Moringa Products You Should Try

Moringa is one super food you must try.  It beats oranges for Vitamin C content, bananas for potassium levels and milk for calcium density.  The good reviews you’ve probably been flooded with are not hype, they are scientifically documented.  To read more on the nutritional profile of moringa, click here. Photo Credit: zelmarq.wordpress.com Fresh Moringa… Read More Moringa Products You Should Try

Moringa Seed Oil Benefits

Moringa seed oil is the oil extracted from the mature seeds of the tropical wonder plant, Moringa oleifera. Also called ben oil or behen oil, moringa seed oil is a prized beautifying ingredient which possesses moisturizing, antibacterial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, nourishing and anti-aging properties. Moringa seeds are 40% oil, and the oil is composed most predominantly… Read More Moringa Seed Oil Benefits

Human Nature – My Treasure Trove of Organic Personal Care Products

One day, while searching online for a healthier alternative to my brand of mosquito repellent, I chanced upon Human Nature (HN), a line of affordable, natural and organic beauty products manufactured right here in the Philippines.  A quick tour through the website made me a convert.  Here are my thoughts. Human Nature is pro-Philippines.Human Nature… Read More Human Nature – My Treasure Trove of Organic Personal Care Products

Food From Various Parts of the Moringa Tree

I have just found out that many helpful things can be had from different parts of the Moringa oleifera tree.  The following is a rundown list, some of which I have personally tried and some which I am simply reporting here.Moringa leavesFresh moringa leaves.  You can strip moringa leaflets from the fern-like leaves and add them… Read More Food From Various Parts of the Moringa Tree

Moringa Oleifera or Malungggay

I have a bias towards cheap, locally available, easy-to-prepare and yet very powerful antioxidants.  Malunggay, scientifically known as Moringa oleifera, fits such description.Moringa is a ubiquituos backyard plant in the Philippines.  It requires very little water and soil nutrients and thus thrives even with very little care.  I grew up knowing that its leaves are… Read More Moringa Oleifera or Malungggay