Moringa Oléifera

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Moringa has rich amounts of calcium, iron, and many other mineral salts. All parts of moringa are edible, the leaves, pods, roots and seeds of moringa have different uses and virtues. The seeds are used for the manufacture of vegetable oils and the purification of water once the seeds flow into the water container (aquarium, basin or other container) they degrade and release particles which will absorb bacteria and other impurities .Its efficiency would be 90 to 99% it is also used to feed the shrimp which feed on the white flesh contained in the seed. The leaves are eaten in several ways cooked as vegetables such as spinach in addition to a sauce or in a soup, in juice by mixing the leaves, in infusion or herbal tea The plant does not withstand temperatures below 0°C. Therefore it is advisable to plant it first in a pot indoors if you live in temperate zones and then plant it outdoors.



Moringa leaves are very rich in vitamins such as vitamin A, C, E A 10 minute infusion of 5 to 10 grams of dried leaves in 250 ml of boiling water is recommended. medicinal virtues: For strengthening the immune system prevention against brittle nails and hair slowing skin aging blood sugar regulation anti-inflammatory effect and digestive properties. The seeds have an energy supply that leads to a decrease in fatigue for a natural rhythm of stable sleep. A consumption of 3 to 10 seeds per day is recommended for a period of 3 to 6 months. Medical virtues: Fight against diabetes Cholesterol stability. A natural burning effect of superfluous fats in the body The regulation of blood sugar levels. promotes weight loss.


Do not consume Moringa seeds on an empty stomach. possibility of causing constipation and diarrhoea. Not recommended for pregnant women risk of severe pain.


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