Moringa oleifera

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Moringa is a native plant of Africa and Asia. The plant grows in the tropics and in Asia, it’s mainly found in the sub-Himalayan regions of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. This is an interesting plant and every part of the Moringa is used. This includes the bark, the flowers, seeds, fruits, leaves and root. In Asia and Africa, Moringa is utilized to combat malnutrition because the leaves and seeds can be cooked. The wonders of the Moringa plant are immense, and this can be credited to its mineral, protein and vitamin properties which make it a great antioxidant.

Nutrients in Moringa Oleifera

Moringa oleifera, also known as the horseradish tree or the drumstick tree is a wonder plant. The tree is known for its vitamins and minerals and this are found in its pods which are rich in minerals, its flowers and green leaves. The Moringa oleifera is the most nurtured Moringa tree and it is said that the plant has over 46 different antioxidants and 92 nutrients. The plant also has 36 anti-inflammatory compounds, over 20 amino acids. The plant is a good source of vitamins and in fact provides seven times the amount of vitamin C you would get in an orange. Moringa leaves contain vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6 and B7 in addition to vitamins C, D, E and K.

Benefits of Moringa Oleifera

Moringa has lots of medicinal uses and has been used to treat conditions such arthritis, rheumatism, anemia, cancer, diabetes, epilepsy and stomach complications for instance spasms, ulcers, stomach pain and constipation. It is stated that Moringa can also help to enhance the disease fighting capability and increase the production of milk in lactating mothers as well. The list on uses for Moringa is quite diverse and varies from skin and hair care to treating a variety of infections.

More health advantages of Moringa are listed below:

Moringa oleifera has antiseptic properties and can be directly applied on the skin to kill germs. It is also utilized in treating wounds, warts, dandruff, athlete’s foot and snake bites.

The oil source from the seeds is utilized in the production of hair care products and perfumes. This oil is also used as a machine lubricant and in cooking too.

The plant has anti-inflammatory properties and can lessen the swelling brought about by parasitic fungal and bacterial infections.

Moringa oleifera is also used as an aphrodisiac to stimulate sex drive.

Some communities have used Moringa to help remedy heart disease, thyroid disorders, fluid retention, kidney stones and high blood pressure as well.

The plant can help fight hunger in poverty stricken countries. It grows easily and cheaply. A variety of nutrients for example calcium, iron, vitamins and zinc can be sourced from its dried leaves and the pods. Its green pods are cooked and so are the leaves. In its powder form, Moringa can be used a condiment.

Moringa doesn’t only provide health advantages. The seed cake which remains after the oil has been extracted is used to purify water and can also remove salt in stored seawater. The seed cake also produces a fantastic fertilizer.

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