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Moringa for Dogs? That’s Right, Take a Look at The Benefits

October 18, 2017

Have you ever heard of buying moringa for dogs? Well now you have. Moringa is a potent superfood and is great for us humans so it would equally be as beneficial to man’s best friend as well… right? Well the benefits that moringa has for humans aren’t exactly the same as they are for dogs, but…. it is still an amazing superfood that could be the natural medicine your dog needs to stay healthy and active.

Giving moringa to pets actually is nothing new at all. I found that it has been commonly fed to horses and I even read that horses competing in the Kentucky derby supplement moringa. Some of them are fed the dried out leaves while some are fed refined moringa powder.

The Powerful Nutrient Profile Moringa Provides To Your Dog

Being a superfood and all, moringa really packs a mean punch even in small servings. Most moringa powders that you find on the market suggest around a 1-2g serving size. This of course is for humans but mixing this amount in with dog food will also work great.

In a small 2g (one teaspoon) scoop of moringa powder your dog will be able to benefit from the following…

  • 4x the fiber in oats (1g of fiber in a 2g serving)
  • 25x the iron in spinach (6.75mg per serving)
  • 15x the potassium in bananas (37.5mg per serving)
  • 17x the calcium in milk (32.5mg per serving)
  • And lots of vitamins including Vitamin E, Vitamin A, B Vitamins and more

Of course all of these number above are approximations and will vary depending on the quality of moringa that you buy, but the take-away here is that moringa is packed with nutrients. It is extremely nutrient dense compared to more normal foods that we eat to get certain nutrients.

One of the biggest benefits that moringa has for your dog is the ability to fight inflammation.

Moringa Decreases Inflammation & Can Help Keep Your Dog Active

Stiff and achy joints, arthritis… these are common problems that dogs face, usually from natural aging. Moringa can actually decrease and even eliminate some of these problems which will help your dog move about without all the pain, keeping them active and healthy.

These problems are often caused by inflammation… and moringa can fight against this inflammation. The power that moringa has to reduce this has been well documented in many studies. One of which called Anti-inflammatory effect of Moringa studied its effects on rats in low doses. The results showed that even when fed to the rats in low doses there were still some pretty great anti-inflammatory effects.

Moringa Boosts The Immune System

Your dog’s immune system is placed with the task of fighting off infections, sicknesses, etc. The strength of their immune system is directly related to their well being. With a poor immune system your dog will likely be less active and overall more miserable than he/she could potentially be.

Moringa is a great natural immune booster food and it’s no wonder with its packed nutrient profile.

There are plenty of studies out there that prove moringa to be beneficial for the immune system. Just to give you and example: One study titled Immunomodulatory activity of methanolic leaf extract of Moringa… was conducted on rats (again). This study measured the stimulatory effects that moringa extract had on these test subjects and the results were “significant”.

Should You Buy Moringa for Your Dog?

If nature is taking its course on your dog, or maybe your dog is feeling ill, then moringa might be a good choice. It certainly won’t be a bad choice. The benefits that come from this superfood are well known and documented in scientific literature.

There are a lot of ways you can go about feeding your dog moringa but the easiest and most effective way would be to just mix some powder in with their dog food. The powder is easily digestible.

I would give your dog 1g of moringa powder per day minimum if you want to see any benefits, but of course this depends on the size of your dog. You can increase this a good bit if you want to, it won’t hurt them.

Agent Kyle


Kyle is the founder and chief editor at HealthBuster.org. He takes pride in providing truthful product reviews to warn the public of potential waste of money products and scams.

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    1. There is no right or wrong way to do it. If you have dry dog food you can add a bit of water and mix in the powder with it. If it is canned dog food then simply add some powder in and stir it around. These are the easiest ways.

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  1. Thanks for the information.
    I’m growing and harvesting Moringa and we have 2 senior working dogs and a youngster in training. Ill add Moringa to their meal.

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  2. Kyle, how do I measure 1 gram? Is it equivalent to one teaspoon, one tablespoon, etc.? My two senior dogs weigh 43 and 47 lbs. How much would I start them out with and work up to? Is there a taste to it? One of my dogs is a picky eater.

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  3. I have just started giving Moringa powder to my little dog as she is getting old and has had surgery on her rear leg. Hoping it will give her longer life and wellness Thank you for the information you provided

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  4. Hello there, even though I read somewhere,that Moringa increases platelets, I dont seem to read it in most descriptions of the Moringa. I have a dog with low platelet due to Ehrlichia. She is on Doxy, which I really wanted to avoid, so my question is, can I give her Moringa in conjunction with the Doxycyclin? I am using liquid leaf extract, how much shall I give her per day? and for how long? Thank you in advance!

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  5. Hi I love moringa first because of Ben oil my name oil hahaha OK I give my dogs moringa powder every day mixed with rice trust me it’s good fine coart for my Gsd and good appetite

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  6. Kyle,
    I found moringa to be water repellent. I sprinkle the powder on his dry food and pour coconut oil over it. He loves it and the combination has been great for his overall health.
    Thanks for your post.

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  7. Hi
    Have you ever heard of using Moringa as a spray or police? I have an elderly mini Schneider & shes biting ALOT! Think I’m going for it. I give her Reishi also but the biting is horrendous!

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