The Dead Sea Soil and the Moringa Tree—

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Is Soil Important to Plant Nutrition?

We all know the saying, “You are what you eat.” Did you know this also applies to plant life? In simple terms, the minerals and nutrients in the soil are transferred to the plant and into their nutritional profile.

In typical farming methods, the soil is used over and over again, year after year, with no rest. This leads to soil exhaustion. Both the soil and the crops grown in it become depleted of nutrients. When the soil is exhausted, so too are the plants. This is why fruits and vegetables we typically purchase today are not as nutritious as they were generations ago.

As a result, the hunt for rich soil to produce a nutritional crop is on the rise. The Dead Sea has proven to be that mineral-rich soil.

There are three elements supplied by water and air that are essential for plant growth: carbon, oxygen and hydrogen.

The other essential elements needed are supplied to the plant through its root system from the soil. This is why soil health is so important. It provides nearly all of the macronutrients and micronutrients to the plant.

The macronutrients and micronutrients include:

  1. Nitrogen
  2. Phosphorus
  3. Potassium
  4. Calcium
  5. Magnesium
  6. Sulfur
  7. Iron
  8. Copper
  9. Zinc

These minerals allow for the growth of the moringa tree, which takes many of the health benefits of those minerals directly from the soil and transfers them into its leaves and seeds.

Though the moringa tree is native to the Himalayan Mountains in India, its healing properties have spread across the globe. Moringa is found to be an incredibly durable plant that can flourish in arid environments. We have seen it thrive in the Dead Sea soil—a soil known for its healing and therapeutic properties.

The moringa tree is often referred to as the “miracle tree” because of its rich nutrients. Moringa naturally produces anti-aging and anti-inflammatory benefits, as well as being rich in iron, and is also helpful in regulating blood sugar. Thus, when the incredible soil of the Dead Sea is added to it, the result is the best moringa product available.

Dead Sea Moringa contains 90 nutrients, 46 antioxidants, 18 amino acids, and 12 vitamins and minerals.
What this means for you? You can be sure you are getting the most nutrition available in a moringa product.  We plant our moringa trees in Dead Sea soil, bringing together the benefits of the plant AND the soil.

How do these nutrients impact your daily life? They increase focus, mental clarity and energy, just to name a few. The truth is, we cannot simply go to our local supermarket and purchase the first supplement we see knowing it will provide what it claims.

We need to do our homework. Buying moringa from a reputable company that puts time and energy into growing their product ensures that you are getting what you pay for. Want to know more about Dead Sea Moringa benefits? Contact us today!


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