Product information Moringa powder
Application and operation
Due to the European legislation on health claims we are not allowed to make any statements about the application and functioning of this valuable herbal product. If you still want to receive information about this, please contact us.
Moringa oleifera is a concentrated multivitamin and mineral source and is suitable for general support. Moringa contains a high content of:
- Vitamin A, B complex, C, E.
- Zinc, copper, selenium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, manganese, magnesium, potassium and sulfur.
- Chlorophyll, carotene and many essential amino acids. (contains 18 of the 20 known amino acids)
- Omega-3, -6 and -9 acidify.
Moringa is a natural product, completely non-toxic, gluten-free, no side effects.
Dosage and use
The dried powder is very concentrated. The body needs to get used to it and therefore it is wise to build up the use of once a day no more than a pinch to a full teaspoon of powder after 2 or 3 weeks twice a day.
Put the powder in a glass and add a few drops of liquid while stirring. Only then add a little more moisture. Instead of water, you can also take fruit juice, vegetable juice or other drinks.
In combination with carrot juice or beet juice, for example, it is a real "boost". The powder can also be mixed very well with yogurt, cottage cheese, salad dressings or sauces. The combination with cottage cheese, linseed oil and safflower oil (1: 1: 1: 1) is favorable for completing the various omega fatty acids and improving the oxygen balance. Instead of safflower oil, sunflower oil may also be used.
Moringa can also be added to soup or other hot food. However, it is better not to cook moringa powder along with the food, as nutrients will be lost. However, you can stir the powder into the food just before serving. The powder has a soft taste.
Children; build up a level teaspoon twice a day.
For pets: Horses are very sensitive despite their weight; 1 tablespoon is more than enough. You may use the child's dosage for the dogs.
Moringa powder is a concentrated product with many active substances and can therefore, like other agents, cause a detoxification or herxheimer reaction. In case of hypersensitivity, Moringa can "fall heavily on the stomach" due to its concentration. Reducing the dosage is recommended in these cases.
Do not exceed the recommended maximum daily dose.
Composition and origin
Powder of the dried leaves of the moringa tree. Latin name Moringa oleifera. The leaves are dried in the shade so that no nutrients are lost.
Moringa is 100% organic and ecological and is grown in India without pesticides or insecticides. (The supplier is in the process of obtaining an EKO quality mark.)
Keep tightly closed at room temperature and out of the reach of children.
Moringa powder is not a medicine but a natural vegetable food supplement. A dietary supplement should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. This product information cannot replace the advice of a doctor or therapist. For all other questions consult your therapist or contact us.
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