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Simon Mwaura CEO

Water hyacinth was discovered in Brazil in 1824 and SIMON NJOROGE MWAURA become the first man in the world to develop 15 different products from water hyacinth and all other aquatic weeds in 1996 breaking World history. Water hyacinth is found in many Countries. Water hyacinth is the only plant in world that converts its intake into fertilizer. Read more

Hyax Organic Liquid Fertilizer

5 Litres

Coverage: 6.5 Acres

Price: Kshs. 1080

20 Litres

Coverage: 25.98 Acres

Price: Kshs. 3800

TEA HEALTHY DRINK

Tea was first discovered in China in the ninth century and the processing of tea products by blending has not be changed or improved until 1996 when SIMON NJOROGE MWAURA developed new method of processing products from green tea leaves both three and four leaf levels. SIMON NJOROGE MWAURA developed the following products from 100% green tea leaves.... READ MORE
 
HYAQUIP BULK TEA HEALTHY DRINK IS AVAILABLE COLD AND HOT IN DISPENSER MACHINES. ADD MILK OR SUGAR TO TASTE.

1 Litres

Coverage: 1.5 Acres

Price: Kshs. 240

COFFEE HEALTHY DRINK

Coffee was first discovered in the Ethiopians highlands in the ninth century and the processing of Coffee products from coffee cherries has never changed until 1996 when SIMON NJOROGE MWAURA developed the following products from coffee cherries..... READ MORE

HYAQUIP BULK COFFEE HEALTHY DRINK IS AVAILABLE COLD AND HOT IN DISPENSER MACHINES. ADD MILK OR SUGAR TO TASTE.CAN BE BLENDED WITH BEER OR SPIRITS. 

HYAQUIP 100% SUGAR CANE EXTRACTS

Raw sugarcane is a favorite treat for children in tropical countries. Fresh sugarcane and refreshing sugarcane juice are sold at roadside stands in many countries as a healthy alternative to sweets. Although some refined sugar is made from sugarcane, raw natural sugarcane and products made from sugarcane have more nutritional health benefits than white sugar.When I was younger growing up in the rural KENYA in early 1960.s, I always love chewing on bits cut of sugar cane (after removing the skin and chopping it up into tiny pieces ) for its sweet juice before spitting its pulp out. It was like the healthy version of chewing gum. At that age, I didn’t know that it was healthier than sweets or chewing gum. I only knew it was sweet and fun to chew on. As a member of the grass family, its juice has a high potency equivalent to wheatgrass juice, only with less chlorophyll and more sugar content.  However, counter to what you might think, sugarcane juice contains only about fifteen percent total sugar content, all of which is in a raw unrefined form.

The rest of the juice consists of water brimming with an abundance of vitamins and minerals. Sugarcane is rich in calcium, chromium, cobalt, copper, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, potassium and zinc.  It also contains iron and vitamins A, C, B1, B2, B3, B5, and B6, plus a high concentration of phytonutrients (including chlorophyll), antioxidants, proteins, soluble fiber and numerous other health supportive compounds.  Working synergistically, these nutrients provide a supremely health-promoting food which has been studied for its role in fighting cancer, stabilizing blood sugar levels in diabetics, assisting in weight loss, reducing fevers, clearing the kidneys, preventing tooth decay, and a host of other health benefits. If you’ve ever had the pleasure of drinking freshly extracted raw fruit or vegetable juices, you know the health value of doing so. Freshly extracted juices contain live enzymes and nutrients that are easily absorbed by the body for quick nourishment.  But did you know that raw sugarcane juice is just as healthful as any other freshly pressed juice, and is in fact something of a Super Hero among plant foods?

Raw sugarcane is a favorite treat for children in tropical countries. Fresh sugarcane and refreshing sugarcane juice are sold at roadside stands in many countries as a healthy alternative to sweets. Although some refined sugar is made from sugarcane, raw natural sugarcane and products made from sugarcane have more nutritional health benefits than white sugar.When I was younger growing up in the rural KENYA in early 1960.s, I always love chewing on bits cut of sugar cane (after removing the skin and chopping it up into tiny pieces ) for its sweet juice before spitting its pulp out. It was like the healthy version of chewing gum. At that age, I didn’t know that it was healthier than sweets or chewing gum. I only knew it was sweet and fun to chew on. As a member of the grass family, its juice has a high potency equivalent to wheatgrass juice, only with less chlorophyll and more sugar content.  However, counter to what you might think, sugarcane juice contains only about fifteen percent total sugar content, all of which is in a raw unrefined form.

The rest of the juice consists of water brimming with an abundance of vitamins and minerals. Sugarcane is rich in calcium, chromium, cobalt, copper, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, potassium and zinc.  It also contains iron and vitamins A, C, B1, B2, B3, B5, and B6, plus a high concentration of phytonutrients (including chlorophyll), antioxidants, proteins, soluble fiber and numerous other health supportive compounds.  Working synergistically, these nutrients provide a supremely health-promoting food which has been studied for its role in fighting cancer, stabilizing blood sugar levels in diabetics, assisting in weight loss, reducing fevers, clearing the kidneys, preventing tooth decay, and a host of other health benefits. If you’ve ever had the pleasure of drinking freshly extracted raw fruit or vegetable juices, you know the health value of doing so. Freshly extracted juices contain live enzymes and nutrients that are easily absorbed by the body for quick nourishment.  But did you know that raw sugarcane juice is just as healthful as any other freshly pressed juice, and is in fact something of a Super Hero among plant foods?