Moringa Capsules 500mg (Strong & Effective, Natures Multi-Vitamin)
Highest quality CLEAN Moringa capsules 500mg a capsule, up to 3 daily bringing a total of 3,000 mg of Moringa, we use our infamous PROVEN certified organic moringa powder in these capsules, we manufacture our capsules on our own machines, we do not use any fillers or flowing agents in these capsules, they are 100% CLEAN and SAFE and suitable for vegans.
How to use: We suggest taking 4 - 6 capsules daily with water (we recommend starting with 2 capsules daily and work way up to 6 capsules over the course of 2 weeks)
Moringa capsules are sourced from the Moringa oleifera (MO) plant. They contain a range of nutrients and bioactive constituents and each of these contribute differently to the plethora of uses in the human body. Different parts of the plant are used in coming up with the capsules: pods, seeds, flowers, fruits and roots. However, the most useful part of the Moringa plant is the leaf. Some of the most profound constituents of the capsules include proteins, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Some people refer to the plant, which is native to India, as the “miracle tree” or “drumstick tree”. This is because of the endless benefits that are reaped from using the products of the Moringa plant.
Fresh leaves sourced from the plant are rich in vitamins. Vitamin A present in the leaves plays a crucial role in enhancing vision and eyesight, reproductive health and immunity. Beta-carotene is a type of Vitamin A compound. The concentrations of Vitamin A are higher than those found in carrots. The moringa plant also contains Vitamin C in higher concentrations than those found in oranges. The leaves also contain Vitamin E, in concentrations similar to those in nuts. The latter plays a major role in controlling the division and differentiation of the cells in the body. The leaves used to produce Moringa capsules also contain vitamins B and D. Some of the minerals contained in the Moringa capsules include iron, potassium, magnesium, copper and calcium. Also, unknown to many, the plant contains the vitals nutrients in higher concentrations than most conventional foods. Interestingly, for the same unit, Moringa contains more calcium than milk, more iron than spinach, more protein than youghurt and more potassium than bananas.
Moringa contains various antioxidants which protect the body from substances which could eventually cause harm: free radicals, pollutants and toxins. Some of these phytochemicals include sterols, flavonoids, tannins, saponins, terpenoids, alkaloids, carotenoids, anthraquinones and phenolics. Moringa seeds, also used in coming up with the capsules, contain a high proportion of sweet oil as well as fatty acids which have low cholesterol levels. The pods from the plant are quite fibrous and this comes in handy as it ensures smooth digestion.
The Moringa plant has the ability to do well in both arid and semi-arid climates, with relatively high temperatures and minimal rainfall. The Moringa tree can therefore survive both warm and cold conditions thus making it easily cultivatable. However, the temperatures should not exceed 35°c since this could denature the proteins which are quite high in proportion. Moringa is quite robust and it is easily processed and preserved without losing its nutritive value.
Moringa is used to augment breast milk in mothers who are still breastfeeding. Lactogogues, which are prescribed for mums who cannot produce enough breast milk, contain moringa. Moringa contains a couple of phytochemicals which have the effect of increasing the secretion of estrogen hormone and therefore more production of more breast milk by lactating mothers. Moringa also has the effect of nourishing human skin and hair. Due to its antioxidant properties, it has the effect of keeping off elements which hare bound to harm the health of the skin and hair. Also, minerals present in Moringa e.g. phosphorus and calcium contribute to health and dense bones.