The fresh Organic Turmeric harvest is coming now…February/March/April is harvest time, Organic Turmeric from Cambodia.
Turmeric is called “rmiet” in Cambodia.
Freshly harvested Organic Turmeric
What are the Organic Moringa with Organic Turmeric benefits: An active compound within turmeric is Curcumin “Curcumin is a very powerful anti-inflammatory agent,” said Professor Manohar Garg, director of the nutraceuticals research program at the University of Newcastle.
Because inflammation is linked to a range of chronic conditions and diseases, among them arthritis, Alzheimer’s and heart disease, researchers argue Curcumin could help reduce the risk of those diseases by limiting inflammation in the body……
Moringa is full of healthy micro-nutrients, the many studies and proofs are an example of this.
Dr. Carrie Waterman from the University of California at Davis has been studying Moringa for several years and published a report last summer comparing the anti-inflammatory properties of Moringa to those of turmeric and found that Moringa is more potent than turmeric. https://www.today.com/food/healthy-food-trends-2018-t120107
Growing more trees like Moringa can be called a game changer by an individual towards saving humanity.
When our new factory is complete finished a newer, more nice picture is coming….
The Moringa year 2017 is almost over, what has happened a lot.
With all the up and downs a good year.
-Much invested in expansion … -We have done a lot of research …
Our New automatic controlled temperature Cold Press Oil Expelled machine for the finest Oil
High Capacity Powder machine for the highest quality
Much invested in expansion: new more advanced machines, expansion capacity, include a new state of the art “Full automatic controlled temperature, air and humidity drying machine”. More ha organic Moringa trees, implements BRC food safety certification, fair trade and more education to farmers in the field of organically ecologically responsible farming, agricultural machinery and our own machines technique / maintenance and repair and quality improvement of processes.
We have done a lot of research: in different areas this year 2017 together with our quality team and thank the students of the HAS University of the Netherlands and ISTOM of France who have made a great contribution to this, where we can offer our customers a clear higher standard.
We thank all our customers for their trust.
Looking forward, the Moringa year 2018 looks good.
2018 will be dominated by a lot of education: -to our existing and new farmers -A technical knowledge extension on the farm and in our factory -Quality improvement in all areas. And therefore BRC Food safety certification and Fair Trade stand for 2018.
Moringa 2017-2018: We are ready for 2018! We wish everyone happy holidays and a very good and healthy 2018 and we hope to see you again in 2018.
We researched many years how to dry Moringa leaves, now we know more…
We have ever started drying leaves outside because we didn’t know better ….
Then from washing machine dryers to gas dryers, layer dryers to automated dry machines with temperature, air and moisture control. We have learned a lot to where we are now and we learn every day. There is only one way, testing, testing and testing until you have achieved the desired result …. but test on which?
Customers like long shelf life, beautiful green color leaves (powder), tasty taste and high nutritional value for a reasonable price.
What does the customer want or demands? You can test for long shelf life, you can test for nutritional value, you can test on beautiful color, taste or test on a nice average …
There have been several studies on the drying of Moringa leaves, which we are all very pleased with, because there are lots of things to learn, but there should be more, we can use so much information. But you have to do it yourself, self-learning and self-knowledge and exploit its capabilities and optimize, only then are you able to each specific customer requirement.
So we start testing with different drying machines, different times, different temperatures, constant humidity measurement, nutritional value, taste, color, shelf life and cost price of any final product.
This is your Moringa end product.
If there are people wondering why we don’t report the results here, I do not mind if some things are copied but I’ve been working on it for a long time and still working on it …..
Moringa similar to powdered milk at a fraction of the cost.
The potential of Moringa is far greater than your local cold-pressed juice counter. Moringa is not only exceptionally drought-resistant but its leaves have a huge amount of protein, about 30 percent dry weight.
Kale and Matcha have long since ruled the supergreens kingdom. But recently, a powerful new grassy-hued food has started making waves as an even healthier alternative. Moringa oleifera, also known as horseradish tree because of the pungent, bitter flavor of the roots, is a tree native to India, Pakistan, and Nepal. You may have noticed the catchy name, which sounds more like a salsa dance move than a superfood, cropping up as an ingredient in smoothies, juices, and booster shots at health food shops nationwide. Some have already called Moringa, with its seemingly endless list of benefits, the next big supergreen of 2017. But while it may strike the average green-juice–swigging American as new, the nutrient-packed plant has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years.
Mark Olson, a professor of evolutionary biology at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, who has studied Moringa for more than 20 years. “Moringa is not only exceptionally drought-resistant but its leaves have a huge amount of protein, about 30 percent dry weight, similar to powdered milk at a fraction of the cost. With so much of the global population facing protein-energy malnutrition, a protein-rich food that grows well in a drought-prone area of high population density is very important,” says Olson.
“What is really exciting about Moringa is that it provides needed nutrition and ‘nutraceutical’ effects for people in places where these things are really needed,” says Olson.
On the complete opposite side of the spectrum, today many Americans are considered to be overfed but undernourished, sometimes suffering from micronutrient deficiency as a result. In these reverse situations, Moringa could also be used as a similarly beneficial nutritional supplement in nations where calories are readily available but which class someone is in too often determines access to nutritious food.
Moringa at Cambodia is coming. It offers perfect conditions for Moringa trees.
The organic Moringa value chain is an ideal crop since it grows year around, it supplements the daily meal with important minerals and vitamins. As Moringa is in most Western Countries a new product the market demand is growing rapidly.
It’s BACA-VILLA long term business interest to support the farmers and people in the rural Cambodia with measurements that they will be able to keep their land and provide a better life in terms of income, housing, hygiene, health and welfare.
Cambodia has one of the highest levels of forest cover in the region this makes it rich in natural resources and biological diversity – among the bio-richest countries in Southeast Asia. It offers perfect conditions for Moringa trees.
Moringa at Cambodia offers perfect conditions for cultivate Moringa trees not only the forest also the climate is excellent, Cambodia is located in Southeast Asia in the tropical zone, just 10-13 degrees north off the equator. Furthermore >than 60% of the population is working in the agriculture and because the soil is from excellent high quality, the Moringa tree likes it here very much, which also means it stimulates the agriculture economy for the farmers.
Moringa Stenopetala, Moringa Hildebrandtii, Moringa Drouhardii and the Moringa Oleifera.
Characteristics of seeds and kernels of Moringa-species.
A research from, Department of Livestock Sciences, Research Institute of Organic Agriculture, Frick, Switzerland.
The family Moringaceae is monogeneric and has 13 Moringa species See the list here. Moringa Oleifera, has more records of various kinds of research in scientific databases than of all the other 12 species combined. It has been found that all parts of Moringa Oleifera can be used. For medicinal purposes, all parts of the plant (roots, leaves, seeds, bark, gum and flower) have been used to treat a multitude of diseases and deficiencies (Anwar et al., 2007).
Seed and leaf material from four different Moringa species were collected from all kind of countries to analyses them on Proximate Composition, Amino and Fatty Acid Profiles and Element Compositions.
Very interesting is to see the below table, the necessary amount of leaf dry matter intake (g) to cover 15% of the daily requirement of a child for the given nutrient of Moringa leaves. Requirement values from Golden (2009), with data from FAO where available, otherwise data from other sources (e.g. Institute of Medicine, IOM).