AND MORE:
Perfume Making
(the oil is used)

Cooking oil
(slow to get rancid)

Anthelmintic
(leaves, flowers,
and pods used
to kill intestinal
worms)

Windbreak
(planted close
together)

Wart removal
(a crushed seed
paste is used)

Stomach complaints
(oil is used)

Water Purifier
(powdered seeds
purify water, and
even the seed cake
that remains from
extracting the oil,
will purify water)

Lubricant
(the oil from
Moringa seeds
is comparable
to the oil used
by watchmakers,
and it is indeed
used for that)

It is called,
"Ben Oil".

USES FOR MORINGA
  The beneficial ways to use Moringa of all varieties seem to be endless.
Here are just a few of the ways that Moringa is used:
~~~~~
- For food, overcoming malnutrition, or just improving overall health - Moringa provides extreme nourishment to the human body. As stated elsewhere on our website, Moringa leaves are one of the few things in the plant kingdom that supplies all 8 of the essential amino acids, that sustain human life. Simply eat the leaves, flowers, seeds, and pods.
- For oil - extract the oil from the seeds, for cooking, and lubrication.
- For purifying water -  the seeds are an excellent vehicle.
- As an antibiotic - researchers have reported that the crushed seeds are even effective against the skin-infecting bacteria Staphylococcus and the dreaded E. coli. THAT'S wonderful!
- WE like the way it grows hair at least for us, in areas where we had lost it...
~~~ WE DO NOT RECOMMEND EATING THE ROOTS! ~~~
There are some exceptionally good websites, that expound upon the miraculous benefits and apparently endless uses of the Moringa tree, so without bogging you down with more to read here - so, I'll just send you to them. Click on the links below, to give yourself an education on the MIRACULOUS MORINGA TREE, and be prepared to fall in love with it, too!     
I Love Moringa
the fast-growing, nutritious, delicious gift from God
This page was last updated: August 11, 2015
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MORE USES:
Honey source
(bees love the nectar)
Blue dye
(from the bark)
Green manure
Pulp from bark
(news print and
writing paper)
Rope
(bark can be used
for making rope) Livestock Feed
(animals love it)
Tea from flowers
(for common cold)

Pregnant mothers!
Avoid the flowers

Dried leaves
(Treat diarrhea)
Plant Growth
(leaf extract boosts
production)
Ornamental tree
(flowers are
spectacular)
Tanning hides
(bark and gum are
both used)

"Hi! I'm Morey, the Moringa Oleifera Seed!
I am useful for lots of
things, not just eating!"
5654 Cortez Rd West - Bradenton, FL 34210