Its genesis and first record of usebegan on the Asian continent, specifically India –the MoringaOleifera is referred to as the miracle tree, why? let’s find out.
At the University of Mauritius, research work has been carried out about moringaoleifera …They relate to the evaluation of phytochemical, biological and clinical effects …
The leaves are rich in vitamins B,C, A and E which are very good antioxidants, omega 3 fatty acid, amino acids, minerals such as potassium, magnesium iron and also celenium.
The leaves are also rich in protein. 100 g of leaves gives us twice as much protein and calcium as a cup of milk; twice as much vitamin C as an orange and as much potassium than banana for example. Nowadays, moringa is very present in cosmetology and pharmacology.
The Moringa tree contains many medicinal properties which are important for the human body. The tree can be planted or found in the wild, it is also part of the culinary tradition of Mauritius.
Fun Fact, all parts of the plant are edible.