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  • May
    14

    Moringa Root

    • In India, roots are used as a carminative (promotes gas expulsion from the alimentary canal, against intestinal pain or spasms) and as a laxative.
    • Roots are considered useful against intermittent fevers and are sometimes chewed to relieve cold symptoms.
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    14

    Moringa Gum

    • Gum, mixed with sesame oil, is used to relieve headaches. This is also poured into ears for the relief of earache.
    • In Java, gum is given for intestinal complaints.
    • In India, gum is used for dental caries.
    • Gum is considered to be diuretic.
  • May
    14

    How to Grow Moringa

    As with all plants, optimum cultivation depends on producing the right environment for the plant to thrive. Moringa is a sun and heat loving plant. As a seedling, however, you must monitor the environment in the beginning until the root is established.
  • May
    13

    Moringa Origins and Benefits

    The Moringa tree originated from India. India’s ancient tradition of ayurvedic medicine sites 300 diseases that are treated with the leaves of the Moringa tree. The Sanskrit word for Moringa is saubhajnana which means ‘knowledge of the heavens’. Moringa has been used for thousands of years and is very well known in other parts of the world.
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    13

    The Moringa Flower

    Moringa flowers are beautiful and slightly fragrant. They are very individual in their appearance with many variations. They grow in clusters and range in color from white to cream.

  • May
    13

    Benefits of Moringa Leaf Powder

    Many people are now using Moringa leaf for a whole host of ailments with positive results. Universities, and medical schools and labs are testing Moringa for a multitude of diseases. Many of our customers have reported that Moringa has healed many diseases and ailments. As these results are reported, we learn the vast curative properties Moringa possesses.