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The Moringa tree is made up of 13 species the most common is the called “Moringa Oleifera.” It is found in many tropical and sub-tropical regions such as Africa, South America and Asia. Moringa can be grown in the even the harshest and driest of soils, where barely anything else will grow. One of the nicknames of Moringa is “the never die tree” due to its incredible ability to survive harsh weather and even drought. The Moringa is an exceptionally fast growing tree at a rate of about one foot a month and it will even grow indoors. Every part of the Moringa can be used and no part of it is toxic which is very unusual for a tree.

Health Benefits: For thousands of years Moringa has been used for medicinal purposes in many countries for various illnesses and diseases such as: diabetes, cholesterol, arthritis, prostate, fungus, thyroid, liver conditions, common cold, warts, HIV/AIDS, Herpes Simplex, nervous disorders, colitis, migraines/headaches, diarrhea, flatulence, asthma, psoriasis, intestinal worms, blood pressure, bronchitis, anemia, urinary disorders, colitis, painful joints, skin infections, diarrhea, ear and eye infections, lactation, hysteria, insect bites and much more. It is also anticancer, antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and is the perfect survival food. Although its presence and benefits are not widely known in the United States, its popularity is growing quickly.

Nutrition: The nutritional properties are profound and contain Vitamins A, B 1,2,3, C, Calcium, Chromium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Protein and Zinc. Since the protein is from a non-animal source it is excellent for vegetarians and vegans. Said to contain 539 known compounds, the Moringa which according to traditional African and Indian (Ayurvedic) is said to prevent over 300 diseases and maladies. It also contains approximately 46 antioxidantswhich are the cells that destroy free-radicals (free radicals are the cells that seek out and destroy healthy cells). The nutritional content is so complete that it is used as an excellent source for combating malnutrition and starvation in so-called “developing nations”. It has been effective in fighting and preventing diseases and building the immune system.

Fertilizer: The fresh leaves are juiced and used as a spray to increase any vegetable crop (onions. melons, coffee, bell peppers, sorghum, sugar cane, maize, tea, soya etc.) yield by 25-30% because it contains a growth hormone called Zeatin, which is also known to have anti-aging properties. As a fertilizer, the Moringa is called “green manure” and is used as a highly nutritious supplement in cattle, poultry and swine food.

Water purification: The Moringa seeds can be used to purify turbid water reducing bacteria by 80-99.5% within the first two hours or treatment. This in and of itself makes the Moringa a natural, mutit-functional, priceless item to have in any survival kit.

Research: Over 700 medical and scientific reports have been written proving the nutritional, medicinal and healing powers of the Moringa tree. Some of the endorsers of the Moringa include the John’s Hopkins School of Research, US National Academy of Sciences, the Indian Council of Medical Research, Andrew Young, former Atlanta mayor and United Nations Ambassador. The reports document the effectiveness of diseases and disorders such as: Lupus, edema, arthritis, epilepsy, asthma, parasites, Epstein-Barr virus, herpes, bronchitis, ulcers, gastritis, prostate disorders, kidney pain, gout and more.


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