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According to the USA government website there are more 530 peer review studies on MORINGA OLEIFERA.

Over the last year I have discovered the Amazing qualities of the MORINGA tree. Since that time I also discovered that I had a goldmind of Health and Nutrition in my own backyard. I did not even realize that I had several MORINGA trees growing on my property and had no idea how this would change my health. I now harvest the leaves, seeds and trees for the endless resources it offers. It now provides a high source of vitamin and mineral supplementation to my family and me. In addition it has become a source of income for us and those who help harvest the crop. After the rainy season is over we plan to plant over 500 trees on our property. You should see how fast it grows! Amazing! The trees can start as a seed or simply cuttings stuck in the ground. In a matter of a few months the tree will be over feet tall and already producing leaves you can harvest! The only other plant that I have seen grow that fast is Bamboo. We have recently applied to become an affiliate with a USA based company so we can start offering the MORINGA products to everyone from every corner of the globe. Low In cost, certified organic and the products contains 100% MORINGA. No fillers, No colors, Dyes, NON GMO, 100% natural and backed by science and research.I will be posting more information about the MORINGA over the next few weeks and months. Please share the information with your friends.
The best source we have found is at moringa source.

Here are some facts I discovered about MORINGA.
Do your own search and you will find hundreds of articles written by researchers, scientists, Physicians, and Journalists.

The following information comes from
The tree boasts an almost-unbelievable nutritional profile: A serving of fresh leaves contains 7 times the amount of vitamin C in the equivalent amount of oranges, 4 times the vitamin A of carrots, 4 times the calcium of milk, 3 times the potassium of bananas and twice the protein of yogurt. It also contains measurable amounts of vitamins B1, B2 and B3, chromium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous and zinc. In addition, moringa has all essential amino acids, which are the building blocks for our cells.
Dried leaves pack the vitamins even denser, with 25 times more iron than spinach; 4 times more protein than eggs; 10 times more vitamin A than carrots; 17 times more calcium than milk; and 15 times more potassium than bananas, according to the Imagine Rural Development Initiative.
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