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How to use Moringa Leaf Powder

Moringa leaf powder can be added to just about anything you eat. It is a food, therefore, there is no “recommended” dosage.

Roughly, seven pounds of fresh Moringa leaves, will make one pound of Moringa leaf powder. 7 lbs. fresh = 1 lb. ground and dried. Most people will use between 1 teaspoon and 1 tablespoon daily. Some people may use a lot more than that. Use your body as your indicator. Since dried Moringa leaves make a very “potent” powder, you should go s-l-o-w-l-y. Start out with a small amount, and increase it over time.
Moringa leaf powder can be effectively added to or used on:
– Smoothies            
– Cole slaw          
– Salad dressing    
– Split pea soup      
– Garlic butter          
– Muffins            
– Chip Dip                   
– Pancakes
– Mashed potatoes  
– Potato pancakes
– Bread mixes
– Milk shakes (Oh, yes, it can! Especially to mint chocolate chip.)
– Pizza sauce
– Spaghetti sauce
– Baked potatoes
– Sliced tomatoes
– Herb teas
– Mayonnaise
– Cooked brown rice
– Vegetable Dip
– Green sauces.
– Guacamolé
– Casseroles
– Popcorn: just sprinkle it on, after the butter, and add sea salt if desired
– Pizza – as a topping
– Scalloped potatoes
– Garlic bread
– Corn bread
– Oatmeal
– Minestrone
– Cream of spinach soup
– Cream of broccoli soup
– Peanut butter
– Fruit juices
– Bruschetta
– Chicken Soup
– Cocktail Sauce
– Creamed vegetables
… and many more. The possibilities are endless. You will find ways to enjoy the goodness. Oh, so many ways.
Moringa leaf powder can also be used to make Moringa tea. However, the hot water poured upon the leaf powder will result in the loss of some important nutrients. It is better to ingest the whole leaf powder.
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Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is one of the most common herbal remedies. It is grown and used around the world. It is an active ingredient in many herbal remedies, shampoos and soaps. This succulent can be grown anywhere, even as a houseplant in the window. Aloes are drought resistant, taking in water very easily and losing moisture very slowly.

 Parts Used: leave, gel, juice (the latex of the leave is a powerful laxative, which can cause diarrhea and intestinal cramps, use only under the guidance of a physician)

 Properties: drink juice for internal conditions, apply gel externally, soothing, cooling, antiseptic, antifungal, relieves inflammation, soothes muscle spasm, purifies the blood, cleanses the liver, apply fresh gel to burns, sunburn, ringworm, cuts, acne, eczema, wrinkles, areas of dry itchy skin, fresh gel  can give skin a healthy glow, use as a mouthwash for sore gums

Fresh leaves will keep and can be used again. They store well in the refrigerator or freezer.