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Fresh Moringa Powder

MORINGA, SUPER GREEN FRESH LEAVES POWDER

Moringa oleifera is widely considered as one of the most powerful plant on earth. Among them ME® is known to get the best super fresh green powder, due to the fabrication process quality. Nearly entirely edible, from roots to leaves, from seeds to flowers, moringa, also called “the Miracle Tree”, is the sovereign of botanical kingdom. It is a complete superfood, high in vitamins, minerals, proteins, trace elements and other micronutrients. This incomparable nutritional richness, which offers countless virtues, was already known thousands of years ago by the ancient civilizations. At ME®, thanks to a heavenly unique location and meticulous care, we produce the best quality of organic moringa worldwide.

MILLENNIAL TREASURE

Moringa powder is more than latest trend. The legend of moringa starts around 5,000 years ago, in the Himalayas. At the time, it was already referenced in the Indian Ayurvedic tradition as a medicinal herb that can cure or prevent more than 300 diseases.
From India, moringa spread to Pharaonic Egypt, then to the Greek and Roman empires where it was prized as a remedy as well as a cosmetic. Indeed, moringa oil (ben oil), extracted from seeds, was used in the formulation of skin care and fragrant ointments.
Over time, many people of the tropics, especially in Asia and Africa, have planted and consumed moringa, including its pods and leaves in their culinary traditions. If we dig even deeper, we find out that moringa seeds have also been used to purify water for a long time.
Such a longetivity, through ages, is exceptional. Nowadays, modern science still praises the incredible cosmetic, health and nutritional potential of moringa. Which confirms it as a gift of nature and a jewel of biodiversity to preserve for our future.

Dried Moringa Leaves

HEALTH ENHANCER

Moringa is not only green nice powder, today, the whole medical sector as well as big institutions, like World Health Organisation or the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, recommend the consumption of moringa. Nothing very surprising since this miracle plant gathers more than 90 nutrients, amongst which: 46 antioxidants, 13 vitamins, 10 minerals, a large amount of fatty acids (omegas 3 and 6) and – incredible for a vegetal – all the 8 essential amino acids. With such an impressive list, the spectrum of moringa’s action is spectacular, surpassing that of all other botanical ingredients. Just with vitamin C (7 times more than oranges) and the zinc that it contains, moringa already helps the antibody formation and wound healing. Add to this other nutrients like: vitamin A (4 times more than carrots) that regulates the body defense mechanism, vitamin E that help the immune system to fight the infectious… You then get one of the most effective natural remedies against ailments that we usually complain about: flu (or any other virus infection), digestion disorders … Moreover, moringa is rich with iron (3 times more than spinach), selenium, calcium (4 times more than dairy milk), proteins (2 times more than yoghurt), sterols and zinc, all of which are necessary for muscle relaxation and dilation of blood vessels. Thus, moringa is a proven hypotensive agent and mood stabilizer. As for its numerous flavonoids, they slow down the assimilation of glucose by the blood; which is important for diabetics. Besides health benefits, moringa is also a valuable weapon against undernutrition and food insecurity. Because it’s easy to grow, even in places where food is scarce. And more importantly, a daily intake of 5g to 10g (the equivalent of 2 to 4 teaspoons) of moringa leaves powder is enough to bring an adult all the nutrients he or she needs. Enough to compensate for any deficiencies and to keep a healthy diet.

See various scientific publications on Moringa benefits:

BEAUTY PARTNER

Fresh green powder is the beauty of inside and outside. Nutrition plays a major role in maintaining skin and hair condition. Nutritional imbalance, particularly in terms of vitamins, minerals and trace elements, can change the structural integrity of skin and hair scalp. This leads to problems with the cutaneous lipidic barrier like dandruff, itching, acne, or psoriasis… Not to forget that when the skin’s protection from external aggressions reduces, its aging speeds up.
This is where moringa comes in with its natural nutri-cosmetic and anti-aging properties that dramatically preserve and restore everyone’s beauty capital. When cold-pressed, the oil from moringa seeds, in particular, is one of the most effective multitasking moisturizers for all hair and skin types, according to beauty experts.
Let’s start with its antioxidants which are well suited for a radiant and healthy skin. Another argument is its sulfur concentration, a key ingredient in the formation of collagen and keratin, two precious proteins for the skin, hair and nails. Plus, moringa contains a thousand times more zeatin than any other plant; this natural neurotransmitter activates cell renewal, acting as a real youth source.
Goodbye wrinkles, dull hair and brittle nails! Moringa can truly make you prettier and younger. A unique power with which no other cosmetics can’t compete.

