Poga Moonga Juice, What a weird name for such a great natural, whole food supplement! Let me tell you how they came up with the name. First it is made up letters from the 3 ingredients it has. The “Po” in Poga comes from the pomegranate, which is one of the ingredients. The “ga” in poga comes from an amazing tree that most people have not heard of. It’s called the Moringa tree, which is the second ingredient in poga moonga juice. So now we have “po” and “ga” which gives you the first name. The second name “moonga”, well this is just another name for moringa in India where the tree has been used and grown for thousands of years. So there you have it “Poga Moonga”. Pomegranate and Moringa together are a powerhouse supplement but they didn’t stop there. They also added a third ingredient, Aloe Vera, to make it a whole food supplement, unmatched on the market today Lets talk about the three key ingredients and why combined together, make it an unbeatable supplement. First, and foremost, you must realize, that Poga Moonga is just not another, fruity, exotic, sugary juice, like the one that have been coming out on the market in the last several years. It is NOT, a newly discovered berry hidden in the Himalayans and just discovered. The ingredients, even if you haven’t heard of them, have been used medicinally for thousands of years. Lets start with pomegranate. Pomegranate contains a super-antioxidant, which is three times more potent than the antioxidant found in red wine. Antioxidants are coming into their own as of late because they are being found to help lower and maintain high blood pressure and cholesterol. They stop “plaque” build up in the arteries and thin the blood. Both of which are great at reducing the chances of getting strokes and heart attacks. The more research is done, the more amazing benefits are being discovered about antioxidants. We agree, that antioxidants are good for you but how much do you really need? Many of the natural fruit supplements available today are just an overdose of antioxidants. Antioxidants are necessary, but they do not make a complete supplement. Then there’s Aloe Vera. Aloe Vera has 8 of the recognized 13 vitamins. It contains 20 of the 22 amino acids your body needs for life. Amino acids are the building blocks of life. They repair and build new muscle and make new cells. If your looking for something to cure any digestive problems you have, look no further. But the most amazing properties in aloe vera are it’s ability to build your immune system and fight off diseases. It also helps amplify the effects of any vitamin or supplement you take making it three times easier to be absorbed by the body, than without aloe vera. This is what sets aloe vera apart from any other product. Aloe vera has been used for centuries internally and externally for treating an endless list of illnesses. And last but certainly not least important is Moringa. Moringa is so nutritious, that is given to pregnant women, new mothers and babies in 3rd world countries. It supplies them with all the nutrition they need to fight malnutrition. They have abandoned the old treatments of milk powder, vegetable oil, sugar and peanut butter, which have been used for years to treat malnutrition. And replaced it with Moringa. Moringa is so amazing they even use it to detoxify their drinking water. Just think how good of a body detoxifier it is. Moringa contains the 8 ”essential amino acids” your body needs but does not produce. It is the only plant that contains them. Moringa has such an over abundance of vitamins, minerals and nutrients, you would be hard pressed to find anything that can compare. Western medicine knows little about Moringa but ask anyone from India and they will rave of its power. It has been used for centuries to treat over 300 diseases, as written in India’s ancient medical tradition of “Ayurveda” . Combined together, pomegranate, aloe vera and moringa form a “whole food supplement: un like anything available on the market today. Finally something that really works! Poga Moonga Juice. Its Just Your health”

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