From organic and quality growth from Moshav Hatzeva in the Arava desert. This is in contrast to much of the moringa marketed worldwide, which is imported from the Far East and undergoes irradiation and sometimes, the application of chemicals; some powders contain leaves that have not been ground properly and may scratch the digestive tract. Also, the conditions of desert growth with much sunlight, may increase the content of the plant's antioxidant flavonoids (see: Takai, Zakiyyu, 2019. An Effect of Light Intensity on the Total Flavonoid and Phenolic Content of Moringa Oleifera. Journal of Tomography System and Sensor Application1. 19.)
Moringa leaves are very rich in protein, as well as:
Vitamins: A, B, C.
Important antioxidant flavonoids, such as quercetin and many more
They are considered to help balance sugar levels, improve bowel movements and protect the body.
Half a teaspoon in a glass of warm water, up to twice a day with or before meals.
You can mix a teaspoon of powder with tehini, smoothies, dairy products and salads.