Which is Moringa?
Moringa is a form of tree in which more than 13 species are known. Of which Moringa Oleifera is the most popular. The tree rises in the world (originally from Tamil Nadu), in equatorial regions. It contains over 90 nutrients if you include all parts of the tree (leaves, seeds, oil, etc ..). Have a look at Best Brand Of Moringa for more info on this.
It is no surprise, despite its nutrient abundance, that the Moringa Tree has long been used in Ayurvedic medicine and in societies where the Moringa Tree grows naturally for more than 300 specific diseases and diseases. Today, several societies are using Moringa to help counter hunger, improve lactation and purify the water.
Moringa has been commoditized in recent years with farms being built almost everywhere that it develops from Central America to Africa to India. The leaves are often collected and marketed in packets, teas, or in a powdered shape.
So …… then … Is this a Beautiful Tree?
The Moringa Oleifera Vine, in particular, is widely referred to as “The Miracle Tree.” This is attributed to its rich nutritional properties but it simply received this label from a 2008 publication released by the National Institute of Medicine calling Moringa the “Plant of the Year” and the tree’s branding thanks to emerging market goods. The article contained what Moringa might define as:
“… give life of millions”
“Purify the polluted water that acts as a coagulant and an anti-microbial”
Provide ‘excellent source of iron and protein’
“Best eaten as tea and as a natural replacement for milk”
It is packed with verifiable 90 +, including (but not limited to): vitamins , minerals, proteins, antioxidants and omega oils;
Omega 3, Six, 9
All vital amino acids
Vitamin A, B (1, 2, 3, 5 , 6, 12), C, D , E, K (Folic acid)