Anyone heard of or try this stuff, is it all its cracked up to be, or just another hoax like all the other stuff they market on Dr Oz?
asked byDanie (88)
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on June 28, 2013
at 03:18 PM
It's an okay food if you can get the drumsticks, which you might find at an asian speciality food store.
As a supplement, like most things from Dr. Oz, it's almost certainly not going to have any of the nearly-magical qualities they attribute to it; it also likely won't harm you.
on January 08, 2013
at 12:27 AM
Moringa is non-hybrid and incredibly nourishing. It's been a part of my supplement regime for about 2 months now. Definitely a good addition as it's essentially just absorbable minerals...
It's also about 10 dollars a bottle on amazon; much cheaper than most supplements.