Moringa is called a miracle tree in India due to its nutritional properties. This cake, which involves moringa powder, is as delicious as it is attractive. You could eat it for breakfast or an afternoon chai. It can also be toasted and served for dessert with whipped cream and blueberries. Oil-based cakes are so much more moist than butter based cakes, and this one keeps for about 3-4 days at room temperature, with its flavors only improving over time. Continue Reading

Some of the benefits of drinking alkaline water over plain water include supporting digestion, strengthening bones, weight loss, keeping the body and skin hydrated along with other anti-ageing and detoxifying properties A famous Slovakian proverb states that "Pure water is the world's first and foremost medicine", this says a lot about the importance of pure water in our lives. Water is not only our necessity for survival but also it is an important aspect of hygiene and wellness. Not only does water have several health benefits such as regulating the body temperature, lubricating body joints but also it is responsible for our very existence. Over the years, we have seen the levels of water contamination rise due to several natural and man-made factors which have led to several health issues for the consumers. Having said that, we are seeing a paradigm shift

Move over, matcha—there's a new(ish) green powder in town. Moringa powder has become a popular addition to drinks and foods, thanks to its rich nutrient profile. It has also found its way into the skin care world, where both the powder and oil are revered for their skin-friendly properties. Even the ancient Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks used moringa for skin issues and maintenance. Below, you'll find five ways Moringa can benefit your complexion, along with a face mask recipe: 1. It boosts your skin's natural collagen formation. Moringa is remarkably high in vitamin C—having about seven times more than oranges, in fact. This is great news for your skin, which needs the vitamin to naturally produce collagen. "[Vitamin C] helps boost collagen production and cell turnover," shares Nicole Simpson, aesthetician, biochemist, and founder of Amethyst Skincare. This supports the skin's ability to self-repair and maintain its healthy youth, she notes.  Vitamin C is essential