Dried Moringa leaves are an excellent substitute for fresh leaves. Dried Moringa leaves can be used in just about any way that fresh leaves can be used. The most nutrient-dense types of Moringa leaves are organic and dried slowly under low temperatures, which helps preserve delicate compounds.
How to use: Add it to salads, soups, or your favorite chicken, fish, or shrimp dishes at the end of the cooking cycle. The dry leaf reconstitutes with the liquids or dressings and takes on the appearance of the fresh leaf. Dry leaf does not have to be cooked very long, just five to ten minutes at most. Just add 1/4 to 1/2 cup and stir.
Recommended Usage: Moringa extracts might help treat some stomach disorders, such as constipation, gastritis, and ulcerative colitis. The antibiotic and antibacterial properties of moringa may help inhibit the growth of various pathogens, and its high vitamin B content helps with digestion.