"The Original American Moringa Leaf Capsule Company"
|Home||About Us||Moringa Benefits||Nutritional Values||FAQ||Contact||Order|
Moringa Shunned By Health Food Stores
Our Moringa capsules are amazing. The World Health Organization has been overcoming malnutrition in Africa for over 20 years using the pure powdered leaves of the Moringa plant. Infants with the distended tummies and orange hair return to normal after one month of ingesting the leaves. We recommend 1-4 capsules per day for adults but it's so totally nontoxic that they feed the infants equivalent of 8 capsules daily. We know of baseball players who take 12-16 before games.
You get energy, mental clarity, and endurance from the pills. But the source of the benefits is neither sugar nor caffeine. Moringa is a food. We recommend not using it after 6 PM because it might keep you from sleeping. This would be a better way for students to stay up studying at night than caffeine or drugs.
The pure powdered leaf also curbs the appetite. But unlike diet pills which makes eating somewhat difficult, using Moringa there is no problem eating a meal. You just have to remember to eat! Moringa has many, many other benefits including helping the body to resist colds and flu.
Moringa Zinga, the capsule form containing only the pure powdered leaf, is an excellent source of nutrition and is a natural energy booster. This energy boost is not based on sugar so it is sustained. People also report their immune system strengthened, skin condition restored, blood pressure controlled, headaches and migraines handled, diabetes sugar level managed, inflammations and arthritis pains reduced, tumors restricted and ulcers healed.*
Moringa Zinga capsules are 100% all natural, organic, and the capsules themselves are all vegetarian. The capsules are so safe that athletes and entertainment performers take as many as 10-20 capsules for performance enhancing reasons even though 1-4 capsules are the recommended daily dosage.
An answer to malnutrition? - An international NGO is promoting Moringa, a fast-growing, drought-resistant plant, as a way of reducing malnutrition in Mauritania.
|*All information provided on this moringausa.com website is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice or instruction. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any medical condition. For specific medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, consult your doctor. None of the statements on this moringausa.com website have been evaluated by the FDA.|