Moringa, also known as the "miracle tree" or "vitamin tree", is a plant very often associated with good health and nutrition. The reason for that is, moringa is very rich in several vitamins, amino acids, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant.

Moringa is originally native to the foothills of the Himalayas in India, but nowadays, it is grown around the world in most tropical, subtropical, and semi-arid regions.

Some of the nutritional benefits of moringa:

It is a nutritional-packed, it fights free radicals, fights inflammation, helps reducing some diabetes symptoms, protects the cardiovascular system and supports brain health.

Some studies sugest that moringa continuous use during treatments can offer a huge support fighting some diseases, since undernutrition until degenerative diseases. It's a source of 90 nutrients and all the essential amino acids, incluiding the one's which are not produced by the human body. It has 46 antioxidants, besides the 36 anti-inflammatory substances as well. In the leafs you will find vitamin A, B2, B3, B6, B7, C, D, E e K. It is full of minerals, such as iron, potassium, calcium, copper, magnesium, manganese and zinc. It contains 17 times the milk's calcium, 25 times the spinach's iron and 15 times the banana's potassium.

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The changing perception of health also leads to consumers using energy products to support an active lifestyle. There is a growing demand for these products worldwide, which offers opportunities for Moringa oleifera. Especially energy drinks and food supplements that offer an alternative source of energy to caffeine.

HS Codes:

PLANT - 1211.9086: Other medicinal plants and parts of plants

POWDER - 0712.9090: Other dried vegetables, whole, cut, sliced, broken or in powder