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Harvested in Jamaica.

If you examine the geography of Jamaica and its surrounding areas, you'll notice that they consist of ancient volcanoes that formed islands through continuous eruptions thousands of years ago. This unique origin, coupled with the island's submersion thousands of years ago, created an island composed of igneous rock, metamorphic rock, and limestone. These conditions make Jamaica one of the best places to cultivate this miracle tree, which is why our moringa is of such high quality.


Moringa Benefits.

Moringa Oleifera leaves and pods contain 90+ nutrients, 46 antioxidants, and 36 anti-inflammatory compounds. Researchers are calling it the most nutrient rich plant on earth. Every part of Moringa Oleifera is useful. Many parts of the tree have traditionally been used for treating many diseases like lung diseases, hypertension, chest infections, everyday aches and pains as well as skin infections.


Moringa Facts



Moringa leaves are about 40% protein, containing all nine essential amino acids in various amounts (histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, valine).



Moringa is a vitamin treasure trove. The amounts of beta-carotene, vitamin C, and vitamin E found in Moringa exceed those commonly found in most other plants



Moringa leaves contain far higher amounts of calcium than most plants, including four times the amount found in milk. Moringa leaves also contain over three times the amount of iron found in roast beef and three times that found in spinach.

Moringa meets Moss

Chondrus crispus is an edible seaweed that grows in coastal regions of the Atlantic, including those in Europe and North America. Like other seaweeds, it’s a rich source of many hard-to-get nutrients.

Given its name, you might expect sea moss to be green, but it’s actually available in a variety of colours, from green and yellow, to red, brown and even black. The most common variety, however, is red, often referred to as 'Irish moss'.

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