Moringa trees products are one of the best sources of nutrition you can add to your diet. This tree originates in the foothills of the Himalayas and grows in a variety of different climates. It is drought tolerant and very forgiving when it comes to neglect. The only thing it can’t stand is freezing temperatures. It’s an easy plant to grow and will give you amazing nutritional benefits.
Moringa leaves will amp up your diet like you never expected.
Just 4 ounces of leaves contains about:
125% daily value of Calcium
61% daily value of Magnesium
41% daily value of Potassium
71% daily value of Iron
272% daily value of Vitamin A
22% daily value of Vitamin C
Omega 3, Omega 6, Omega 9 fatty acids
Antioxidants, phyto-nutrients, and about 2 times the amount of protein as a serving of milk or yogurt.
In fact, Moringa leaves have the highest protein ratio of any plant on Earth!
The medicinal benefits of the Moringa plant are extensive. Studies have shown eating Moringa leaves can give you the following benefits:
- Strengthen the brain, eyes, liver, gall, and blood.
- Build your immune, digestive, and respiratory systems.
- Remedy catarrh, hay fever, edema, hemorrhoids, headaches, sore gums, high blood pressure, stomach aches ulcers, and even cancer.
- Improve your mood and your energy while also protecting your stomach lining.
Moringa has all sorts of uses. The most stable oil in the world, Moringa oil never goes rancid. The oil is used in ointment to treat skin and ear problems. The oil is also said to prevent mosquitoes from biting. This oil is so versatile that it is even used in perfumes and oils for lubricating fine machinery (like watches).
Don’t overlook this wonderful, nutrition boosting super food. Add the Amazing Moringa Tree to your indoor garden to brighten up your life.
Feature Photo: Hari Prasad Nadig
Jake Frazier is an outdoor enthusiast and the owner of Residential Ecology, a sustainable ecological resource management company. He uses existing natural systems to improve the quality of life for both humans and the Earth. Jake is interested in permaculture, living systems and exploring. Connect with him on LinkedIn.