Moringa is a shrub or tree with multiple uses: the leaves, roots and unripe pods are eaten as vegetables. All parts of the moringa tree – the bark, pods, leaves, nuts, seeds, tubers, roots and flowers – are edible. The leaves are used fresh or dried and ground into a powder. The pods are harvested while still green and eaten fresh or cooked. The moringa seed oil is sweet, non-sticky, does not dry out or turn rancid, and the seed paste is used to purify drinking water. The seeds can also be eaten raw, roasted, powdered and steeped in tea or used in curries.
Moringa leaf properties contain: antioxidants, anti-inflammatory agents, including quercetin and caffeilquinic acid, amino acids.
Not only that: Moringa’s properties are also linked to its enormous supply of vitamin C, calcium, potassium, vitamin A and minerals such as magnesium, zinc and sodium, not forgetting iron and omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system.
The benefits of Moringa Oleifera are truly exceptional: numerous studies in recent years have shown that the use of this plant – described by many as miraculous – is increasingly recommended as part of food supplementation in order to provide the body with all the vitamins, minerals and antioxidants it needs to stay healthy.
Moringa-based Natural Cosmetics
Beauty is RedMoringa’s line of Natural Cosmetics. A range that grows day by day, whose beauty secret is Moringa Oleifera, a plant whose extracts have incredible Anti-Age and Anti-Pollution properties.
RedMoringa Natural Cosmetics, produced in Italy, with at least more than 90% raw materials of natural origin, are made to give beauty to skin and hair. By complementing your treatments with our Food Supplements, you can act on your well-being both from within and without.