November 7, 2012

Did You know about Moringa?

Belles and Beaus, 

This week I decided to write about a NEW and incredibly nutrient rich natural resource, Moringa.

Moringa is one of the richest sources of essential nutrients often lacking in people's diets. Experts agree that the long-term solution to malnutrition is the use of foods rich in the essential nutrients often lacking in people's diets ( Modern scientific research is proving that Moringa leaves are one of the richest sources of such nutrients. 
Find Moringa in Yamerra's NEW Rejuvenating Hair and Body Oil

Yamerra has a BRAND NEW product, Yamerra's Rejuvenating Green Tea Hair and Body Oil, exclusive for the holidays too! Have you tried it? It is highly moisturizing and enrichening with fresh nutrients and herbs such as She butter oil, rosemary, green tea, lemongrass and olive oil. It is a little over eight full ounces (8oz) of luxurious Hair and Body Oil for $49.00. It has a shelf life of 2 years, and long lasting enough to use for about 12-15 weeks and comes with a FREE oil dropper to make sure none of it goes to waste in over application or spillage.

See Yamerra's Green Tea Hair and Body Oil circled in Yellow at our Soho location: 684 Broadway, NY 10012 Th-Su 11a-8p.

Please Stop By to Snag a Jar Soon, it makes for such an Eco-friendly treat for self or loved ones:

684 Broadway & Great Jones
NY NY 10012
Th-Su 11a-8p

The ground Moringa leaves in the product are full of essential disease-preventing nutrients:
  • Vitamin A, which acts as a shield against eye disease, skin disease, heart ailments, diarrhea, and many other diseases.
  • Vitamin C, fighting a host of illnesses including colds and flu.
  • Calcium, which builds strong bones and teeth, and helps prevent osteoporosis.
  • Potassium, essential for the functioning of the brain and nerves.
  • Proteins, the basic building blocks of all our body cells.
 Moringa leaves compared to common foods

Values per 100gm. edible portion



Other Foods

Vitamin A
6780 mcg
Carrots: 1890 mcg
Vitamin C
220 mg
Oranges: 30 mg
440 mg
Cow's milk: 120 mg
259 mg
Bananas: 88 mg
6.7 gm
Cow's milk: 3.2 gm
from Nutritive Value of Indian Foods,
by C. Gopalan, et al.

1 comment:

  1. This is very beneficial and I am very glad that I came across here. My mother will surely like it. Thank you for sharing.