Moringa Ingredients

graphic representation of some of the nutrients in moringa leaf powder

Research furnishes the extraordinary density of nutrients in Moringa. The combination and composition of the vital substances is very concentrated, balanced and unique among all known plants.


Vitamins, minerals, phytamins, amino & fatty acids

Vitamins: A (retinol/beta carotene), B1 (thiamin), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (panthotenic acid), B6 (pyridoxal phosphate), B7 (biotin), B9 (folic acid), C (L-(+)-ascorbic acid), D (cholecalciferol), E (tocopherol), K1 (phyllochinon)
Minerals & trace elements: calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphor, potassium, manganese, copper, zinc, selenium, sulphur, boron and silicium
Fatty acids: unsaturated omega-3, -6 und -9
Essential amino acids: leucine, isoleucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan and valine
Non-essential amino acids: tyrosine, cysteine, histidine, serine, glutamic acid, aspartate, aspartic acid (semi), proline, glycine, alanine and arginine
Secondary plant compounds (phytamins): polyphenols, flavonoids: kaempferols, quercetins, anthocyanins
Many antioxidants, the new discovered messenger substance zeatin, plant protecting group of salvestrols, plus chlorophyll as phytonutrient

Moringa comparative values

Comparative results of Moringa leaf powder to 1058 aliments based on the nourishment-information system of the University of Hohenheim (Germany).

100 grams moringa leaf powder contain in comparison:

  • 17 x more calcium than cow’s milk (3.5% fat)
  • 1.3 x more essential amino acids than eggs
  • 6 x more alpha-linolenic acid than linolenic acid
  • 1,9 x more fibres than whole grain wheat
  • 8,8 x more iron than a filet of beef (tenderloin)
  • 6 x more heart protecting polyphenols than red wine
  • 4,7 x more folic acid than beef liver
  • 4,5 x more vitamin E than wheat seedlings
  • 1.5 x more zinc than pork cutlet (Schnitzel)
  • 7 x more vitamin C than oranges
  • 7 x more magnesium than prawns
  • 37 x higher antioxidative effect than red grapes
  • 6.9 x more vitamin B1 and B2 than yeast
  • 3 x more potassium than bananas
  • 2 to 3 x more eye protecting lutein than green cabbage
  • 4 x more vitamin A than carrots
  • very high amounts of unsaturated fatty acids (Omega 3, 6 und 9)
  • furthermore very high amounts of natural chlorophyll

The ingredients of moringa can vary depending on growing area, type of cultivation and processing. Hence our plantations and harvests are subject to continuous laboratory analyses and detailed checks in order to ensure highest quality and to provide first-class products to our customers.

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Moringa Utilization

Moringa is not only used in many parts of Africa and Asia as medical plant, but also as aliment (principal food and dietary supplement). Almost all parts of this tree can be eaten.

Moringa History

The plant originates from India and was spread by humans in equatorial countries all around the world. The Moringa Tree was highly valued because of its characteristics.

Moringa Research & Studies

At present many scientists and academic institutions are engaged with Moringa research. This plant attracts more and more attention due to its diversity, properties and effects.