Moringa oleifera, a plant of the family Moringaceae. The plant does best where temperature ranges from 25 to degrees C (77 to 104 degrees F). Moringa is common all over the tropics and has numerous substances such as vitamins, enzymes, amino acids, fats, minerals, specific phytochemicals (plant-derived), each with specific importance and numerous applications in healing and nutrition. Moringa contains more vitamin C than oranges, three times the iron of spinach, and four times the calcium found in milk. Combine this with significant amounts of proteins and oils, a great taste, and the presence of beneficial antioxidants and anti-inflammatory substances and you will come to understand why they called this plant the “Miracle Tree”. Feeding your animals with Moringa leaves and green stems can increases cattle’s weight gain up to 32% and increases milk production 43-65%. Moringa also improves the digestibility of other food that cattle eats and improves the health of your animal. Just type in “Moringa The tree of life or view some of the information on the last page of this presentation.
The farm is located in Guanacaste, Costa Rica on 182 acres with the perfect climate, less than 20 minutes to the Liberia International Airport which is now under going a 10 million dollar expansion, much devoted to cargo.. The current owner has only developed 30% of the farm and is harvesting leaves only at this time. The farm has just begun production of ground Moringa powder which is in high demand in Canada and the United States. Green Houses, tractors, all processing equipment, processing buildings & refrigeration, irrigation equipment, workers quarters are included in the purchase price. The expansion to produce Moringa powder in bulk, soaps, lotions, capsules and oil can easily be accomplished on this rich soil farm with the remaining 70% of land. 100% pure with no additives, fillers or pesticides used. The current owners will provide training and seeds to fill the complete farm with trees.
Amino Acids in Moringa
Plants are an important source of proteins, but most plants actually supply the units making up the proteins – the amino acids. Proteins are digested by the gastro-intestinal system and then cut into smaller, simpler units (amino acids) that can be absorbed through the walls of the intestines and used by the body. Since proteins and other nitrogen-containing substances are continuously depleted and rebuilt, they must be replaced by a continuous supply of amino acids from the diet.
There are 20 amino acids present in the human body’s structures. Of those, 9 are known to be ESSENTIAL; they have to be supplied by the diet since the human body cannot synthesize them, as it does with the other 11 amino acids. Few foods, like Moringa, are known to contain all 9 essential amino acids. The 9 essential amino acids are: histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan and valine. Moringa’s essential amino acids presence and digestibility scores are more than adequate when measured against the standards of World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) and United Nations Organization (UNO) for small children, the most at-risk population group when it comes to proteins in food.
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So what makes Moringa so good for you and your pets?
Vitamin A (4X more than Carrots)
Vitamin B2 (50X more than Sardines)
Vitamin C (7X more than Oranges)
Vitamin E (3X more than Spinach)
Calcium (4X more than Milk)
Iron (30X more than Spinach)
Zinc (6X more than Almonds)
Potassium (3X more than Bananas)
Dietary Fiber (4X more than Oats)
Protein (2x more than Cows Milk)
Contains 18 Amino Acids, 9 essential Amino Acids
Website reference: http://herbladyisintoday.blogspot.com/2012/10/5-reasons-to-give-your-pets-moringa.html
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