Moringa The Miracle Wonder Tree

Zarwish Bhatti



 I was thinking about it because I had Moringa on a trip to NIBGE. Maybe you’ve been hearing about it here and there and were curious about it? Well, that’s why I wanted to write this article. Here, I am going to discuss the natural sustainable alternative for different medicinal, nutritional and self-enhancement applications such as hair and skin grooming.

Moringa is a genus of shrubs and trees with multi-purpose uses: its leaves, roots and immature pods are utilized as a vegetable. All parts of the Moringa tree – bark, pods, leaves, nuts, seeds, tubers, roots, and flowers – are edible. The leaves are used fresh or dried and ground into powder. The seed pods are picked while still green and eaten fresh or cooked. Moringa seed oil is sweet, non-sticking, non-drying and resists rancidity, while the cake from seed is used to purify drinking water. The seeds are also being eaten green, roasted, powdered and steeped for tea or used in curries.


India is the largest producer of this marvelous tree, but initially, it has commonly provided in Asia and Africa with an abundance of multivitamins and minerals for centuries.

Nowadays it is available in the different institute for research purposes and also available in superstores in powder form.



Mainly composed of essential amino acids, calcium, proteins, and beneficial antioxidants, Moringa is 100% natural, pesticide, herbicide, and chemical-free. So, without any curiosity, our family can enjoy the rewards of a healthy, nutrient dense, whole food supplement.


Loaded with tons of nutrient’s and antioxidants, Moringa powder is one of nature’s most nutritious superfoods.

The best way is to mix Moringa use is to mix with any beverages. A teaspoon of Moringa powder mixed in a glass of orange juice will give you a wholesome drink filled with nutrients. It can also be mixed with food and soup preparation

A Moringa supplement is a 100% natural product made from the parts of the Moringa trees. People have been taking Moringa for hundreds of year as a step food and have not reported any problem since then. However, I suggest you consult with your physician whether you can take these supplements along with other prescription medicines.

Moringa is also applied directly to the skin as a germ-killer (astringent).

Give yourself a major health boost every day by adding one tsp of Moringa powder to smoothies, juices, salad dressings and more.



A lot of research has been done about Moringa and has been part of the daily diet of people around the world because of its nutritional and medicinal properties. Moringa has saved millions of lives in poor countries where malnutrition is preventing because of its high nutritive value.

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