How to use and when...
Moringa is here for anyone who cares about their body. This includes athletes, hard working people ... Those who are under pressure, the elderly people, and growing children.
However, thanks to its content it can also be used when dealing with various health problems, or even in dealing with obesity.
Moringa powder and Moringa flakes
To enjoy a simple, delicious Moringa drink, just take half a teaspoon of Moringa powder, add a teaspoon of honey, squeeze a little lemon, mix everything together, then add water and your drink is ready!
Moringa powder and Moringa flakes can also be added to soups, sauces or other dishes or be used in preparation of a fruit smoothie or tea - check out our recipes .
Believe that even in traditional Czech cuisine you can use Moringa. You can add Moringa powder into a stew, it adds great flavor to it – proven!
The recommended dose is 1 teaspoon a day.
3x a day 2 capsules (1 capsule contains 500 mg)
Moringa oleifera can be used in many ways. We have mixed Moringa with other ingredients, to widen the possibilities of its use, while keeping the positive effects on our body.
Traditional Indian Ayurveda has known Moringa already for several thousand years, and uses it to treat up to 300 kinds of different health problems, from asthma through infertility, cardiovascular problems, hormonal imbalance, rheumatism and body detoxification.
Moringa during pregnancy
The State medical institute of the Czech Republic states in its reports that there is documented use of Moringa among European population. At the same time, there has been no study conducted that would monitor the influence of Moringa on children, pregnant and lactating women. This lack of information can be caused by overlooking the potential of Moringa and its health benefits for the human body.
However, foreign studies say that in most cases Moringa is very suitable for pregnant and lactating women and growing children, thanks to its minerals and vegetable proteins. In Philippines and other countries Moringa is used in much higher doses than recommended on European continent. It is due to the fact, that in Europe we have more varied diet. Unfortunately, the content of nutrients in our diet continues to decline. Moringa is therefore a very good supplement that would help us to maintain optimum diet balance.
In many developing countries Moringa is recommended by local and international medical organizations for its positive effect on lactation and healthy development of human organism. Locals often call it “the tree of life”, because for them is often the only real source of nutrients.
During pregnancy, it is important to focus on proper intake of vitamin A. Very high doses are not appropriate for the proper development of the fetus. However, recommended dosage would ensure optimum amount.
During breastfeeding Moringa stimulates the milk production and thanks to its minerals it enhances and improves the composition of milk.