1. Multi-Purpose Miracle Tree
Native to Africa, Asia and South America, the leaves and seed pods of this tropical tree offer valuable nutrition, the seeds are used to make oil, the wood for fires, and the bark, sap and roots for medicinal purposes.
2. Rejuvenating Leaves
Moringa leaf powder, with its slightly-bitter, arugula-like taste, is an incredible source of protein and vitamins A, C and B6, and also contains calcium, iron and magnesium.
3. Nourishing Pods
Casually known as “drumsticks,” these pods are packed with vitamin C and contain notable amounts of protein, fiber, B vitamins, potassium and magnesium.
4. Malnutrition Relief
This invaluable tree thrives in many parts of the world facing hunger, and is often used to sustain infants and nursing mothers.
5. Comforting Cooking
Moringa drumsticks are often used in soups and stews, including the traditional Thai dish Kaeng som (sour curry), a fish and vegetable dish.
Moringa seed cakes, a byproduct of pressing the seeds for oil, are used to filter water.
Wikipedia “Moringa oleifera”