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How to use Moringa Powder?

Moringa Oleifera is called "the miracle tree" because moringa leaves contain insane levels of nutrients. One tablespoon of moringa powder contains more nutritional value then a giant mountain of Spinach. Moringa powder is a natural energy booster too.

Moringa Powder is a true nutritional powerhouse that the whole family will enjoy, Wayanaden's Organic Moringa Powder is cultivated with care by organic farmers in Kerala's Wayanad.

Moringa Powder is a rich source of plant protein, rich in fibre and is a source of vitamins and minerals including iron, calcium.

Stir it into your water

Hot or cold H2O works, though it might go down easiest in warm water mixed with a little lemon and honey.

Add in any curry or sabzi

Add moringa in any curry or sabzi you make at home. DO NOT COOK WITH MORINGA! Cooking Moringa powder will kill all its enzymes, chlorophyll and nutrient density of the plant. Always use it in its natural RAW form. Ones your curry or sabzi is ready, just mix 1 teaspoon of moringa in it. (1 teaspoon of moringa in sabzi or curry that serves 2).

Mix it into smoothies

Adding moringa—whether it be in powder or whole-leaf form—is worth adding, due to its nutritional punch. It blends extra well with green smoothies.

Sprinkle it into soups

You can sprinkle moringa powder into any liquid recipe.

Bake it into…anything

Moringa powder can also be tossed into just about any baked good, but since it will turn the item green, some recipes may fare aesthetically better than others. Chocolate brownies or muffins, zucchini bread (it’s already green!), and anything involving mint are all good choices to start.

Green up your guacamole/ pasta / noodles / oats

You know what else moringa’s a match for? Avocados! Mix moringa into your favorite guacamole recipe for an added antioxidant boost. You can even sprinkle moringa powder in your pasta or noodles or oats porridge or with coconut milk and chia seeds.

Shake it into salad dressing

Moringa can be easily stirred into store-bought or homemade salad dressing.

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