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Moringa Oleifera Organic Leaf Powder

The amazing Miracle tree has more than 90 nutrients, 46 antioxidants, 7x the Vit C of oranges, 4x the calcium of milk, 4x the Vit A of carrots, 3x the potassium of bananas & about 10% protein. I believe it has a huge future in the Aquarium industry!

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Moringa Oleifera Organic Leaf Powder

15ml test tube of dried Organic Moringa oelifera leaf powder.
There is currently not much information or research being done of using this terrestrial plant species in the Aquarium and Aquaculture industry, but I am certain that will change as time goes on!

I personally use this in my red and green food mixes, and in my Inforsuria Starter because the results I get are great.
On par or even better than Algae in some situations, and I strongly suggest you guys run your own experiments using this unique food source.

It is very nutrient dense making it great value, but be very careful not to overfeed.

It is normally know as the “Miracle tree” but botanically it is Moringa oleifera.
The leaf contains more than 90 different nutrients and 46 types of antioxidants!
It has 7x the Vitamin C in oranges, 4x the Calcium in milk, 4x the Vitamin A in carrots, 3x the Potassium in bananas and about 10% protein.

It stores very well, it is easy to measure and use as mini-critter food, and like I say, the results I get are pretty extraordinary, considering it is the leaf of an African tree, not at all an aquatic species.

Massively popular as a traditional food source in a heap of different places, and as such known by a heap of different names depending where in the world you are.

Here are a few of them.
Moringa Oelifera, Drumstick tree, Miracle tree, Ben Oil Tree, Malunggay, Horseradish tree, Dandalun, Árbol del ben, Acácia branca, Alim, Alsam tiga, Alsan-tüga, Amharigna Sheiferaw, Anambo, Anamorongo, Anid, Arabic Moringa, Arbre radis du cheval, Ardjian jirri, argentiga, Arjanayiiri, arzantiga, Arzan Tiiga, Arzan tiiga, Atiuwuse, Ayere, Babati, Babatsi, Bagaelean, Bagaruwar masar, Barambo, Behenbaum, Behenussbaum, Ben, Ben Oil Tree, Ben oléifère, benzolive, Benzolive, benzolivier, Bimoba Gambadua, Binêbeddai, Binêbeddaï, Boganja, Brède Mouroum, Bèn ailé, Cedra, Chakate, Cham’mwanba, Chamwamba, Comoros, Dagari Obnukuo, Daggai Paizlava, Dagomba Baganlua, Damgbe Kpokpotsor, Dandalun, Dangap, Dioula Ardjeneyiri, Drumstick tree, Drumstick tree, Drède mouroungue, Ekpoti, Ewe igable, Ewe igbále, Ewe ile, Ewe ile Agun, Ewele, Ewe oyibo, Felamirongo, Feliimorongo, Felikambo, Felikamoranga, fencepost wood, Flügelsaniger Bennussbaum, Foulfoulde Guiligandja, Fulani Gawara, Gambaduk, Gaware, Ghana Ewe Yevu-ti, Giddigna Aleko, Gigandjah, Giligandjahi, Gourmanche, Guilgandani, Gun ekwè kpatin, Haleko, Halim, Hausa Zingeridende, Hausa Zogalagandi, Hazomaromiserana, Horseradish tree, Idagbo monoye, Jevoti, Jirini, Jovoviti, kalor, Kamunggay, Kandjirini, Kangaluni, kelor, Konamarade, Konsoigna Shalchada, kopto, Koraukin zaila, Kotba, Kpajima, Kpano, Kpashima, Kpatima, Kpokpoti, Kpoti, Kpotowuzie, Krusaal Nasadua, la mu, Landihazo, Latj iri, lat mok, leaf, Legi-lakili, limaran, Madagascar Malagasy Anamambo, Mafa Gagawandalahai, maka, Malayalam, Malunggay, Mandara Djhire, Mandingue Nebèdayo, Manjirini, Manyieninu, Marango, ma rum, Marungo, Massa Jirini, Maula tengo, Mboga chungu, Mbula, Miracle tree, Mjungu moto, Mlonge, Mlongo, Molo-Kpoti, Morango, Moringa, Moringa Oelifera, Moringuiero, Moringy, Mother’s Best Friend, Moundang Naa-toukore, Mouroum, Mouroungue, Mpempu, Mpenba, Mpundi, Mronge, Mrongo, Munagachettu, Munagakaya, Mupulanga, Muringa, Muringakaya Muringakka, Murunga, Murungai Maram Murungai-kaai, Mushinga Saang, Muula, Mvungue, Mzungu, Mzunze, Mágurua maser, Nebeday, Nebèdaï, Nebôday, Neböday, Nedèdayo, Nemedayo, Neverday, Nevoidai, Nevoïdaï, Nevredayo, Nevrede, Nobodai, Noorggaee, Nsangoa, Nuggekayee, Nukunaya, Nupe Chigban Wawa, Nöbödaï, Okochi egbu, Oku-ghara-ite, Okwe olu, Okwe oyibo, Ornyyukuo, Oyibo Bwaba La-Banyu, Peul Guildandeni, Pferderettichbaum, Podoko Chabane, Pulaar Nebedaï, Radish tree, Rimin nacara, Rimin turawa, Rini maka, Ruwag, Sahjan, Sajana or Sujuna, Sajiwan, Samarin danga, Sap-Sap, Saragvo, Sara Kag n dongue, Segou Verdaye, Shagara al ruwag, Shagara zaki al moya, Shangoa, Shelagda, Shevga, Shiferaw, Shingo, Shipka hali, Shuka halinka, Shuwa Arabic Alim, Sijan, Sojina, Sojne danta, Sokoki Mborongi, Surajana, Swejan, Sàndalo ceruleo, Tekpinda, the tree for purifying, the tree of paradise, the tree which grows crazily, Tigrina, Toupouri Naa-nko, Uhe, West Indian ben, White mans tree, Windi-bundu, Windi Bundu, Windibundu, Yao Kalokola, Yevu-ti, Yevutsi, Yori ku-oununfa, Yoroguma, Yoruba Adagba malero, Yorwata, Yovo Kpati, Yovokpatin, Yovotin, yovo vigbe, Yovoviti, Yovoviti, Zakalanda, Zangala, Zogale, Zogall, Zogalla-gandi, etc…

It is very popular as a health supplement for humans, and I believe its popularity and use in the pet industry will massively increase as supplies become available.