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So Many Uses –
        So Many Benefits


Uses of Moringa


Moringa for: food, cooking, nutrition, water purification, skin, pre-style, pre-color and hair condition.​

  • Leaves: Eaten fresh, cooked or dried and ground into powder.

  • Seeds consist of 42% oil; and may be used:

    • as a machine lubricant

    • as a cooking oil

    • to treat skin conditions

    • as a fertilizer

    • to make antibacterial ointment.

  • The seed kernels purify water by removing suspended particles and organic matter and killing 90% of bacteria.

  • Roots may be ground to make a horseradish-like replacement.

  • Flowers may be eaten raw or made into a tea.Young tender pods may be eaten like asparagus or green beans.

  • Immature seeds may be eaten like garden peas.

  • Wood may be pulped to create a natural blue dye.

  • Bark contains fiber used to make rope.

  • Other uses include animal forage/fodder, green manure and biogas.


“In the spring of 1995, you sent me 12 Moringa seeds and more plants…. now, nearly 200,000 Moringa seeds have been distributed throughout seven states in Brazil”


– Dr Warwick Kerr


“From six Moringa seeds, a village is being saved. My brother planted six Moringa seeds in his village in Nigeria and the trees grew over 10 feet in seven months! A doctor prescribed Moringa tea to a village woman who was very weak. She drank the tea and got better. Now everyone in the village is planting the seeds from those six original trees and will start drinking the tea and eating the leaves! Thank you, ECHO!”


– Stephen ClaytonReducing

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