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me MORINGA, THE MASTER PIECE

Located on the majestic Kenyan South Coast, along the Indian Ocean, ME Moringa For Life® makes the best out of this wondrous environment. Grown in an extremely favorable climate, on a fertile soil without pesticide residues, and far from urban pollution, our moringa is Super Natural and Super Green. Top of it, our organic cultivation methods and demanding manufacturing process guarantee products of very Superior Quality. 
The fresh leaves, which are our raw material, are first hand-harvested, carefully selected, washed in purified and sterilized water, then processed under strict hygiene standards (not more than 18 hours between harvesting and processing), before being dried at less than 38°C so as not to alter the active agents that they contain. When a harvest is not high enough to meet our quality criteria, we simply keep it for our homemade compost.
Finally, prior to the marketing of our products, we test them in our own state-of-the-art analytical laboratory in order to verify their compliance with the GFSI norms of quality and safety.

Provides the body with isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, valine and arginine.

Calcium, chloride, chromium, copper, fluorine, iron, magnesium, manganese, molybdenum, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, sodium, sulfur, zinc.

In addition, ME Moringa provides the body with alanine, aspartic acid, cystine, glutamine, glycine, histidine, proline, serine and tyrosine.

Vitamin A (alpha and beta-carotene), B, B1, B2, 83, 35, B6, 812, C, D, E, K, folate (folic acid), biotin and more.

Chlorophyll, carotenoids, cytokinins, flavonoids, omega (3, 6, 9) oils, plant sterols, polyphenols, lutein, zanthins, rutin and more.

  • VITAMINS

It’s good for your eyes, your immune system and the health of your teeth and skin

It helps maintain a healthy nervous system, and it can improve cardiovascular function and the body’s ability to cope with stress.

It plays a key role energy production and as such, is a very important nutrient in your diet. In addition, it can also contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

It contributes to the proper functioning of the nervous system, normal psychological function and radiant, healthy skin.

It helps to strengthen blood vessels, increase skin elasticity, improve antioxidant function and supports iron absorption.

It can play an important role in protecting your cells against oxidative stress.

It helps in blood clotting and building strong bones, and is a crucial part of other bodily processes.

  • MINERALS

The body needs calcium to build strong bones and teeth. This important mineral also plays a role in neurotransmission and muscle function, including the heart.

Sodium plays a variety of important roles in the body, including helping to maintain healthy fluid balance and contributing to proper muscle contraction and nerve impulse conduction.

Potassium plays a key role in regulating the electrical activity of the heart, making it vital to maintaining normal heart rhythm. Your body also needs this mineral to build proteins, break down and utilise carbohydrates, maintain proper blood pH and support normal growth.

Magnesium is necessary for the proper functioning of over 300 biochemical processes in the body. As a relaxing ion, its role is to help maintain normal nerve and muscle function, help to steady the heartbeat and support a healthy immune system.

Phosphorus helps build strong bones and teeth, and plays a key role in protein production and cell repair.

Chlorides helps balance the fluids in your body and play an essential role in the production of digestive juices in the stomach.

  • VITAL COMPOUNDS

Proteins are necessary for building and repairing tissue, and are essential components of enzymes, hormones, and other organic compounds.

Antioxidants protect our cells from damage caused by harmful free radicals.

These oils are important for brain development, immune system function and blood pressure regulation.

The 8 essential amino acids cannot be produced by the body itself. They are building blocks for proteins (including enzymes) and are also involved in the regulation of mood, concentration, sleep and a number of other physiological phenomena

  • MINERALS

Sulfur helps to increase resistance to disease, regulate blood sugar levels and detoxify the body.

Boron plays a role in the metabolism of minerals that are involved in bone development, such as calcium, magnesium and copper.

Chromium aids in insulin function, making it valuable for regulating blood sugar.

Manganese plays a role in regulating blood sugar levels, enhances the absorption of calcium and supports connective tissue and bone growth.

Iron helps to metabolise proteins and plays a significant role in the production of haemoglobin and red blood cells.

The human body needs copper to produce the enzymes necessary for various chemical reactions throughout the body.

The human body needs zinc, selenium and molybdenum to produce the enzymes necessary for various chemical reactions throughout the body.