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For thousands of years, the Moringa Leaf has been a source of nutrition, while the timber from the moringa tree provides building materials. Moringa leaves and seed pods are often eaten for their nutritious value and the roots are made into a pungent condiment. The leaf is used extensively in Ayurveda and is typically steeped as moringa tea.
Moringa is a tree that has been used for thousands of years in India for everything from food, to building materials, and also for its beneficial properties. This 'wonder tree' truly is wondrous in that each part of the tree is useful. The roots, stems, leaves, seedpods, resin, and flowers are considered to be healing herbs in Ayurvedic (traditional Indian healing system).
Moringa is one of nature’s most nutritious foods. Its leaves are an excellent source of many vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants! Moringa Leaf is a nutrient-packed botanical that's been used extensively for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine due to its wellness properties and health benefits. High in Vitamin C, 7 times more than oranges, and Potassium, 15 times more than bananas. Moringa also contains calcium, magnesium, iron, and many other beneficial nutrients.