Considered today as a "superfood", Moringa contains many vitamins, but also minerals and amino acids.
Moringa is an important plant in the Ayurvedic tradition, where it is used in different forms and for the treatment of many ailments.
The craze for Moringa powder is explained by the presence of 7 times more vitamin C than in an orange, 4 times more beta-carotenes than in a carrot, 4 times more calcium than in milk, 9 acids amino, 3 times more iron than spinach and 3 times more potassium than bananas.
This powder also helps stimulate hair growth and revitalize dull and mature skin, so it works wonderfully in your masks.
The botanical minute
In Moringa almost everything is consumed, even if it is the Moringa leaves which are widely distributed, the Moringa flower as well as the seeds of Moringa are also consumed.