Organically raised Moringa

Aloha!

I am growing Moringa. My disclaimer is I'm not certified organic, I'm just a friend making homemade dried Moringa into powder and putting it in Ziploc bags so no cutesy fancy Packaging. There are a couple of tiny little stems that may be in the powder but with my equipment I just can't get it any finer. This is quite a time-consuming process. I was so disheartened when I looked on Amazon and saw the price of Moringa until I saw it was from China and then I saw the price of organic USA and it made me feel a little bit better about my time spent. So I would like to offer this as a love offering donation plus shipping cost which I believe is going to be around $5 for 8 oz. Only US shipping. I am happy to put this in a vacuum sealed bag for longer term storage. It is quite a miraculous plant!

Here to our health!

❌⭕❤
Cecily

Listing created Oct 17, 2022

Public discussion (5)

Ruth Amanda

1 month ago

Hey Cecily, I would love to get some moringa from you. When was it harvested? What a labor of love! I am wondering if there is anything you'd like from me (computer help, tech help, website help, EMF mitigation help)?

Ruth Amanda

1 month ago

I liked looking at the comments in this video from this YTber I know:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhD9C89hrqk

Ruth Amanda

1 month ago

Now I'm looking into if I can grow moringa this way in greenhouses in zone 6, or as an annual! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3qViky5I68

Ruth Amanda

1 month ago

Wow check out this website with a Moringa Map and free manual! https://growmoringa.com/p/moringa-map

Cecily Reading

1 month ago

Dear Ruth! Aloha!

Yes! Moringa is easy to grow in my warm wet Florida climate! I have seen the video with the commercial grower and also I follow Dr Berg! I don't think I saw the one he did on Moringa though! To answer your question, this batch was harvested in late August!

I'm happy your excited to learn about it! I'm going to make some "real food" power treat balls tomorrow, I plan on adding a bit of Moringa and also use the ground stevia plant I grew! Fingers crossed! I am not an avid Gardener I'm just doing it! Fake it, until I make it! What doesn't work I correct and continue either try again or move on to something else!

Your my first response , thanks for helping me figure things out! I'd Like to find the send button now! Lol

Where do you live?

Here's to our health and happiness!

Cecily

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