Moringa is herbal plant of tropical origin, it is found and grown in a number of different areas of the world as an adaptable plant however is known to be native two continents in specific which are Asia and Africa from which they have been used and harvested for generations of time for medical home remedies and to fight off malnutrition. In these certain tropical and subtropical areas they have been within their traditions for centuries mainly for consumption in their meals but also serve purpose for nutritional, medicinal and even industrial applications.
Not one bit of this miracle tree is to be wasted as moringa otherwise known as horseradish tree, miracle tree or drumstick tree because of the following reasons is used to its maximal potential, for many different purposes every component of the herb holds pharmacological and nutritional properties (leaves, roots, seeds, bark, pods, flower and natural oil).
This tree of life has demonstrated not only to reap benefits for our civilizations. Its accounted to of been utilized more than 5000 years ago in the times of the ancient Greeks, Romans and Egyptians, it is within our favour this potent miracle herb has been revived and its presence is once again acknowledged as it once worked wonders for prior civilizations, imagine what it could now do with our modern medical advancements and research.
Not only found on land but residing in the depths of the seven seas or other bodies of water it has proven to purify their indigenous areas of water. It has been shown to have reduced muddiness within water by 80% to a phenomenal 99.5% meanwhile also eliminating bacteria due to its antibacterial properties - put it this way it also cleans water(who knows this may be the riddance of conditions such as cholera). This alone proves moringa has a lot in store that we still don’t know about, providing service for other lifeforms and species and a high potential future advancement in the medical field.
Despite a scarcity of rainfall, moringa will still happen to bloom in abundance, even in the most arid regions it will still grow. This is why it is seen to be found in humid areas as its growth rate isn’t restricted by the lack of rain and water that passes or is within these regions. This drought resistant plant allows for possible salvation of global agricultural dilemmas all parts of the world face and especially developing countries, as mentioned before it can easily tackle malnutrition with its richness in vitamins with such little quantities of it, but it’s ability to produce even through droughts can allow it provide nutrients for those who can’t harvest or have crops when there is a shortage of rain. The moringa is a very undemanding plant which thrives in the driest of soils and sand and higher altitudes or conditions, its properties allow it to play a very important role in soil and water conservation and quite surprisingly mitigate the effects of climate change.