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Organic Moringa, the "miracle plant," is a moringa leaf extract with multiple benefits.

  • Helps regulate blood glucose and cholesterol levels.
  • Helps combat inflammation, oxidative stress, and neuro-degeneration.
  • Produced from moringa leaves in accordance with organic farming standards.
  • Powerful revitalizer from Ayurvedic medicine.
  • 100% natural ingredients.
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Moringa leaves

Moringa Leaf Extract

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Our Moringa leaf extract is a dietary supplement produced from the plant Moringa oleifera, traditionally-recognized for its exceptional nutritional value and ability to reduce levels of sugar and lipids in the blood. It’s an aqueous extract made from organically-grown Moringa leaves.

Benefits of Moringa Leaf Extract

Moringa has attracted significant interest among the scientific community. Every year, scientific studies are published highlighting the therapeutic potential of the plant’s leaves, confirming the empirical evidence that has accumulated over thousands of years.

This scientific research shows that moringa leaves offer four key benefits:

What is Moringa Oleifera Leaf Extract?

Moringa is a plant that has been recognized, used and valued for thousands of years in traditional Ayurvedic medicine. It is the only genus in the plant family Moringaceae and is grown in the world’s tropical regions and in Madagascar, primarily for the exceptional nutritional value of its leaves.

These leaves contain vitamins – particularly Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin B2 – and minerals – primarily iron and magnesium – and important amino acids and fatty acids, as well as precious antioxidants, including rare carotenoids, flavonoids, and phenols.

Studies have shown that moringa leaf uses include anti-inflammatory, anti-hypertensive, diuretic, antimicrobial, antioxidant, antihyperlipidemic, cardio-protective, and tissue protective properties.

What is in Moringa Oleifera Capsules?

Organic Moringa is an aqueous extract made from the plant’s leaves. It contains three major types of compound, in addition to the above-mentioned vitamins, minerals and fatty acids:

  1. Polyphenols, including flavonoids and phenolic acids. The principal flavonoids in moringa leaves are quercetin, rutin, chlorogenic acid, kaempferol, myricetin, and benzylamine (moringine), while the most abundant phenolic acids are salicylic, gallic, coumarinic, and caffeic acid, as well as chlorogenic acid. The latter plays a role in glucose metabolism.
  2. Alkaloids, in particular glucosinolates and isothiocyanates, which are primarily responsible for Moringa’s anti-inflammatory effects.
  3. Saponins, which combat cholesterol absorption by binding to molecules and acids in bile.

Two additional molecules, niazarin and niaziridin, present in moringa leaves, increase the biological activity of the antibiotic compounds and facilitate gastrointestinal absorption of the vitamins and other micronutrients present in the leaves.

Moringa Leaf Extract Side Effects

Consuming Moringa oleifera aqueous leaf extract can be highly beneficial as a cholesterol regulating supplement. However, before adding any new supplements to your daily regime, you need to do your research to figure out whether moringa oleifera is right for you.

Grasping all the potential moringa oleifera leaf extract side effects can enable you to make an informed decision on your health. Moringa oleifera capsules are incredibly safe for most people, but you need to tread with caution if you are taking any prescription medications regularly.

Consult your doctor to learn more about Moringa oleifera leaf extract benefits and how it may interact with any existing medications prescribed to you. While online research is important for responsible supplement usage, it’s always better to be safe than sorry.

Your doctor will be able to go through your medical history, family medical history, and your current state of health to determine whether or not moringa supplements are suitable for you. Listen to your doctor, and then make an informed decision on whether you should buy moringa leaf extract.

Finally, make sure that you tell your healthcare professional about any other supplements you are taking. The active ingredients in other supplements could interfere with Organic Moringa.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Composition
Daily dose: 3 capsules
Number of doses per pack: 30
Amount per dose
Moringa oleifera 4:1 leaf extract from organic farming 1,500 mg
Other ingredients: acacia gum, white rice flour.

Each capsule contains 500 mg of 4:1 extract of organically-grown Moringa oleifera leaf.
Directions for use

How To Take Our Moringa Leaf Supplement?

To get all the moringa leaf extract benefits, we recommend adults to take 3 moringa oleifera capsules per day before meals.

It is essential only to take a moringa oleifera supplement on an empty stomach to ensure you get the best results in the shortest time possible.

Based on your results, you can adjust the serving of moringa for high cholesterol. What matters is that you listen to your body and only take the safe recommended dosage.

If you experience any side effects when consuming moringa to lower cholesterol, stop taking the supplements immediately and consult your doctor.

You may also be interested in other quality phytonutrients available to buy from our catalogue:

Note that this product should not be used as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. It is important to follow the guidelines on how to take it and how much to take, and to use it by the "best before" date. It is not recommended for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, or for children under 15. Keep out of children’s reach. Store in a cool, dry place.

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