Ultra-nutritious, this "tree of life" has many benefits long recognized in India. He is also part of NGO programs against malnutrition.
Tropical tree native to the southern Himalayas, Moringa oleifera has been used for millennia in India for its virtues. All parts of the tree are consumable and have multiple benefits, which is why Moringa is nicknamed "the tree of life". Moringa leaves are ultra-nutritious, extremely rich in nutrients such as calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, zinc, manganese, phosphorus, sodium, 8 essential amino acids, vitamins A, B, C, E, antioxidants. Moringa contains more calcium than milk, more vitamin C than oranges, more iron than spinach and more potassium than bananas. Its many benefits would be an asset in cases of cholesterol, diabetes, hypertension, ulcer, inflammation, breastfeeding ...
Usage tips :
Take up to 6 capsules per day with a large glass of water in the morning on an empty stomach.
Increase the dose gradually.
Precautions for use :
. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
. This product is a food supplement which should not replace a varied and balanced diet.
. Keep out of the reach of young children and animals.
. Store away from light, heat and humidity.
. As with any nutritional supplement, consult a healthcare practitioner before consuming if you have any medical condition. People with insulin dependency should seek advice from their diabetologist.