Moringa powder


Every part of the Moringa plant is edible. Moringa oleifera leaves, seeds, bark, roots, sap and flowers are widely used in traditional medicine and the leaves and immature seed pods are used as food products. The most used part of the plant is the edible leaves and the powder made from them which DAHfood provide and export this wonderful organic powder to all over the world.

Uses of moringa powder

1)As spices: 

Moringa powder can be used as a spice  to protect tissue (liver, kidneys, heart, and lungs), and to reduce pain. Antioxidants help protect cells against free radicals, which are produced by digesting food, smoking, and exposure to radiation. Antioxidants from plant-based sources such as moringa powder are considered best.
You can add them on your food, dessert and …

2)In your shakes and smoothies:

Add one spoon od DAH moringa powder in your smoothie everyday!!

Caffeine-free , Super energy!!

Our premium Moringa leaf powder is used in making drinks by beverages industry, food industry repack it in retail to sell it on e-commerce and offline stores so that consumers add it in smoothies, sprinkle it over salad, mix it in hot water to drink in the form of tea or can be made in the form of  delicious latte. 
If you’re looking for an energy boost  that is caffeine-free, you might want to consider moringa in your morning routine. “It’s rich in vitamins and minerals, especially iron and vitamins C and D, nutrients involved in energy-yielding metabolism,” Jones says. Moringa also contains B vitamins which helps sustain long-term energy and supports healthy metabolic processes. And the great news is you won’t be left with energy crashes, jitters or anxious feelings, which are common side effects of caffeinated beverages.

3)moringa capsules:
In India, Ayurvedic medicine contemplated the use of moringa for cure, prevention and treating “more than 300 diseases' ', as mentioned in a research paper published  in 2013. In spite of the deep roots of the moringa used in many remedies and medical treatments in different nations, not all is documented in the scientific literature as noticed by researchers. In a study conducted in 2014 to discover the benefits of Moringa Oleifera in 2014, it was found that the moringa has numerous amino acids and fatty acids, as well as vitamins and nutrients called glucosinolates, as well as phenolics (flavonoids anthocyanins and proanthocyanidins  as well as cinnamates).

Some benefits of having moringa capsules:
●    Cholesterol
●    Arthritis
●    High blood pressure
●    Liver damage caused by medicines
●    Stomach ulcers
●    Asthma
●    Wound healing
●    Ulcerative colitis
●    Diarrhea
●    Anemia
●    Weight Loss

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