Monday, September 15, 2014

Capsules, bulk powder or tea....what is the most effective way to take Moringa






In our family, we buy the bulk and I put the powder in our green drinks, moringa-spirulina balls and yogurt.   That is our preference that works for our way of life. Here below are some thoughts for you on the subject.
 
Lifestyle #1: Purists and dedicated natural lifers: People that  take the time to make smoothies and green drinks every day from scratch. You may have grown up with Moringa in your native country. You are kind of customer who opts for natural, organic, homegrown, and close to earth products and foods. For those of you who live that kind of lifestyle, Moringa in the bulk is the most cost effective way to use it.

To those of you who don't appreciate the taste of Moringa, try it in grape or cranberry juice. Use 1/2 tsp instead of more powder. Put it into a smoothie with yogurt and fruit.  I add it to peanut butter with a dash of honey or apple butter. Why bother with the bread.  It can be added to any nut butter or applesauce.  Experiment.

Lifestyle #2:  Hurried; Rushed: No time to eat:  These are people who live rushed lives with little time to even eat properly.  If they bought the bulk powder, it would sit on the shelf unused. Those customers would use the capsules more likely. If you don't like the taste of Moringa, then caps is the best form to take.

Lifestyle #3: Dedicated tea drinkers.  If you take everything in tea form, the tea might be best.  If the taste is too strong, add raspberry or other flavored tea to make up the brew. One tea bag does more than one cup. I take one tea bag and put it in a cup of water brought to boiling temp, let it steep for 20 min, then put it in my tea kettle with 4 more cups of water.  I drink it over ice the rest of the day.   Use a bit of honey as sweetener. 

If you can, buy the bulk powder, it is the most economical to use.  I hope this answers your question on what form of Moringa you should buy. 


This is the two brands I trust because they test their imported products for contamination, E-Coli, and heavy metals in a US lab.  I have now been using a number of their products for over two years including Moringa powder. DO NOT buy Moringa products unless the company states that they test for heavy metals and contamination. If you do you are risking your health. Organic certified can still contain E-coli, dirt, bugs, weeds, filth and insects.  This is the way it is folks.
 
 My #1 choice is Banyan Botanicals Organic Moringa Powder here 
 
 

 

  Moringa Seeds.  This is where I have bought them more recently and gotten good germination.

10 oz (APX 1000) Moringa Malunggay Drumstick Seeds - Paisley Farm and Crafts

 

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