Frequently Asked Questions
Organic moringa powder is the product of milling the dried leaves of the moringa oleifera leaves into a fine powder, of which you can add to your favorite meals or beverages.
A. On average users will start feeling the benefits in between 4 to 7 days depending on dosage. Initially you may undergo a detoxification effect due to Moringa’s high amount of chlorophyll as it removes toxins. Initially the detox effects may include a headache, upset stomach, or nausea. That is a curative effect. Each person is unique and responds differently to Moringa, but most experience many varied health benefits.
Our small farm is located in Jaffna, Srilanka. We are not making commercial large scale production or farming. We make the small scale high quality moringa powder in a stringent quality control and Certified Organic requirements environment.
Yes! We are 100% Certified Organic Moringa Powder. Our experienced natural loving farm family members are involved in everyday operation in the field. We never sprayed any chemical to the plant for pest control. We never used any synthetic chemical as fertilizer.
We have a full time employee who starts the work every day early morning to control the weed by mechanical weed eater type machine. They also used by hand manual method. The weeds are sold to farm animal growers.
We are using green chilly, neem tree oil, ginger extract and more natural mixers to spray on the leaves when we see any pest activity. We also completely cut the branches to eliminate the initial activity of the pests.
Jaffna is located in Tropical Island of Northern Srilanka. The average temperature is near 30 degrees. We never use any dehydrator or energy use heating method. We have natural sun light glass rooms which filter the ultra violet and allow the temperature. This natural slow drying process keep the maximum contents of the nutrition.
Moringa Oleifera is known by over 200 names in many different countries, which adds to its anonymity. It is usually the product of tropical and sub-tropical countries, where the hardy plant survives well and provides sustenance to native people and children suffering from malnutrition. As a result, this product has not been commercially farmed and produced on an industrial scale. However, it is incorporated into many commercial formulas for nutritional supplements and the oil is used in many well-known luxury cosmetic brands.