Good for treating heavy menstrual periods, Menstrual cramps
Good for Rectal bleeding, diabetic patients
Good recovery for patients suffering from strokes
Good substitute for persons can’t eat vegetables or fruits
Good for the Skin and Eyes, varicose veins
Removes toxins from the body and helps prevents ulcer
Remedy for Fever, Nausea, Stomach distress
Convalescence (gradual return to good health after an illness or medical treatment or the period spent recovering)
Remedy for colds, fever, nausea, runny nose
Tonic (to feel stronger, more energetic, and generally healthier)
Diuretic (causing increased flow of urine) – Good for Urinary tract infection (UTI)
Liver disorder remedy
Nourishes Breast Fed babies, Lactate (Increases the flow of breast milk for woman)
Good for Lupus treatment
Natural treatment for gout, arthritis and anti-inflammation
The Moringa Oil
Moringa oil heals skin allergies, irritations, wounds, and blemishes.
It has high antioxidant properties, making it a valuable source of Vitamins A, C, and E; it is one of the highest naturally occurring sources of antioxidants.
The Moringa oil, being very light and pleasant-tasting is similar to Olive oil is good for healthier eating.
The oil itself is also known as Behen oil, a good rub for a pregnant woman’s belly. Soothing and softening to the skin.
Moringa oil has moisturizing, nourishing, and emollient properties, and also excellent cleaning ability.
Modern uses are found in soap, perfumes, shampoos, and other skin care products.
The light properties of Moringa oil led to be used as a lubricant for fine machinery.
This was known as Ben Oil, and is well known to watchmakers and other fine craftsmen.
Moringa Oil provides a high quality fuel for lamps, giving a clear, smokeless light.
After the seeds are cold-pressed to expel their valuable oil, the remaining substance can be used to purify water.
Miraculously, the particles of Moringa seed cake attract solids in water, and since bacteria cling to the solids, the water is purified and made safe to drink. In most countries of the world, this alone would be reason to cultivate the tree.
The roots of the Moringa plant contains the chemical compounds found throughout the rest of the plant and can provide therapeutic benefits for many conditions and ailments.
The roots contain traces of a paralyzing agent called Spirochin that can be dangerous for sensitive individuals or if taken in extremely large quantities.
The roots can treat impotence, sexual dysfunction, female reproductive tract issues and to bring on menstruation.
It can combat epithelial ovarian cancer and provide new hope for cancer sufferers.
In poultice form, the roots are used for cramps and arthritis pains.
Reduce or eliminate kidney stones by allowing the body to flush calcium and phosphates from the kidneys more efficiently.
Improves overall kidney function.
Useful for longer, less interrupted sleep.
Important agent of healing and nourishment.
The roots are also used to create medicines, perfumes, natural pesticides, fertilizers, cleaning agents, animal fodder and many other important products.
Plant Many Moringa Trees!
Sow the Seeds in good earth
Setup a Nursery!
Constantly Trim the Branches!
In order to produce the maximum amount of leaves and seeds!
In tropical climates the trees can be cut back 7 or 8 times a year.
In a plantation one can produce up to 120 tons of dry leaves per hectare and year!
Now can you believe that … Moringa is a Miracle Tree?
(Moringa Stenopetala grows in Ethiopia. It has similar properties to Moringa Oleifera. The tree is bigger than Moringa Oleifera – leaves, pods, seeds, everything.)