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what is moringa?

Moringa is a plant native to northwest India. It is a fast growing plant that is prized for its high levels of many nutrients essential for health.

Throughout history it’s been valued for its healing properties, its ability to reverse malnutrition, and its ability to purify water.

The most popular species is Moringa oleifera. It is commonly cultivated throughout many semi-arid, and tropical areas like Africa, Thailand, the Phillipines, and India.

Watch a short Discovery Channel Documentary on Moringa!

what's in it?


Vitamin A (Alpha and Beta-Carotene) B, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, C, D, E, K, Folate (Folic Acid), Biotin, and many more


Calcium, Chloride, Chromium, Copper, Fluorine, Iron, Manganese, Magnesium, Molybdenum, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Selenium, Sulfur, Zinc

All 8 Essential Amino Acids

Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Valine

10 Additional Amino Acids

Alanine, Arginine, Aspartic Acid, Cysteine, Glutamine, Glycine, Histidine, Proline, Serine, Tryosine

More about these amino acids

Other Beneficial Nutrients

Chlorphyll, Carotenoids, Cytokinins, Flavanoids, Omega (3,6,9) Oils, Plant Sterols, Polyphenols, Lutein, Xanthins, Rutin, and many more









amino acids


what's it good for?

It seems like it’s good for everything! Because Moringa gives your body the nutrients that it needs to fight diseases and repair tissue, Moringa has been reported to be beneficial in a wide range of medical issues! The following information comes from a Johns Hopkins University study that compiled the known research on the effects of Moringa.

John Hopkins Study

Due to FDA policies, it is important to note that Moringa, and the products that contain it, is not intended to cure or treat any disease. (Neither are most medicines for that matter!).


Common cold, Epstain-Barr virus, Parasites, HSV-1UTI, Bacterial infection, Bronchitis, Earache, Fever, Asthma

Cancer Therapy/Protection

Anti-tumor, prostate, radioprotective, skin

Circulatory/Endocrine Disorders

Anti-anemic, Anti-hyperintensive, Cardiotonic, Diabetes/Hypoglycemia, Diuretic, Hypocholestemia, Thyroid, Hepatorenal


Antipyretic,Purgative, Snakebite, Scorpion-bite

Digestive Disorders

Colitis, Diarrhea, Digestif, Dysentery, Flatulence, Ulcer / Gastritis


Rheumatism, Joint Pain, Edema, Arthritis


Antinutritional factors, Antioxidant, Carotenoids, Energy, Goitrogen, Iron deficiency, Protein, Vitamin/Mineral deficiency

Nervous Disorders

Anti-spasmodic, Epilepsy, Hysteria, Headache

Skin Disorders

Antiseptic, Astringent, Pyodermia, Rubefacient, Vesicant

General Conditions

Bladder, Catarrh, Gout, Hepatamegaly, Lactation, Low.Back/Kidney Pain, Scurvy, Splenomegaly

And that’s just to 

name a few!

is it safe?

Moringa has been used since ancient times, by Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks. There’s nothing mysterious about how it works. There’s no strange “superchemical” producing a miracle cure! It’s simply a plant with a wide range of nutrients, in a form that our bodies can use!

Because our food supply is so nutritionally empty, our society is suffering from an overwhelming amount of diseases and issues that all begin with malnutrition! 

That’s why Moringa is having such a huge impact on people’s lives!


Cultivated in:
The Sudan
West, East and South Africa
Latin America
The Caribbean
The Pacific Islands

