More, More, More – Why we love Moringa!

MoringaTree11Want to know more about Moringa? Here are a few facts: Moringa trees are extremely nutritional and useful, native to the Himalayas, India, and parts of Africa. The trees grow a pod or a drumstick, jam packed with value.

One pod of Moringa has…

…3 times the Potassium of a Banana.

…4 times the Calcium of a Glass of Milk.

…2 times the Protein of a Glass of Milk.

…4 times the Vitamin A of a Carrot.

                                                                                 …7 times the Vitamin C of an Orange.

Moringa is called the “Never Die Tree” in parts of Africa because it is so resilient, thriving in even the harshest of environments.

Moringa leaves are rich in…

…Essential Amino Acids.

…Carbohydrates.

…Omegas 3, 6, and 9.

When crushed, Moringa seeds bind together naturally, causing fine particles, salts, bacteria, and other impuritires in river or lake water to clump together for easy removal, an important step in the process of readying water for sanitary drinking.

Moringa seeds can be pressed to extract a highly versatile oil.

Moringa Oil contains…

…Antioxidants.

…Anti-inflammatories.

…Vitamin A.

…Vitamin B.

…Vitamin C.

…Vitamin D.

…Vitamin E

Moringa Oil is highly moisturizing for the skin, hair, and nails.

Moringa is the foundation of Pyore’s new skin care line – When it comes to Moringa, we say more, more, more!

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