Moor Facts and Benefits


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Moor is a rare form of nutrient-rich peat created by the gradual transformation of herbs, plants & flowers which have been permanently submerged under water or underground.

Free from the decaying effects of oxygen and in the correct climatic and biological conditions, the plant matter undergoes a ‘ripening’ transformation process over thousands of years to produce a homogeneous dark substance called Moor.

During this ‘ripening’ process, all the substances within the plants are retained in the Moor, resulting in a herbal complex with wonderful therapeutic properties. For the past 60 years, a wealth of clinical studies conducted on Moor therapy has confirmed that Moor does posses a wide range of beneficial properties. In fact, hundreds of European physicians now use and recommend Moor treatments.

Therapeutic Properties of Moor revealed from research conducted throughout Europe over the past 50 years. :

* Bio-Available

(Easily absorbed by the body) The substances present are in colloidal and bivalent form, thus they are small enough to be easily absorbed by the system.

* Antiseptic

The moor contains lignin and bitumen, both of which contains high proportions of phenol substances and these acts as natural antiseptic

* Detoxifying

The high proportion of humic acid and other humus substances enables the moor to both draw and absorb toxic substances trapped in the tissues. Detoxification is widely recognized as an important component of health care maintenance and anti-aging.

* Anti-Inflammatory

Moor has consistently been found to exert an anti-inflammatory effect on irritated or inflamed tissues.

* Ion-Exchanging

The presence of humic acids also causes an exchange reaction in which harmful positive ions in the tissues are replaced by revitalizing negative ions present within the moor.

The Moor has been clinically tested and found to be naturally hypoallergenic and to be able to harmonize with and benefit any skin type, eliminating the need for many different types of creams.

Moor is a rare form of nutrient-rich peat created by the gradual transformation of herbs, plants & flowers which have been permanently submerged under water or underground. Free from the decaying effects of oxygen and in the correct climatic and biological conditions, the plant matter undergoes a ‘ripening’ transformation process over thousands of years to produce a homogeneous dark substance called Moor.

During this ‘ripening’ process, all the substances within the plants are retained in the Moor, resulting in a herbal complex with wonderful therapeutic properties. For the past 60 years, a wealth of clinical studies conducted on Moor therapy has confirmed that Moor does posses a wide range of beneficial properties. In fact, hundreds of European physicians now use and recommend Moor treatments.

Therapeutic Properties of Moor revealed from research conducted throughout Europe over the past 50 years. :
  • Bio-Available
    (Easily absorbed by the body) The substances present are in colloidal and bivalent form, thus they are small enough to be easily absorbed by the system.
  • Antiseptic
    The moor contains lignin and bitumen, both of which contains high proportions of phenol substances and these acts as natural antiseptic
  • Detoxifying
    The high proportion of humic acid and other humus substances enables the moor to both draw and absorb toxic substances trapped in the tissues. Detoxification is widely recognized as an important component of health care maintenance and anti-aging.
  • Anti-Inflammatory
    Moor has consistently been found to exert an anti-inflammatory effect on irritated or inflamed tissues.
  • Ion-Exchanging
    The presence of humic acids also causes an exchange reaction in which harmful positive ions in the tissues are replaced by revitalizing negative ions present within the moor.
The Moor has been clinically tested and found to be naturally hypoallergenic and to be able to harmonize with and benefit any skin type, eliminating the need for many different types of creams.
Posted in: Eumora Effects, Science behind Eumora on February 21st by Eumora Singapore


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