Know Moringa


Moringa Oleifera is the most nutrient-dense plant on the planet and naturally contains a potent fusion of anti-inflammatory compounds, anti-oxidants, vitamins, amino acids and minerals.   That’s why health and fitness experts in the U.S. and Europe are touting Moringa Oleifera as a legitimate “superfood”* and some even refer to it as “The Miracle Tree.”



Moringa deliver nutrients without unhealthy fats or high-calorie carbohydrates, according to researchers from John Hopkins University.  In a gram to gram comparison, raw Moringa leaves deliver on average:

7 times the vitamin C in oranges

4 times the calcium in milk and twice the protein

4 times the vitamin A in carrots

3 times the iron present in almonds


3 times the potassium in bananas….and much more….

The Moringa tree native to India spread eastward to the lower parts of China, Southeast Asia and the Philippines. From India it also spread westward to Egypt, the Horn of Africa, around the Mediterranean, and finally to West Indies in America.  The Moringa tree is grown mainly in semi-arid, tropical and subtropical areas. While it grows best in dry, sandy soil, it tolerates poor soil. It is a fast-growing, drought -resistant tree.  Ancient Egyptians treasured Moringa oil, using it as protection for their skin from the ravages of desert weather. Some sources even claim the Ancient Egyptians places jars of Moringa oil in the tombs for use in the afterlife. Later, the Greeks found many healthful uses for Moringa and introduced it to the Romans. Moringa is one of the world’s most useful trees, highly valued by the Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians as early as 2000 BC for its medicinal properties.   Records show Moringa being used in Indian medicine some 5000 years ago.  On the Island of Jamaica in 1817, a petition concerning Moringa oil was presented to the Jamaican House of Assembly. It described the oil as being useful for salads and culinary purposes, and being equal to the best Florence oil as an illuminant – giving clear light without smoke. In 19th century, plantations of Moringa in the West Indies exported the oil to Europe for perfumes and lubricants for machinery.  Although ancient records show many uses of this miraculous plant, its diverse secrets are slowly being uncovered thanks to modern science.



Moringa is known in over 82 countries and by over 200 different names such as Arango, Árbol de las Perlas, Behen, Ben Ailé, Ben Nut Tree, Ben Oléifère, Benzolive, Canéficier de l’Inde, Chinto Borrego, Clarifier Tree,  Drumstick Tree, Horseradish Tree, Indian Horseradish, Jacinto, Kelor Tree, Malunggay, Marango, Mlonge, Moringa Oleifera, Moringa pterygosperma, Moringe de Ceylan, Mulangay, Murungakai, Narango, Nebeday, Paraíso Blanco, Perla de la India, Pois Quénique, Sahjna, Saijan, Saijhan, Sajna, San Jacinto, Shagara al  Rauwaq, Shigru, Terebinto,Cham’mwanba, Kangaluni, Chamwamba Miracle Tree, Never Die tree but to name but a few.



Moringa, native to parts of Africa and Asia, is the sole genus in the flowering plant family Moringaceae. The name is derived from murungai/muringa, the Tamil/Malayam word for drumstick. The Genus contains 13 species from tropical and subtropical climates that range in size from tiny herbs to massive trees now found all over the world.  The most widely cultivated species is ,Moringa Oleifera a multipurpose tree native to the foothills of the Himalayas in northwestern India and cultivated throughout the tropics. M.stenopetala, an African species, is also widely grown, but to a much lesser extent than M. Oleifera.

There is a huge variety of ways to consume the Moringa but the most successful and tasty way is to include just one teaspoon of Moringa powder into a smoothie, yoghurt or enjoy over salads. It is not recommended that Moringa is cooked as temperatures over 47˚C destroy many phyto-nutrients including vitamins although most minerals survive. Of course the meals onto or into which the Moringa is added needs to conform to the eating plan you have been designed, but everybody can benefit from it…vegans, lactose intolerant, glucose intolerant, insulin resistant and persons with nut allergies to name a few. Because our Moringa products are GMO-free, nothing is added and nothing removed. All you are doing is using what mother nature gives in the best possible form and making it work for you.

Amino Acids

The Amino acid composition in Moringa is of significant mention.  As you know, Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and muscle tissue. They also play a major role in physiological processes relating to our energy, recovery, muscle and strength gain, and aid in weight loss. There are 20 amino acids naturally found in moringa oleifera of which 11 are said to be ESSENTIAL and they have to be supplied by the diet since the human body cannot synthesize them. Few foods are known to contain all 11 essential amino acids. Moringa does. The 11 essential amino acids are: tyrosine, histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, cysteine and valine. Moringa’s essential amino acids presence and digestibility scores are more than adequate when measured against the standards of World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) and United Nations Organization (UNO). Moringa Oleifera averages: 

Further to the above 11 Essential amino acids, our moringa contains a further 9 namely:  

Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid




Aspartic Acid

Glutamic Acid




Anti-inflammatory and Anti-oxidant content

Strenuous exercise can lead to breakdown of muscle tissue for use as an energy source, in a process known as gluconeogenesis. If not checked, this can lead to muscle shrinkage and injury. Free radicals can also stimulate the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines, which further inhibit the activity of growth hormones. One way to counteract this is by consuming a product such as Moringa, which contain antioxidants and anti-inflammatory bio-nutrients. Moringa will help protect the body after a workout and reduce inflammation to promote healing. This means you can get back to what you love doing, quicker.


