What Makes Us Different?

Dead Sea Moringa is not just a health and wellness supplement, it is an environmental and humanitarian tool used for fighting malnutrition across the globe.

Our story began in 2011 when we discovered the amazing additional health benefits of the moringa oleifera plant when grown in the mineral-rich soil of the Dead Sea region.

Produced at the Dead Sea, Israel

Moringa, considered by many as the most nutrient rich plant food source found on earth, naturally contains Nutrients, including Vitamins and Minerals, Antioxidants, and all of the Essential Amino Acids.*

Reported Benefits of Dead Sea Moringa Consumption

There are a number of benefits associated with the consumption of Moringa:

  • Support for Healthy Joints*
  • Immune System Support*
  • Cleansing of the body’s internal organs and systems*
  • Balancing of the thyroid glands function*
  • Support for healthy gums*
  • Natural replacement for dark leafy green vegetables when they are unavailable or unpalatable*

A Natural Food Source

Moringa is an ancient plant humans have used for thousands of years both holistically and as a highly potent natural food source. Dead Sea Moringa has many unique, enriched properties because of the quality of the soil in the Dead Sea region.

Among the many holistic and nutritional benefits that Dead Sea Moringa holds, it also creates increased energy, immune system strength, mental focus, and increased milk production for nursing mothers. For a full list of benefits please click here.

Buy One Get One Tree

Through our Buy One Get One Tree

 campaign, Dead Sea Moringa fights

malnutrition by planting one moringa

tree for every bottle sold!

At Dead Sea Moringa, we are committed to humanitarian aid projects throughout the world, in part because moringa has been shown to curb malnutrition in as little as three months, making it a powerful tool in the fight against malnutrition worldwide. To that end, we have partnered with Trees for the Future to plant moringa trees in over 19 countries where hunger and malnourishment are claiming hundreds of thousands of victims.