The Moringa tree, also known as a drumstick tree, is native to parts of Africa and Asia, as it grows easily in tropical or subtropical climates. Its bark, roots, flowers, seeds, pods and sap all contain an abundance of nutrients and antioxidants. This “miracle” tree, or immortal tree, as it is referred to, possess a number of health benefits and contains the properties to cure certain diseases, with its long history of traditional usage.
Roots of moringa are used in traditional medicine to control disorders of the circulatory system, for stimulating appetite and to improve the functioning of digestive tract. The seeds possess an oil that is rich in antioxidants. Moringa leaves as edible and contain three times the amount of iron as spinach. The leaves and pods also contain a natural source of calcium and multivitamins. This plant also contains essential amino acids for the body, stimulates metabolism and even helps to naturally boost energy levels.
Ayurveda, the ancient healing science, contains texts that list more than 300 diseases that can be cured with the immaculate healing powers of the Moringa tree and its extracts like essential oils.
Country of Origin: Ecuador
Due to their anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, moringa is great for skin health. Loaded with nutrients like Vitamin A, B, C, D, and E, plus zinc, iron and magnesium, Morina is full of active ingredients and moisturizing properties.
Moringa has excellent cleansing ability which aids in cleaning the skin cells of free radicals and restoring the vitality and youthful complexion of the skin. Moringa oil is highly absorbable and delivers about 30 antioxidants to the skin cells with each use. It also nourishes collagen, therefore creating softness and flexibility of the skin. Moringa is great for balancing skin tones and for filtering our deep rooted impurities in the skin.