Scientific name: Moringa oleifera
Origin: NW India
Medicinal use: The taste of moringa is pleasant and its parts can be eaten raw, especially the leaves and flowers (which are cream-colored and appear mainly in times of drought, when the tree usually loses its leaves) or cooked in various ways (for example in stews). The oil extracted from its seeds has many applications. More than a third of the content of the seeds is high quality oil, rich in unsaturated fatty acids.
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