After all, the human body needs numerous nutrients for its health. Vitamins, minerals, trace elements and much more in sufficient quantities. Only with these substances is each individual cell well supplied. Because this is the only way it can perform its special function optimally. An undersupply of nutrients can lead to deficiency symptoms. And deficiency symptoms initially appear in diseases that are easy to treat. However, if the deficiency persists, chronic diseases can develop.According to naturopathy, no doctor or alternative practitioner can really heal the human body. Rather, the body itself must be strengthened. Only in this way can it activate its self-healing powers. Moringa can help to supply the body with sufficient nutrients.
Moringa friends rely on the power of nature Antioxidants are abundant in Moringa. Antioxidants are very important to protect against free radicals. The value Orac indicates whether a food is able to neutralize free radicals. Orac means Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity. This value also indicates how long the antioxidant effect lasts. Some foods are known for a strong antioxidant power. It is noteworthy that Moringa exceeds all peak values. Moringa's Orac is 12 times higher than red wine (drinks). In addition, 7x higher than the Orac of artichoke (vegetables). Also the Orac of the apple berry Aronia (fruit) is only 1/3 as high as Moringa.
The numerous minerals in Moringa tea can prevent mineral deficiencies. Many body functions need minerals. They must be constantly supplied by the food.
Mineral deficiency can also be caused by heavy sweating. That is why Moringa tea is very interesting for athletes. The isotonic drink with its magnesium content contributes to the electrolyte balance.
Wait and see and drink Moringa teaFind your healthy source of natural nutrients in Moringa. Finally, Moringa volcánica provides your body with all the substances it needs. This is particularly relevant in times of high stress. Occupational stress or long illness consume more nutrients. The body also needs more nutrients during sport. Most seniors are undersupplied with nutrients because the body has an increased need in old age.
The body absorbs all important nutrients in the digestive tract. Bitter substances are of great importance for digestion. Moringa contains many bitter substances.
Similar to artichokes, green tea or horseradishIn addition, the natural active ingredients in Moringa Tea prevent plaque and gingivitis. The tea is also popular with many users for gargling. Especially with inflammations in the pharynx.Moringa tea has a disinfecting and antimicrobial effect on the affected skin areas, especially in wounds and skin problems.
sanaRocx focuses on qualityMoringa is a good choice for your health when you rely on the natural power of nature. Because our Moringa is cultivated and processed according to European standards. Therefore you can expect best quality and optimal bioavailability. After all, our BIO Moringa grows on the mineral-rich soil of Tenerife.The cultivation, the harvest and the further processing to Moringa tea are crucial. After all, Moringa products now come to us from many tropical and subtropical countries. For example India, Africa, Egypt, the Asian islands or South America. Unfortunately, this Moringa is often heavily contaminated or has already lost many nutrients.Compared to these non-EU countries, cleanliness is Moringa's first commandment. Great care is taken when processing the leaves into Moringa tea. In this way
you can expect the best quality. A nutrient density without losses.
Application1 - 2 teaspoons Moringa volcánica per cup for 5 - 15 minutes in hot, unboiling water at 80˚C allow to infuse. In case of mineral deficiency, several cups daily.
TIPSome Moringa ingredients lose their bioavailability when heated. Vitamins, for example, are very sensitive to heat. To get the full effect of Moringa, you should also take Moringa in the form of powder, capsules or pellets. In this way your body receives a concentrated load of nutrients.
StorageStore in a cool, dark and dry place
per 100 g
230 kcal / 960 kJ
of which saturated fatty acids
of which sugar
* GDA: guideline for daily intake
Minerals and trace elements
B5 (pantothenic acid)
B9 (folic acid)
C (ascorbic acid)
Quercetine acetyl hexoside
1 503 mg
Alpha linoleic acid
The values indicated are subject to the natural fluctuations typical of natural products. They are trend-setting and should be understood as each natural product can
have different results depending on the degree of ripeness, type and time of measurement.