How to use Moringa Leaf Powder

Posted by Wonderful Herbs on 12th Nov 2014

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