start with about half a teaspoon and work your way up to 1-2 teaspoons a day
Its 100 grams of dried leaves contain the following nutrients: Protein. 9 times more than yogurt, vitamin A. 10 times more potassium than carrots. 15 times more calcium than bananas. 17 times more vitamin C than milk. 12 times that of Malta, iron. 25 times more than spinach
Protects and nourishes skin and hair. Because of the content of protein, hydrating and also detoxifying elements, this plant protects skin cells from damage and promotes healthy skin and hair.
Similarly cures skin infections and sores.
Also reduces wrinkles.
Stimulates hair growth.
Above all moringa has anti-inflammatory properties.
Treats edema (because of anti-inflammatory properties).
Treats stomach complaints such as gastritis, and ulcerative colitis. High vitamin B content in moringa helps with digestion, and the antibiotic and antibacterial properties may help inhibit the growth of various pathogens.