Average anti-inflammatory composition of Green Gold Moringa products:




Vitamin C





Oleic acid










Omega 6

Omega 9


Vitamin A

Vitamin B1


Caffeoylquinic acid



Indole Acetic Acid


Omega 3







Anti-oxidant content


Average anti-oxidant composition of Green Gold Moringa products:

Ascorbic acid




Caffeoylquinic Acid





Indole Acetic Acid




Myristic Acid

Palmitic Acid








Gallic Acid

Vitamin E


















Vitamin content


Average vitamin composition of Green Gold Moringa products:

Vitamin A (Beta Carotene)

Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)

Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid)

Vitamin E (Alpha, Delta and Gamma Tocopherol)

Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)

Vitamin K

Vitamin B7 (Biotin)

Vitamin B3 (Niacin)

Vitamin B (Choline)

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)

Vitamin D

Mineral content

Average mineral composition of Green Gold Moringa products:























Microelements in Moringa

Average micro element composition of Green Gold Moringa products also includes:

Phytochemicals – 4-Alpha-L-Rhamnosyloxy-Sen, 4-Alpha-L-Rhamnosyloxy-Ben,

Fatty acids – Arschidic acid, Behenic acid, EFA Omega 3,6 and 9, Gadoleic Acid, Myristic Acid, Palmitic Acid, Palrnitolein Acid, Stearic Acid, oleic acid

Flavonols – Kaermpferal, Selenium, Quercetin

Rutin – Rutin is one of the phenolic compounds found in certain plants and contributes to the antibacterial properties of the plant.  Rutin is used in many countries as a medicine for blood vessel protection.  Furthermore, it has been shown to inhibit in vitro the vascular endothelial growth factor in subtoxic concentrations, so acts as an inhibitor of angiogenesis. This finding may have potential relevance for the control of some cancers.

Glycosides – 4-Alpha-L-Rhamnosyloxy-Sen, 4-Alpha-L-Rhamnosyloxy-Ben, Flucosinolates, Niazimicin, Niaziminims A & B, Niazinin A, Niazinin B, Rutin

Isoflavones and Sterols 28-Isoavenasterol, Brassicasterol, Campesterol, Clerosterol, Detla-7 & 14- Stimastanol, Delta-5-Avenasterol, Delta-7-Avenasterol, Ergostadienol, Stigmasterol,

Plant phenols – Caffeoylquinic Acid



As you can see, there is no other plant on earth as nutrient-dense as moringa…

Side effects of taking too much Moringa to start with…

 Try the recommended daily dose of the particular product and see how YOUR body reacts to it.  If you must, take less and build up to the recommended daily dose.  Each person’s system reacts differently and our recommended daily doses are according to the RDR as per the WHO.


If Moringa makes you nauseous you are taking too much… lower your intake and build up slower, or spread your intake over three meals. Three days will do it to see if your adjusted intake is working for you.



Moringa is very potent. The average person can take 2-3 teaspoons on an empty stomach with water to use it as a fast acting and natural laxative. Remember people differ so will the impact of how much you take.  Many use Moringa and an increased water intake to keep them regular – this does not require taking it on an empty stomach. If you get a runny tummy from Moringa, just reduce your dosage, or take it when your stomach has food in it.


Diarrhoea and Runny Stomach

NOTE that a high dose of Moringa is a laxative, especially on an empty stomach. This can also be due to the first week’s detox.  See it through, rehydrate and if the runny tummy remains, please reduce the dose as the client’s tummy may be too sensitive for some reason for the dose.  Maintain a higher dose for 3 weeks and then attempt a slight increase again.



If you take Moringa neat with water, or very little else to mix with, it can cause a heartburn-like sensation. If this happens to you, mix it with something thicker, or take it with food.

Moringa during pregnancy

It’s UNSAFE to use the root, bark or flowers of Moringa plants if you are pregnant or trying to fall pregnant.  Chemicals in them can make the uterus contract and this might cause you to not fall pregnant or cause a miscarriage.  There is not enough information available about the safety of using other parts of Moringa during pregnancy.  Stay on the safe side and avoid use.  Moringa is however beneficial for lactating moms from about 3 days after birth according to research that has been done.  It was found to increase breast milk production as a short term solution.  Some research suggest it is due to the multitude of vitamins and minerals, however, postnatal care is different for each person and it is suggested you check with your physician if you could use such a supplement yourself.  




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