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The tea from a Miracle tree. Ancient Indian Ayurvedic tradition has mentioned numerous benefits of Moringa in sacred texts. It has been used to treat eyes, liver, hair, & detox body.
We are on a mission to provide best nutritious Moringa leaves to your cup.
We grow it naturally at our farm near the Gir region of Gujarat. We process it naturally and deliver it with love.
WHAT IS MORINGA?
मोरिंगा ओलीफेरा Moringa oleifera is a fast-growing, drought-resistant tree of the family Moringaceae, native to the Indian Subcontinent
It is widely cultivated for its young seeds pods and leaves used as vegetables and for traditional herbal Medicine. It is also used for water purification
Almost all parts of moringa are edible, with regional uses varying widely:
Immature seed pods, called "drumsticks"
Oil pressed from seeds
Nutritional Benefits of Moringa
Malnutrition relief by Moringa
Different Names of Moringa
Kannada - Nuggekai, Nuggekodu, Nugga egipa, Nugge, Noogay
Marathi - Sujna, Shevga, Shivga
Telegu - Tella-Munaga, Mulaga, Sajana
Kumao-Himalyan region - Sunara
Sanskrit - Sigru Shobhanjan, Sobhan jana, Shobanjana, Danshamula
Belize - Spanish - Maranga calalu
Brazil - Portuguese - Cedra
Costa Rica - Spanish - Marango, Marangon, Recedad
Cuba - Spanish - Palo de Tambor, Palo de Jeringa, Acacia
Dutch Antilles - Dutch - Ben boom
Guadeloupe - French - Ben-ailé, Moloko, Maloko
Fiji - Sajina
French - Bèn ailé, Benzolive, Moringa, Ben oléifère,
German -Behenbaum, Behenussbaum, Flügelsaniger Bennussbaum
Italian - Sàndalo ceruleo
Portuguese - Acácia branca, Cedra (Brazil), Marungo
Spanish - Árbol del ben, Ben, Morango, Moringa
Moringa trees have been used to combat malnutrition, especially among infants and nursing mothers. Since moringa thrives in arid and semiarid environments, it may provide a versatile, nutritious food source throughout the year. Moringa leaves have been proposed as an iron-rich food source (31% Daily Value per 100 g consumed, table) to combat iron deficiency. However, further study is needed to test practical applications of using this dietary source and its iron bioavailability.
Intake of Moringa
Supplementation with M. oleifera leaf extract is
safe at 1000 Mg/Kg of Body Weight.
How To Have
Moringa Loose Leaf Tea?
Add 100ml Warm Water at 195° F
in a Kettle
Add 1 gram Moringa Loose Leaf Tea and stir it for 3 Min
Filter it. Add Honey & lemon
Sip your Favorite tea