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Moringa Oleifera African Super Food

Other names include the Benzolive tree, Horseradish tree, and Drumstick tree.

The raw leaves are a rich source of Vitamin A, Calcium, Magnesium, Vitamin C, Potassium, Copper, Sulfur B Vitamins and Iron. High protein content and a low source of fat and carbohydrate. Great for infants, pregnant and breast feeding mums.

The leaves are among the worlds richest vegetables. It is a plant food with a high concentration of proteins, vitamins, and minerals; 100 grams of fresh Moringa leaves provide the same amount of protein as an egg, more iron than a steak, as much Vitamin C as an orange, and as much calcium as a glass of milk.

Frank Martin states in Survival and Subsistence in the Tropics That the leaves of the horseradish tree are an outstanding source of vitamin A, B and C and among the best plant sources of minerals. The calcium content is very high for a plant while the Phosphorous is low. The content of iron is very good (it is reportedly prescribed for anemia in the Philippines). They are an excellent source of protein and a very low source of fat and carbohydrates. Thus the leaves are one of the best plant foods that can be found." In his Edible Leaves of the Tropics he adds that the leaves are incomparable as a source of the sulfur-containing amino acids methionine and cystine, which are often in short supply.

In India the Moringa Oleifera roots are used in the treatment of a number of ailments, including Asthma, Gout, Lumbago, Rheumatism, enlarged spleen or liver, internal deep seated inflammations and calculous affections Moringa oleifera have been studied for diuretic and acute anti-inflammatory activity. Several phytochemical investigations on this plant on its leaves, pods have led to isolation of several carbamate, thiocarbamate and isothiocyanate glycosides which were also the hypotensive principles.

Above paragraph sited from K.V. Sashidhara, J.N. Rosaiah, E. Tyagi, R. Shukla, R. Raghubir, S.M. Rajendran. Rare dipeptide and urea derivatives from roots of Moringa oleifera as potential anti-inflammatory and antinociceptive agents, European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry (2008), doi: 10.1016/j.ejmech.2007.12.018






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