Moringa is a healer, food magician , beauty and beautician, a plant with surprising water purificatio capabiities, a best fried and humanitarian who works for so little. Moringa is one of the most useful trees on earth, especially in sei- arid and drought-prone areas where it is often grown in countryard gardens.
The amazing thing about the leaves of Moringa is that they grow during the dry season and in times of drought, precisely when most other food growth is limited. the leaves and seeds are high in vitamins A, C, and B1. Moringa makes a major contribution to human and animal health; in many cases, it can mean the difference between life and death. Absolutely no negative effects to daily consumption of Moringa leaves and seeds have ever been reported.
Moringa seeds contain about 35% oil that can be used for cooking, cosmetics and even lubricants. The seeds are often to purify dirty, bacteria-laced water in places where there is nothing else that can be used as such. Moringa seeds are considered to be better than the commonly used water purifier, aluminum sulfate, which is slightly toxic.
Moringa is readily available where it is needed mostt, in regions where clean water is a permanent concern. Moringa represents an economical, viable solution to water purification.
As a healing plant, Moringa is even more amazing. There is much evidence from around the world, from various traditions and cultures that hae used this “Miracle Tree“ for so many ailments and troubles.
The leaves are believed to ave a stabilizing effect on blood pressure and control glucose levels. They are also used to treat anxiety, diarrhea and inflammation of the colon, skin infectons, scurvy, intestinal parasites, and many other conditions.