Our Moringa Honey is as delicious as it is super nutritious, and is blessed with a very smooth texture. We use fair trade, ethically produced, organic honey from Zambia, which is then infused with Moringex®Moringa extract. Two highly nutritious foods come together to produce one ultimate super food. You reap both the benefits of Moringa and honey all at once, in one delicious mouthful of Moringa Honey.


Here are some of the combined health benefits of Moringa and Honey:

Benefits of Moringa:

  1. Moringa leaves when eaten can assist in combating anaemia, as it contains three times more iron than spinach.
  2. Moringa helps in balancing the cholesterol levels in the body.
  3. Essential Amino acids are also found in Moringa.
  4. Moringa has high amounts of essential fatty acids (EFA’s), especially omega-3. EFA’s are beneficial for the development and function of the brain and nervous system, regulate thyroid and adrenal activity, block tumour formation, assist with cellular development and formation of healthy cell membranes, thin the blood which can prevent blood clots that lead to heart attacks and stroke. They also have anti-inflammatory qualities that can relieve symptoms of arthritis and autoimmune diseases.  EFA’s regulate blood pressure, strengthen the immune system, improve liver function, break down cholesterol. Deficiencies in EFA’s has been shown to create skin problems, eczema, dandruff, weak nails that split and brittle hair.
  5. Moringa is also said to balance sugar levels, hence it is helpful in the fight against diabetes.
  6. The body’s natural defence mechanism increases with the consumption of Moringa in the daily diet pattern. Since it is an immunity-stimulant, it is prescribed for AIDS-afflicted patients.
  7. Moringa leaves can be consumed to stimulate metabolism.
  8. Moringa can improve digestion.
  9. It is a nutrition booster and is known to promote a feeling of well-being in people.
  10. If you are looking for non-sugar based energy, then Moringa leaves is the answer. Thus, it can also help in the weight-loss process.
  11. The cell structure of the body is stimulated by the Moringa leaves.
  12. It is especially useful for lactating mothers. The consumption of Moringa has shown dramatic increase in the quantity of breast milk.
  13. Moringa has intrinsically effective anti-bacterial properties.
  14. The paste of the Moringa leaves has qualities that can beautify the skin.
  15. Moringa protects the liver and kidneys.
  16. According to Optima of Africa, Ltd., a group that has been working with the tree in Tanzania, “25 grams daily of Moringa Leaf Powder will give a child the following recommended daily allowances: Protein 42%, Calcium 125%, Magnesium 61%, Potassium 41%, Iron 71%, Vitamin A 272%, and Vitamin C 22%.” These numbers are particularly astounding; considering this nutrition is available when other food sources may be scarce.

Benefits of Honey:

  1. Retains Calcium in Body:  Honey helps to retain calcium in the body which is especially important for women after the menopause when loss of calcium can lead to osteoporosis.
  2. Arthritis and Rheumatism:  Honey contains a significant amount of potassium which helps to balance acid accumulation in the body, which makes it very useful for sufferers from arthritis and rheumatism.
  3. Prevents Cancer and Heart Disease:  Honey contains antioxidants and flavonoids which help reduce the risk of some cancers, heart disease and diabetes.
  4. Decreases incidence of ulcers and other gastrointestinal disorders: Recent research has shown that honey may help the treatment of ulcers, indigestion (dyspepsia) and bacterial gastroenteritis. This is due to honey’s anti-bacterial properties.
  5. Anti-Bacterial and Anti-Fungal properties: Honey has anti-bacterial properties due to an enzyme which creates hydrogen peroxide.
  6. Improves Athletic Performance: Honey has been shown that it is better in maintaining glycogen levels and improving recovery time than other sweeteners.
  7. Decreases Cough and Throat Irritation: In a study done with 110 children, buckwheat honey in particular was shown that it was just as effective as a single dose of dextromethorphan in relieving a cough and allowing peaceful sleep.
  8. Stabilizes Blood Sugar Levels: Honey contains nature’s perfect combination of fructose and glucose which helps to regulate the body’s blood sugar levels. Some honey’s have a low hypoglycaemic index which do not spike your blood sugar. Honeys with the lowest glycaemic index (GI) are usually Monofloral (honey which is made from a single plant species) and raw, unprocessed. The more processed it is the higher its glycaemic index.
  9. As A Sweetener: As a carbohydrate, honey supplies 64 kilocalories/268 kilojoules of energy per tablespoon (21 grams). Honey is sweeter than table sugar, sucrose, due to its high fructose content. On overage honey is 1 to 1.5 times sweeter than sucrose on a dry weight basis. Liquid honey is approximately as sweet as sugar, yet it contains only 82.4 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams (as opposed to 100 g/100 g for sucrose) and provides only 304 kilocalories per 100 g (versus 400 Kcal for sucrose). Therefore honey is a healthier option than table sugar as a sweetener.
  10. Heals Wounds and Burns: Honey has been found to be as successful as silver sulfadiazine in the treatment of burns and wounds as an external application. The reason for this is the combination of the honey’s drying effect due to the simple sugars and the honey’s antibacterial properties.
  11. Probiotic: Raw, unprocessed honey contains large amounts of probiotics which are the friendly bacteria beneficial for keeping the intestines healthy, assist in digestion and also help maintain a strong immune system. Depending on the honey it may contain up to 6 species of lactobacilli and 4 species of bifidobacteria.
  12. Beautiful Glowing Skin:  Honey is nourishing and a wonderful moisturizer for the skin. Its anti-bacterial and antioxidant properties help combat spots and create a youthful complexion.