Moringa 5 seeds for planting Moringa oleifera

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Moringa is one of the most useful and widely used plants on Earth.Moringa is one of the best and most natural sources of antioxidants.A species of plant from the Himalayas that has attracted attention and...
Moringa is one of the most useful and widely used plants on Earth.

Moringa is one of the best and most natural sources of antioxidants.

A species of plant from the Himalayas that has attracted attention and is known in many parts of the world as the "miracle tree". This fast-growing, summer green-colored plant is cultivated as a utility and ornamental plant. It matures in almost any type of soil and forms pinnate leaves. Its golden leaves smell like honey.

Moringa leaves are a natural, extremely versatile concentrate of multivitamins and inorganic nutrients, and its seeds free water from bacteria and viruses and are a source of cosmetic oil. Moringa oleifera is a component of curry mixes. Depending on the region, it is also known as the horseradish tree or the behena tree. It originally comes from the Himalayan region, but today it grows in tropical and subtropical regions of the Earth: in Africa, Arabia, Southeast Asia and the Canary Islands.

Its unique properties are known all over the world. Moringa is great for increasing the overall condition and immunity of the body. Due to the natural wealth of minerals and nutrients such as vitamins (A, D and C), sodium, potassium, iron, calcium, magnesium and sodium, moringa supplements the body's requirements for these elements. Its properties are so popular that some African countries officially promote the use of the horseradish tree in cooking among the public. In addition, moringa contains antioxidants responsible for slowing down the aging processes of cells, which contributes to the improvement of the skin condition. As a curiosity, it can be mentioned that just a few grains of horseradish tree are enough to effectively purify even several liters of water! Laboratory work is also underway to determine whether the compounds in moringa - spiroquinine and benzylamine - are useful as antibiotics.

Moringa contains twice as much protein as soybeans, four times more vitamin E than wheat germ, four times more vitamin A than carrots, seven times more vitamin C than oranges, 15 times more potassium than bananas, 17 times more protein than milk and 25 times more iron than spinach.

Eaten fresh or boiled. The roots, like horseradish, have antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties. After cooking, the flowers, which taste like mushrooms, are also edible. Boiled seeds taste like peas and roasted like nuts. Edible oil is also obtained from the seeds, which is used in the production of paints, soap and biofuels. After the oil is extracted, the powdered leftover seeds can purify the water. In addition, the bark, juice, roots, seeds, oil and flowers are used medicinally.

Soak the seeds in warm water overnight. We sow into soil mixed with sand in a proportion of 2: 1, with a pH of 6-7. Leave in a warm, sunny place, covered. We make sure that the earth does not dry up. Germination from a month to three. Protect young plants from the wind, regularly water them with little water. Flowering just 6 months after sowing!

Contains 5 seeds of Moringa seeds