Moringa’s History


The historical past of Moringa goes back to 150 B.C. Historical proof reveals that ancient queens and kings used Moringa leaves and fruit in their diet to keep up mental alertness and healthy skin.

Ancient Maurian warriors of India were fed with Moringa Leaf Extract at the war front. The Moringa was thought to add them extra energy and relieve them of the stress and pain incurred during war. These brave soldiers were those who defeated “Alexander the Great”. Inspired by the news of this Moringa, 3 young professionals started analyzing the nutritional benefits of the Moringa Tree. As research deepened they were astounded by the huge amount of nutritional contents these small leaves and fruits bore.

They desperately wanted to pass these amazing benefits to the world. More than 40 basic nutrients should be found in our daily food intake. The most important thing about the nutrients is that they should be from a natural source, only then our bodies will absorb the nutrients. The vitamin and calcium supplements, which we take, are not fully absorbed by the body; this is due to the fact the human body can differentiate between the natural nutrients and the synthetic ones. Therefore, when synthetic vitamins and minerals are taken separately, they are not as good as an organic supplement that contains the right levels of both. To put it differently, the human body will reap the benefit only when the Vitamins, minerals, amino acids and the other nutrients are consumed together. Moringa, with 90+ nutrients, is the best source available to nourish the body with the essential nutrients.

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