Moringa may well be unheard of to most of the western world; but it is far from foreign to those residing in (West) Africa, India, the Philippines and other parts of Asia. Moringa plantations have been growing successfully in these regions for centuries. The tree was also highly valued in the ancient world; with the Romans, Greeks and Egyptians extracting edible oil from the seeds for the purpose of perfume and lotion. 

Moringa oleifera is now widely cultivated and has become naturalised in many locations in the tropics. A rapidly-growing and drought-resistant tree that is multi-functional and can be used for food, feed, fibre, oil, medicinal use, cosmetics and water purification. 

A truly multi-functional tree! The nutritional benefits are undisputable.

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Moringa boosts the Immunesystem:

The properties of moringa leaf powder can be divided in the following vital substances: vitamins, minerals, aminoacids, anti-oxidants, flavanoids and anti-inflammatories. 

Moringa oleifera contains very high levels of vitamin A (ßeta - Carotene), B, B1, B2, B3,B12, C, D, E, and K. 

Some examples: Two teaspoons of moringa-leafpowder contain the daily value needed of Thiamin and Riboflavin. 

Moringa oleifera contains a lot of different amino acids, eight of these amino acids cannot be produced artificially. The leaves have the extraordinary property of containing 27 g protein and 38 g of carbohydrates per 100 grams dry matter. Moringa oleifera contains high levels of a number of minerals like iron, zinc, magnesium,calcium, potassium etc.

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BMZ report – moringa products – nov.2013


MoSagri stands for Sustainable agribusiness. To prove that we are complying with what we are saying and claiming we are in the process of being certified for organic production. Control Union Certifications has audited our operations in March 2016.