What is Moringa?
The Moringa Oleifera tree is a fast growing drought-resistant native to the southern foothills of the Himalayas in northwestern India.
Moringa is called “Nebedaye”, which means “never die” in many African languages. The Moringa tree was first recorded being used around 2000 BC for medicinal purposes. In ancient times it was known to be used in countries such as Rome, Greece and Egypt.
More recently it's been used in Third World Countries for its nutritional benefit of containing protein, iron and important amino acids. Easily grown in arid regions and added to the local dishes to give starving children and families a healthy diet.
You can now find Moringa listed in many health food products, skin creams, shampoos, soaps, and even pet food.
The uses of this "Miracle Tree" are many. As you research this tree and the many reasons it was created, you will come to understand why we choose to share this knowledge with you. You will also learn how one tree can be a part of changing your life for the better! Watch these videos for more detailed information.