What is AppiPure Moringa Oleifera?
Our Moringa Oleifera is 100% pure Organic Moringa Oleifera Leaf offering 500mg per capsule with no added fillers.
The Moringa tree is a native plant to northern India but also grows in South American and Africa. To the locals, Moringa is known as the drumstick tree, the ben oil tree, the horseradish tree or the most popular is the ‘Miracle Tree’!
Moringa has been used for centuries in these countries as traditional medicine due to its medicinal properties and many health benefits.
Nutrients & Functions?
The ingredients used have been certified organic by the Soil Association, meaning no toxic pesticides or fertilisers have been used resulting in a “clean” product. Being organic also helps the mushrooms to maintain their bio-availability and keeps them nutrient-dense, as some nutrients can be lost when non-organic ingredients are used.
Moringa strengthens bones, hair, skin, and nails. It boosts immunity and supports the body’s own natural defence systems.
Moringa naturally contains a variety of vitamins such as vitamin A, vitamin B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), and B-6 (folate). Moringa also naturally contains a variety of minerals such as calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, and zinc.
Due to Moringa’s anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antiviral, and antidepressant properties, its history suggest it could ‘prevent or treat’ stomach ulcers, liver disease, kidney damage, fungal or yeast infections (such as candida), digestive complaints, and other infections.
Moringa has few known side effects, but people taking medications should consult a doctor as it may possess anti-fertility properties, it is therefore not recommended for pregnant women.
Moringa Oleifera Rich Foods?
All parts of the moringa tree – bark, pods, leaves, nuts, seeds, tubers, roots, and flowers contain a plethora of nutrients and are edible. The leaves are used fresh or dried and can be ground into a powder, the leaves are best used in salads or any vegetable dish.
The seed pods should be picked while green and can be eaten fresh or cooked. Moringa seed oil is sweet, non-sticking, non-drying, and resists rancidity, while the cake from the seed is used to purify drinking water. The seeds should also be eaten green, but can be roasted, powdered, and steeped for tea or used in curries.