Moringa has been known for its healing qualities around the world for centuries, but its awareness in the West, specifically in the United States has been ignited in just the past few years. Moringa's myriad of benefits include fighting malnutrition, supporting immune systems, clarifying water, and acting as a natural antibiotic. A feature on the Dr. Oz show promoted moringa into the spotlight in the mainstream media. See the video below for more information. As passionate advocates for Moringa, we are commited to promoting awareness for what Science Daily has called the "World's Most Useful Tree" and what many others are calling "The Miracle Tree".
"Rich in vitamins, potassium and calcium, Haiti is promoting the moringa tree to address the country's chronic malnutrition."
"The leaves of the moringa oleifera tree, native to the Himalayan mountains in northwestern India, are extremely nutrient-dense. They contain 3 times more iron than spinach and are loaded with tons of other vitamins including vitamin C, vitamin A, calcium and potassium, as well as powerful antioxidants."
“A natural substance obtained from seeds of the 'miracle tree' could purify and clarify water inexpensively and sustainably in the developing world…”
“Doctors throughout the world are recommending the iron-rich plant for patients suffering from anemia and investigating its benefits for nursing mothers.”
“Malunggay scientifically named Moringa oleifera is considered as one of the world's most useful and nutritious plants propagated for human food, livestock, medicine, dye and water treatment.”
“According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, just 25 grams of moringa leaf powder supplies a person with their entire day’s calcium and vitamin A needs, half the day’s protein and potassium needs and about three-quarters of the day’s iron needs.”
"It seems like every other day you hear about a brand new superfood - but once in a while, you find one that really IS worth the hype. Step forward moringa, the green superleaf powder from the Moringa tree, known as the "Miracle Tree" in Africa.