What on Earth is Moringa?


Moringa Oleifera, commonly known as Moringa is the most nutritious tree found on earth. Moringa is recognized as the power house of nutrients since the Moringa leaves contain more than 90 nutrients and 46 antioxidants. Moringa tree grows in tropical conditions and this tree is native to Indian and Africa.

Moringa tree thrives in dry conditions with little or no amount of water. In African language Moringa tree is known as never die tree. This is because of its ability to survive in acute dry conditions.

Moringa leaves are the most nutritious portion of the Moringa tree and are widely used in salads, curries and chutneys in India. Nowadays Moringa is becoming popular around the world as a nutrition supplement due to its very high contents of minerals and vitamins.

Moringa tree is cultivated either through its seeds. The benefit of the Moringa tree is that, all the parts of the tree are used and absolutely nothing goes as waste.

The Moringa tree bears very delicious fruits, popularly known as “Drumsticks” and they form an essential role in Indian cuisines ad they are also a great deal nutritious. The dried Moringa Pods (drumsticks) bears seeds and these seeds when crushed provides the wonderful Moringa Oil. Moringa Oil is used as a major ingredients in the cosmetic industry. The Moringa seed Powder is a rich method of obtaining plant based natural protein.

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