Moringa Supporters

Africa Eco Foundation  African and Hindustani Centers of Diversity  African Conservation Foundation  Africast Foundation  AGADA – Alternative Action for African Development  Agricultural Developments South America  Agriculture Mission Fellowship, Taiwan  Agroforestry Net, Inc.  Agrotech Co. Ltd., Sudan ALMS – Ark of Life Ministries, Zambia  ANAMED – Action for Natural Medicine, Germany  Andrew W. Mellon Foundation  Apostolic Womens’ Movement, Ghana Association of Farmers, Educators and Traders, Gambia  Association pour la Sante Preventive de Rosso, Mauritania  AVRDC-The World Vegetable Center Works BHD – Biotechnology for Human Development  Binga Foods and Nutritional Committee, Binga District Hospital, Zimbabwe  Binga Trees Trust Project BIOMASA – Honenheim University  British Overseas Development Agency  CADEC – Catholic Development Commission  Canada – Micronutrient Initiatives CDE – Centre for Development and Enterprise, South Africa  CEEM – Christian Ecology and Development Ministry, India  Center for Cross-Cultural Epidemiologic Studies, Drew University  Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan  Christian Family Agric. Ministry, Ghana  CID – Center for International Development Compagnie Commerciale de Mumuri S.A., Burundi  Companeros en Ministerio/Partners in Ministry, Mexico  CRDA – Christian Relief and Development Association CTA – Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation, Netherlands, West Indies and Western Samoa  CWS – Church World Service  CWS/Crop Walk DART – Development Alternatives, Research and Training, Nigeria  EBCEF – Ethiopian Books for Children and Educational Foundation ECHO – Education Concerns for Hunger Organization, Inc.  Ecological Internet, Inc. –  Environment Africa  FAO – Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Federal Ministry of Health, Nigeria  Feed the Children, Uganda  Gambia National Nutrition Agency and Council  Gambia United National Environment Programme  German Development Services  German-Ethiopian Association  GIANT – Global Initiative for AIDS Nutritional Therapy  Global Facilitation Unit for Underutilized Species  GLOW Ministries International, Haiti  GoodWorks International LLC – UN Ambassador Andrew Young’s Foundation  Government of the Philippines, National Nutrition Council  Grace In Motion Ministries, Brazil  Groupe de Recherche et d’Actions pour un Developpement Durable, Benin  Happy Farmers Maun, Botswana  Harold Martin Botanic Garden, University of Leicester, England  Heifer International Foundation – Global Food Crisis Fund HIMCON – Himalayan Consortium for Himalayan Conversation IDEE-Casamance, NGO, Senegal India National Institute of Nutrition, Indian Council of Medical Research INERA – Institut de l’Environnement et des Recherches Agricoles  International Eye Foundation  International Moringa Network  International Trypanotolerance Centre  Japan Moringa Association Kenya Forestry Research Institute  KMTC Agricultural Training Centre  Kyoto City, Japan – Water Purification Project  Lutheran World Federation, Dept. for World Service, Mauritania  Mahasarakham University, Thailand  Medecins Aux Pieds Nus  Mercy Ships  Ministry of the Atmosphere and Natural Resources  Missouri Botanical Gardens, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri  Mlup Baitong, NGO, Cambodia Moringa Energie Developpement SA, Senegal Moringa Garden Circle Moringa Research Agency, Kenya  NANA – National Nutrition Agency National Agricultural Research Center, Saudi, Arabia  National Council of Churches USA  National Geographic Society  National Institutes of Health  National Science Foundation  New GENESIS, Haiti  New York Botanical Garden, Botanical Science Research and Training  Office International de l’Eau, France  One Spirit, USA  Optima of Africa  Peace Corps  Permacultora Dominicana, Dominican Republic  Phytotrade Africa  Prek Leap National School of Agriculture, Cambodia  Presbyterian Church of the Sudan  PROPAGE – Association pour la Promotion des Ressources Vegetales des Regions arides et Semi Arides, France Public Authority of Agriculture Affairs and Fish Resources – Forestry and Range Dept., Kuwait  Purdue University, Center for New Crops & Plants Products  Rotary Club  RUAF – Resource Centre on Urban Agriculture & Forestry  Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, England  Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden  Rural Women’s Movement, South Africa  Sehgal Foundation, India  Shakuntala Bidyadhar Trust  Silva Forest Foundation  Stoneleigh, Shroshire, England  The Berkeley Reafforestation Trust  The Center for the Improvement of Human Functioning International  Togo Nature Environment  Tokyo University of Agriculture, Department of Nutritional Science, Japan  Trees for Africa  Trees for Life Moringa Project  TULUM Ltd.  UNICEF  United Methodist Committee on Relief United Nations World Food Program  UNESCO – United Nations Educational, Social, and Cultural Organization  Universidade de Fortaleza, Brazil  Universite Abdou Moumouni, Niger  Universite Cadi Ayad-faculte des Sciences Semlalia, Maroc  Universite Cheikh Anta diop de Dakar, Senegal Laboratory of Nutritional Physiological Chemistry  Universite d’Abomey-Calavi, Benin  University of Baroda, Vadodara, Gujarat, India  University of Botswana  University of Dschang, FASA, Cameroon  University of Ghana, Biochemistry Department  University of Hawaii – CTAHR  University of Kansas School of Medicine  University of Leicester, England  University of Stellenbosch, Dpt of Physiological Studies, South Africa  University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji Islands  University of Wageningen, Division of Human Nutrition  U. S. Agency for International Development  U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service – NFTA  Wangari Maathai Foundation  WECADI – Wakiso Environment Conservation and Development Initiative, Uganda  WAECHE -Williams Adedayo Enter Community Health Evangelism, Nigeria  West Indies Self Help WISH Mission, Haiti  World Vision  World Water Forum  Zimbabwe Forestry Commission  Zimbabwe Rural District Council

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