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A leafy green whole food that’s low in calories and carbs and higher in protein than kale and spinach.

Moringa Oleifera has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine and in regions where food is scarce. Gram per gram, Moringa Leaf powder contains more protein than yogurt, more iron than spinach, more vitamin A than carrots, and more potassium than bananas.

The Miracle Tree

With a whopping 46 antioxidants, omega-3 essential fatty acids, protective phytochemicals, and all 9 essential amino acids the body needs, Moringa is called the “miracle tree” for its extraordinary nutrition.

In India and Southeast Asia, Moringa leaves are added to stews and daals or chopped up and used as garnish in salads. Its subtle earthy flavor and texture are described as a cross between asparagus and string beans; some say arugula and wasabe.

Moringa grows in subtropical climates, like West Africa, India and South America, and is increasingly being used in some of the world’s poorest nations to treat malnutrition. Because it grows super-fast, its leaves can be harvested in six to eight weeks and grow back in about the same time — making it super-abundant.

Whole Tree Purpose

• Its leaves, pods and flowers can be eaten directly off the tree, brewed for tea, pressed into juice, or dehydrated and ground into powder. 

• Its seeds can also be eaten fresh or roasted, pressed into oil for skin protection, cooking, and potentially, biofuel, and the discarded shells, for water purification. 

• Its roots are believed to possess contraceptive properties. 

• Its branches and bark can be turned into rope. 

The opportunities to spread Moringa’s well-being are endless. Learn how me moringa FOR LIFE™ is helping people feel well around the world.

Meet Moringa

Moringa comes in a variety of forms from powders to pills to teas and more. It’s naturally low in sodium, cholesterol and carbohydrates, and high in fiber and vegan protein. As well, it’s naturally free from gluten, dairy, soy, nuts and other common food allergens.