Moringa leaves are antiseptic and fight off many bacterial infections

Moringa is a highly resistant tree that originated in India and is now cultivated in many tropical countries in Asia and Africa. Generally, it is the moringa oleifera, of all the existing species, that is cultivated and consumed.

Moringa is a fast-growing tree, taking just 3 to 6 months to harvest its first leaves and a year and a half for the first crop of fruit. Its leaves are world-renowned for their many virtues. They form part of the diet of local populations.

In Europe, however, the leaves are dried before being ground into powder. It is therefore used exclusively as a food supplement.

Moringa seeds

Nutrients in Moringa seeds:

Moringa seeds contain many and varied nutrients, the most important of which are:

  • Moringa seeds contain a high percentage of oils (about 37% of the seed weight) and beneficial fatty acids, including oleic acid, monounsaturated fatty acids with a high percentage of monounsaturated fatty acids, and sterols.
  • It contains a high percentage of antioxidants.
  • In addition, Moringa seeds contain a high percentage of proteins rich in sulfur amino acids.
  • Beneficial sugars, carbohydrates and fibre.
  • Mineral salts such as magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and calcium.
  • Vitamins such as vitamin E, vitamin C, and vitamin B1 that are beneficial to the body.


Moringa Drumstick

Drumsticks are vegetable pods from the Moringa tree. If you enjoy creating unique and delicious meals, drumstick is a vegetable that you can utilize to produce finger-licking masterpieces. Drumsticks are used to produce a variety of wonderful and healthful cuisines throughout India utilizing simple items found in your kitchen, and the best thing is that they are good for you.