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Moringa Oleifera seeds, Chùm Ngây

Moringa Oleifera seeds, Chùm Ngây
Moringa Oleifera seeds, Chùm Ngây
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Moringa Oleifera seeds, Chùm Ngây
Moringa Oleifera seeds, Chùm Ngây
Moringa Oleifera seeds, Chùm Ngây
$5.55
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  • Model: P529
  • SKU: SKU2402529
  • Location: Loc:TR52952
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Moringa Oleifera seeds, known as "nature's miracle seeds", are packed with antioxidants and essential nutrients. From aiding digestion to boosting immunity, these seeds offer numerous health benefits in a compact package. 

Moringa, also known as the "miracle tree," is a fast-growing tree that is native to South Asia. It is grown for its leaves, seeds, and pods, all of which have nutritional and medicinal properties. 


Appearance:

Moringa trees can grow up to 10 meters tall, with a wide, umbrella-shaped canopy. The leaves are small and oval-shaped, and the flowers are white and fragrant. The seed pods are long and slender, and the seeds inside are used for oil extraction.


Growing conditions:

Moringa trees are tropical and subtropical plants that grow best in temperatures between 25°C and 35°C. They require well-drained soil, regular watering, and full sun exposure. They can be propagated through seeds, cuttings, or grafting.


Germination day:

Moringa seeds typically germinate within 5 to 14 days.


Harvesting:

Moringa leaves and pods can be harvested as soon as the tree is mature enough, which usually takes around 6 months to a year. The leaves are usually harvested by pruning the branches, while the pods are harvested when they are still young and tender.


Nutrition:

Moringa leaves are rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals, including calcium, iron, and vitamin C. The seeds are also rich in protein and contain healthy fats.


Common use:

Moringa leaves and pods are commonly used in traditional medicine and Ayurvedic practices. They are also used in cooking, particularly in Southeast Asian cuisine. Moringa oil is used in cosmetics and skincare products.


Health benefits:

Moringa has been shown to have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antimicrobial properties. It may also have potential benefits for blood sugar control, cholesterol management, and liver health. However, more research is needed to fully understand its health benefits.



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