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Moringa olifera: the "miracle tree", "nebeday", never dies.


I hope you are all right.

Moringa fully deserves its nickname of miracle tree.

Originally from India: according to Ayurveda, its twigs, flowers, pods, fresh or dried powdered leaves, seeds and the oil that is extracted from them are reputed to have nearly 300 active ingredients. This small tree is actually present in many tropical countries, in Africa, South America and Southeast Asia.

It is called "nebeday" in Wolof, "never dies".

It has the enormous advantage, in view of the current climatic situation, of growing even on poor or rich soils and resists drought well and it now has great hopes if its cultivation were extended, because it could be a solution for malnutrition, especially in children, and for its many medicinal properties for prevention and care.

According to some, its oil was already a beauty secret in ancient Egypt. Along with shea and argan, it is one of Africa's natural treasures.

It is one of the most powerful existing plants thanks to its 92 nutrients, vitamins, amino acids (including the 9 essential ones not synthesized by humans) and trace elements, with in particular an exceptional richness in proteins, vitamins A, B, C (180mg for 100g) and E, zinc, magnesium, iron, potassium, calcium, chromium.

The slightly heated leaves are a treatment for flu fevers, the juices of fresh leaves or the herbal teas of fresh or dried leaves have many medicinal, immunostimulant, antioxidant properties: it contains 48 different anti-inflammatories. Its looted seeds are said to be effective against hypertension and diabetes.

A powerful plant, source of life and regeneration., good to know and add to one's nutrition.

thank you


Sat nam

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