An energy boosting morning tea option, a way to get those important nutrients for your fitness diets and a quick fix for those lethargic days, may it be the young or the old.
Moringa – now considered a superfood across the world is a native Indian plant we’ve been consuming from ancient times. In the barrage of International medicines and supplement options we forgot about this miraculous plant of ours as something ordinary.
Let’s get it back to it’s glory, let’s respect local foods. This plant not only helps the human body but helps the soil and the farmers who have been growing it for millennia.
According to Ayurveda and western medicine, Moringa is considered to be
High is Iron (9X more Iron than Spinach
High in Protein
High in Calcium (14X more calcium than milk)
High in Fibre (4X more Fibre than Oats)
The taste of the Moringa leaf powder is not for the light hearted, but if cooked well by using our culinary skills or just by adding a few other herbs and spices it can be a lovely addition to our diets.
We're in the process of creating a lovely tasting South Indian style Moringa Podi chutney (multipurpose powder) and a Moringa soup powder.
Ingredients: Shade-dried Moringa leaf powder
Best before 12 months from date of manufacturing
Precaution–Excess usage of moringa can cause heat within the boy, though limited use can enhance a lot of useful nutrients it contains