Does Grow Moringa Have Standards?
Where it's dried.
Where your Moringa is dried is important. You want it to be in a space that is separate from daily life. For some that might be a garage, a spare bedroom, or a big walk in closet. The room should not be carpeted as carpet can trap all sorts of dirt and bacteria. Sometimes you may need to make a room within a room to keep the air quality good. We've had members put up some plastic sheeting to make a "clean room" where they dried their leaves.
How it's dried.
What it's dried on.
How long it's left to dry.
After getting your greens on your rack you'll want to make sure you have an air purifier, dehumidifier, and fan in whatever space you're drying. Good, clean, dry airflow is key here. Your greens should be crispy/crunchy within 24 hours of getting them on the racks. That's great but they aren't completely dry yet. They need another 4 to 5 days to completely dry. This keeps them fresh for a longer amount of time.
This is a farmed crop that's harvested, dried and packaged without further processing. Check with your state, but this harvesting, drying, and packaging isn't further regulated because you have not altered the product by cutting it or cooking it. This is how most of the produce in stores is sold and how you can have U-Pick Farms. We have our standards so we are extra sure our leaves are the best you can get.
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