- Wild Cfrafted
Botanical Name: Moringa oleifera
For thousands of years, moringa leaf has been a source of nutrition, while the timber from the morgina tree provides building materials. Moringa leaves and seed pods are often eaten for their nutritious value and the roots made into a pungent condiment. The leaf is used extensively in Jamaica and is typically steeped as moringa tea. Moringa has helped in bringing nutrition to many hungry children around the world (and)….it is considered one of the most nutritious vegetables in the world. It is an important nutrient source for nursing mothers as well as developing children."Perhaps moringa really is a miracle tree..? Not only has it provided food, shelter, water filtration, and medicine, but it may also be a source for fuel in the future. Moringa is being considered as potential source for biodiesel (plant-based fuel that diesel engines can run off of). This plant grows easily in tropical areas and can easily produce high quantities of biomass for fuel. This can be done without compromising leaf harvest, thus the same moringa plant can be cultivated for both fuel and as a nutritional supplement for the natural marketplace simultaneously. It is therefore considered a superior feedstock to jatropha (Jatropha sp.) which is commonly grown for biofuel.
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