Dead Sea Moringa Review
Moringa has been used for it’s healing properties for thousands of years. New supplements are being formulated daily using this powerful extract. As the name implies, Dead Sea Moringa is grown and harvested in the mineral-rich Dead Sea. The manufacturers proclaim that this supplement immediately helps with concentration, increases energy, boosts the immune system, promotes weight loss and overall general health and can be used as a natural replacement for leafy green vegetables.
Today review Dead Sea Moringa and research all the facts to see if this product is effective.
- Moringa Oleifera Leaf Powder – 620mg
- Modified Cellulose
- Rice Flour
- Magnesium Stearate
Moringa originates from the Himalayas and is extracted from the Moringa tree. Moringa extract is a powerful nutrient-dense superfood filled with antioxidants, calcium, vitamin c, protein, and Iron. Dead Sea Moringa claims to contain 100% pure Moringa extract, however, when taking a closer look at the supplement facts, the formula contains binders such as rice flour and modified cellulose. Using additional binders modifies the purity and quality of the Moringa extract. The product may not be very effective due to the affected purity of the Moringa extract.
The suggested dosage is 1-2 capsules twice a day. If you are taking 1 tablet twice a day the amount of Moringa you will ingest is 620 mg and if you take 2 tablets twice a day the Moringa intake is 1240 mg. This seems to be an unbalanced dosage that is either too high or too low. Research suggests that the effective dosage of Moringa extract should be 1200mg.
Dead Sea Moringa is available in 60 and 120 capsule bottles. The 60 capsule bottle retails for $24.95 and the 120 capsules retail for $44.95. Dead Sea Moringa can be purchased directly on their website. There are no discounts available per unit, there are only monthly subscription based specials available. The monthly fee for the 60 capsule bottle is $19.95 and the 120 capsule bottle is $24.95 monthly. This comes with a 30 day free trial period. Consumers should be wary of this option as you are tied into a subscription and once the company has your credit card details, your account may be debited for extra unnecessary fees. It is advisable that you don’t select this option and check that it is not automatically selected when on the checkout page.
Dead Sea Moringa does state in its return policy that it offers a 30-day money back guarantee to consumers who are unsatisfied with the product if it has already been opened. There is no mention how this might affect consumers who have opted for the free trial monthly subscription and if the subscription can be canceled with immediate effect or refunded if consumers are unsatisfied.
Dead Sea Moringa Review – The Bottom Line
After discovering the facts, there are a few positives to note about this product such as their buy one get one tree campaign that plants a Moringa tree for every bottle purchased as well as their user-friendly website and 30-day money back policy, that being said, there are downsides of the product itself. The first flaw is in their formula, the packaging and website state that this supplement is 100% pure Moringa but the supplement fact show that binders such as rice flour have been used affects the purity of the Moringa extract. The second flaw we have found is that the website uses phrases such as “may be the real deal” and “Dead Sea Moringa is potentially a good supplement”, how are consumers meant to trust the effectiveness of the product if the manufacturer’s themselves do not confirm that this supplement does in fact work? Without clinical proof or facts, consumers are forced to base their decision on claims and reviews solely before purchasing this product. The 30-day free subscription model is a little bit suspicious as well, in order for consumers to get any form of discount they will have to opt for this and may be tied into months of unnecessary payments and hidden costs without the option to cancel. In conclusion to this review and based on the lack of clinical facts and the substandard purity of Moringa extract within this product, we advise consumers to seek alternative options.