Uses of Moringa seeds

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Moringa seeds are used in various fields. These have been shown to be effective enough to purify the water of the Nile river,which is quite an undertaking.The seeds are considered to have antibiotic properties. They are used in some countries, internally, to treat fevers.

We understand that, in Aruba, a paste of crushed Moringa seeds is used to eliminate warts. There are numerous scientific reports of the seeds effectiveness against most common bacteria, and there is evidence to suggest that the seeds are anti-fungal, anti-viral, antiseptic, and antibacterial. We are not licensed physicians, or scientists, so we cannot state more here, than what we have read to be true – however – we have researched a lot of scientific reports about the incredible “power” of the lowly Moringa seed.

moringa-seads-PodLeafYou can research it online, for yourself. We believe you will be amazed. Many cultures eat the seeds, roasted, sautéed or raw. Roasted, they have a pleasant “nutty” taste. The oil from the seeds is of an excellent quality, and fine enough to be used by watchmakers. It is called ben oil. Many people use Moringa seed oil for cosmetic purposes. It is a lightweight, pleasant smelling oil, that absorbs rapidly and leaves no greasy residue. In some countries, it is used to condition the hair.Moringa seeds do not all look like “Morey” but, most of them sprout and grow the same – fast. At present, we carry Moringa Oleifera seeds, and Moringa Stenopetala seeds.

You can purchase them through the link above, or the one below. Our seeds tend to cost more than those offered by many other companies, but they are hand-selected, FRESH, and organically grown without any artificial chemicals or pesticides. Moringa oleifera tree is grown in many parts of the world and can tolerate hostile conditions and poor soils.

It is a very useful tree and practically every part of it can be used as food or in traditional medicine. Moringa seeds are eaten either in the immature pod or when fully maturated. The seeds can also be pressed to produce Moringa oil, which is used in cooking, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. We offer you Moringa seeds and oil in organic varieties , which are also available.Moringa seeds are rich in oleic acid,which is a monounsaturated fatty acid. This acid is typically associated with olive oil, as the latter is one of the main sources of this unsaturated fat in the diet. Oleic acid is believed to be one of the factors responsible for the health-promoting effects of the Mediterranean diet, and according to the 2007 issue of Alternative Medicine Review, We are collecting evidence that will help you to protect against cancer.

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