Moringa: the pure natural multivitamin

The Moringa tree has been known all over the world for hundreds of years for its healing properties, under various names such as: Kenor, Kalor, Pepperroot Tree, Horseradish Tree, Behen Tree, Sigru, Malunggay. It is found in Africa but also in Europe and Asia. The botanical name is: ‘Moringa Oleifera’. All parts of the tree can be used. Such as: the leaves, pods, seeds and oil (from the seeds), the wood and the bark.

What is Moringa?

Moringa capsules or powder is the powder of dried leaves of the Moringa tree and can be used as a natural multivitamin. A multivitamin, but on a purely natural basis. No processing or addition of additives, only Moringa. The excipients are also not necessary because Moringa itself is packed with nutrients. Something that has been known for hundreds of years and has now been researched and recognized.

Why a supplement like Moringa?

Not everyone is aware of it, but many people have a chronic deficiency of essential vitamins and minerals, resulting in lower resistance to the development of all kinds of diseases and conditions. There could be several reasons for this:

First: Bad dietary habits

Bad nutritional habits often arise because people are so busy these days and have little or no time and/or inclination to prepare freshly prepared meals and therefore limit themselves to quick ready-made products.

Second: Processing and refining of products

All refined foods such as white rice, white pasta, refined oils, ready-made meals, cookies, snacks, white sugar, white bread, etc. lack many important nutrients such as vitamins and minerals due to processing. However, these nutrients are needed to process the food in the body. The solution that the body then chooses is to extract these required enzymes, minerals, vitamins and proteins from the stock already present in the body, thus causing deficiencies.

Third: Fruit and vegetables nowadays contain much fewer vitamins and nutrients

Compared to, for example, 30 years ago, there are now far fewer nutrients in fresh vegetables and fruit. This is the result of an increasingly deteriorating environment and impoverishment of the soil due to the use of pesticides and fertilizers. Another cause is the increasing number of processed food products in supermarkets that, although easy and quick to prepare, contain few healthy nutrients. However, these products do contain added E numbers, some of which actually undermine health. To
make a long story short. Additional supplementation in the form of vitamin supplements is becoming increasingly necessary and is certainly not only necessary for people who suffer from a vitamin deficiency due to illness or a lack of healthy nutrition.

Natural products are always preferable

A natural remedy such as Moringa is certainly preferable to the countless manufactured supplements that are for sale in the store because the body absorbs a natural substance much easier and faster than a foreign substance. In fact, even though you take 1 or 2 capsules of a vitamin or mineral, most of it ends up in the toilet bowl. This is not always only because the vitamin substance itself is bad, but also because many vitamins are better absorbed by the body in combination with other enzymes, vitamins, minerals and/or trace elements. The substances found in Moringa powder are a naturally perfect combination. Logically, of course, because in nature everything is just perfect as it should be.

The healthy benefits of Moringa:

  • It is a 100% natural product
  • Stimulates health and provides energy
  • Increase endurance
  • Increases resistance
  • Stimulates metabolism
  • Reduces fat absorption but stimulates muscle building
  • Helps with muscle recovery after exercise
  • Promotes the functioning of the liver and kidneys
  • Is good for skin, hair, bones, teeth and nails
  • Regulates blood sugar levels
  • Regulates hormone balance
  • Helps to vitalize and preserve memory
  • Is good for the milk quality and production of breastfeeding women
  • Has a relaxing effect and helps with a good night’s sleep
  • Contributes to good eyesight
  • Reduces rheumatic pains and arthritis
  • Also used to support Lyme therapy


Moringa contains the following nutrients:

  • Vitamins A, C, E and Vitamin Complex
  • Chlorophyll, amino acids (90% of the 20 types required), carotene
  • Antioxidants
  • Omega 3,6 and 9
  • Minerals such as: sulphur, zinc, copper, calcium, selenium, phosphorus, manganese, magnesium and potassium


Freshly picked leaves or dried?

There is a difference in the amount of nutrients between freshly picked and dried leaves of Moringa. In any case, the amount of nutrients is a lot higher compared to other vegetables and/or fruit. See the following overview.



3x more iron than in spinach

25x more iron than in spinach

7x more vitamin C than in oranges

0.75 more vitamin C than in oranges

3x more potassium than in bananas

15x more potassium than in bananas

As much protein as in eggs

4x more proteins than in eggs

4x more vitamin A than in carrots

10x more vitamin A than in carrots

4x more calcium than in milk

17x more calcium than in milk


In addition to being a food source, the Moringa tree has other uses:

  • Leaves: Leaves can be eaten straight. The juice of moringa leaves can be used as fertilizer for many crops. The harvest will be much better. Tea can be made from it. The leaves are used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine as a medicine against eye diseases and iron deficiencies. Western doctors working in developing countries also apply this.
  • Seeds: The seeds can be used in purifying water as it reduces harmful bacteria in water.
  • Oil: The seeds can be used to make oil that is good for the skin (used in cosmetic products), lubricating oil, lamp oil, but also as a salad dressing. At the moment, they are even considering whether the oil from the seeds can be used as biodiesel.
  • Wood: Paper can be made from the wood of the Moringa.
  • Bark: Even the bark is usable. It is made into rope.


Moringa as a solution for developing countries?

This is currently being seriously considered, and that is not surprising, because when you know that by planting seeds a tree of 3 meters can grow within 1 year (in total it can reach a height of 12 meters) and that the seeds can purify water from bacteria, then it should not be too difficult to ensure that as much seed as possible is supplied to developing countries.

Do you have a Moringa tree in your garden?

That is also possible. As mentioned, you can order seeds or small plants. It’s easy to search online. The tree does not need much, has a strong vigor and even thrives on poor and dry soil. Well, if that isn’t a miracle tree

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