twice per day, one bottle of Moringa Capsules (containing 120 capsule) is enough for one person for one whole month. Also, our Moringa Capsules are priced well below the standard prices for super-foods.
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Our Moringa is grown sustainably in Africa, Asia and Central America. Growers are paid a fair-price, so they can support themselves and their families. The Moringa leaves they grow are then dried and sent in sealed containers to US, where they are processed, creating jobs in US.
Moringa: some background information
Moringa Oleifera, native to pristine Himalayas, is now cultivated in Africa, Asia and Central America. It is known under several names: in Puerto Rico, it is called Recedad. In the Philippines, Malungay. In India, Drumstick tree. It has another fifty or so names.
With the exception of the root, all parts of Moringa are valuable for well-being and culinary uses. Moringa seeds are used to purify water in Africa, its leaves to make salads, etc.
As you can see in the videos on the right side of the page, Moringa has been featured in several mainstream US media, including the Dr. Oz Show, Discovery Channel, Los Angeles Times, etc.