The Uses of some of Moringa’s Parts

By on Jan 16, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

On this topic we want to share with you some of the uses of Moringa by varios cultures (African, Asian, America).

The information was taken from the book Moringa Introduction, written by Monica G. Marcu, and you can get it on our website clicking here.

LEAVES FLOWERS PODS SEEDS
General Tonic General Tonic   Tonic
Anti-inflammatory Anti-inflammatory Anti-inflammatory Anti-inflammatory
Anti-cancer Anti-cancer Anti-cancer  
Diuretic Diuretic   Treats bladder problems
Antibacterial Antibacterial   Antibacterial
Antihelmintic (1) Antihelmintic Antihelmetic  
Reduce fever Antibiotic   Reduce fever
Reduce headache      
Laxative     Laxative
Anti-Anemic     Treat scurvy (2)
Increase milk production      
Anti-diarrheic      
Antihypertensive      
Anti-diabetic      
Hepatoprotector      
Relaxant sedactive      

Note: Roots and bark are also used in a variety of ways for healing.

(1) Induce parasite eliminations (kills parasites and their eggs).
(2) A life-threatening disease due to deficiency of vitamin C.

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