How our Moringa powder is produced

Moringa Production

How is our Moringa powder produced?

Harvest and Drying

Our supplier‘s plantation contains 8,5 ha and has 13.500 Moringa trees. The trunks are cut back as soon as a tree has reached 1.70 m. The cut branches are transported to a storage house on the farm where the leaves are carefully removed and then spread out to dry in a nearby dark room.

Moringa Harvest and Drying: Moringa Seeds, Moringa Trees, Defoliation of the branches
Moringa Seeds | Moringa Trees | Defoliation of the branches

As soon as the moisture is out of the leaves, they can then go into a drying room where they are dried at a constant temperature of 38°C until the residual moisture is 6 % max, during which time the leaves are regularly turned over to enable equal and better drying. Moringa leaves are checked by hand at the beginning and with a metal detector at the end for the presence of any foreign bodies.

Dispatch and Pulverisation

The dried leaves are finally put into suitable sacks and moved to a protected storage area after being given a batch number. When all the documentation is completed they are exported to Europe. The leaves are then microbiolgoically examined for heavy metals and pesticides and then pulverised to a fine powder using a special mill.




We obtain our Moringa from Africa (Kenya, Namibia, Tanzania).

Moringa Blätter Rohstoffe direkt vom Erzeuger - faire Preise unterstützen die Farmer


We buy our raw products direct from the suppliers, pay fair prices and support the farmer.

Please contact us if you have any questions,
your AMAZONAS Team.