The Moringa Tree

Moringa TreeThis hardy tree with a gnarly trunk and cypress-like leaves thrives in arid places as well as in the living room, and is really quite remarkable for it’s life saving qualities.

Amongst these are as a water purifyer (crushed seed pods), and with high nutritional and medicinal attributes, the ground leaves make a paste, which, serving by serving, has the calcium of four glasses of milk, the Vitamin C of 7 oranges and the potassium of 3 bananas!

It’s also loaded with Vitamin A, and has 4 times the beta carotene of carrots. But it’s not just good for you, it’s delicious; you can cook it in it’s own oil and top it with Moringa sauce and still have a variety of flavors and textures.

In Jamaica, they use it as a common blue dye; in Africa, the seed oil for cooking, as a preservative and even as a lubricant, which doesn’t spoil! In India they sell pickled seed pods, and it grows practically anywhere, in any container.

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