Then God showed Moses a tree, which when cast into the waters,
turned the water sweet and drinkable. ( Exodus 15:22-27 )
I teach the world about Moringa Trees ….
millions of children don’t have to die. Moringa Tree Facts :
The seeds are cheap but care must be taken as the
roots and seeds are not safe to consume. 80% of the seed tend
to germinate. The leaves have more 7 times more vitamin
c than oranges, more than 4 times the calcium than milk,
3 times the potassium than milk, two times the protein
than milk, 4 times the vitamin A than carrots. Three times
the vitamin E than almonds. Three times the potassium of
bannas. Three times the iron of spinach. Plus two times the
protein of yogurt which is rare in a leafy green plant !
Don’t let this information die ! A tree that needs to grow in
dry soil , just what the doctor ordered for starving children
While Moringa Trees could help millions of children certain
precautions must be observed !
PLEASE avoid the roots of the trees.
SPECIAL CAUTION NOTE : ** – ” The thickened root is used as
a substitute for horseradish although this is now discouraged as
it contains alkaloids, especially moriginine, and a bacteriocide,
spirochin, both of which can prove fatal following ingestion. ” **
*** Keep a very close watch on Children to see that they react well
to Moringa. A child may vomit or get diarrhea. If this happens
discontinue use. Make sure the Moringa powder is green and not
brown. If it is brown it may be burnt which is no good.
Sometimes people rush the process and apply to much heat to
the powder making the powder brown and useless. If it’s brown
take it back and get a refund. ***
Moringa Oleifera is called the the Miracle Tree in the Himalayas,
thanks to its nutritional qualities. Moringa is known as Horseradish
Tree, Drumstick tree, Behen, Ben Nut Tree, Benzolive, Clarifier Tree,
Indian Horseradish, Kelor Tree, Malunggay, Marango, Mlonge,
Moringa, Moringa oleifera, Moringa pterygosperma, Mulangay,
Murungakai, Nebeday, Sahjna, Saijan,
Saijhan, Sajna, Shagara al Rauwaq, Shigru.