Frequently asked questions

Organic farming can be defined as a system of agricultural production that combines a
high level of biodiversity with environmental practices that preserve natural resources
and has rigorous standards for animal welfare.

Organic farms use production practices with environmental benefits such as
water management practices, no-till or minimum tillage, habitat maintenance for
beneficial insects and vertebrates, and biological pest control. These ecologically
protective practices contribute to enhanced ecosystem services and benefit
water quality, soil health, and biodiversity.

Organic foods have fewer pesticide residues than conventionally grown products.
But the amounts for both types of products are within the level for safe
consumption. And it’s unclear if the pesticides used in organic farming are safer
than nonsynthetic pesticides used in conventional farming.

  • It helps to reduce body heat.
  • It prevents constipation because it has fiber.
  • It helps to gain the weight.
  • It is good for the uterus.
  • Helps in curing stomach problems.
  • It stimulates the insulin production.
  • It can strengthen the bones.
  • It can improve immunity.

The Moringa leaves have more calcium and Potassium. It also has iron, and
amino acids, which help your body heal and build muscle. It’s also packed with
antioxidants, substances that can protect cells from damage and may boost your
immune system.

Beetroot is rich in Vitamin A and C, Calcium, and Iron. It also has anti-cancer
properties and anti-oxidant properties. Beetroots are also one of the richest
sources of glutamine, an amino acid, essential to the health and maintenance of
the intestinal tract as well as wound healing. Beetroot fiber has been shown to
increase the number of white blood cells, which are responsible for detecting and
eliminating abnormal cells.

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