Friday, June 26, 2015

Organic USDA Certified Moringa Caps Now Avail in 300 Count Bottles

I am pleased to ANNOUNCE  TODAY that USDA Organic Certified  Moringa capsules are available in both 120 cap and 300 cap sizes in my store. Just click on the blue links below to review these great products.  

Why are you still buying inferior Moringa Products that can make you sick?

I had a person write me this week on how he bought product from another company that was brown and smelled weird.  He asked my opinion.

Moringa powder should be green, not brown. It should have the Moringa leaves distinctive odor.  If it is brown it could contain mold, mildew, E-coli, weeds, other plants and adulterants which could make you very sick.   If you get a bad package, send it back to the company and ask for a return of your money. Do not keep taking the stuff.  Don't keep buying the junk Moringa!

You need to buy on quality not just price. Much of the cheap Moringa products are filled with things you don't want to ingest such an insects and dirt.

Please read the proof I have published proof on this blog of the problems in buying Indian and Malaysian products including labs who operate with fraud hiding the failing lab results of their products.  Go to the FDA website and read all the fines levied against the Indian labs for failing lab tests that were hidden. Bad product was shipped and not caught for months.  It is all there once you research the subject in the correct places. You won't find it on the front page.

http://herbladyisintoday.blogspot.com/2012/07/the-truth-about-organic-certified.html

http://herbladyisintoday.blogspot.com/2013/09/my-moringa-comes-from-indiais-it-safe.html


 Why should you buy Moringa Source products from my store?

Here are 4 very important reasons below:

#1: All their products are tested and packaged in a US/GMP compliant lab in Connecticut.  Moringa powder used in the tea, bulk powder, and caps is USDA organic certified and exceptional quality!  


#2:  The Moringa powder is grown on their company owned organic certified farm in Ecuador. The Product material is then sent to the United States where it is tested for E-Coli, Mold, Mildew, dirt, insects and other contaminates by a lab.   This is extremely important to the health of you and your family.    

#3: You can talk to the staff who speak English and live in this country!  You can get questions answered as well, not just an email address.  

#4: By watching their video, you know how the product was processed on their organic farm. You know that they filter the water used for irrigation and that their farm is organic certified.

That is all for today. Blessings to all of you! Kate Freer

Thanks for supporting my blog and business!  Kate Freer

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