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On your way to a developing country? Bring Moringa seeds in your traveling bag.


When you travel to a developing country you meet local people. They most often give you a warm welcome. It is a nice gesture to bring a gift. A familiar practice is giving pens to children. Our suggestion is to give seeds of the Moringa tree. It is a small effort, a small gesture, but after a year a little seed becomes a tree of at least 3 meters. Think of all the possibilities the Moringa tree has to offer.


Moringa Seeds - Maybe the best present?

Give Moringa Seeds!


One Moringa Seed = One (miracle)tree


Moringa could virtually wipe out malnutrition.


The countries with the highest rates of malnutrition are almost all the same countries where Moringa grows best-exactly where it is needed the most.


You can send Moringa seeds to someone in a Third World country. Dont have one address? Google can help to find one.


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Moringa Oleifera Seeds


Moringa seeds are as important as the Moringa tree itself. Germinate a seed, and it will produce a Moringa tree that grows rapidly and continues to shower you with nutrients for years to come. The Moringa plant is a fast growing tree that can go from seed, up to 3 meters in its first year. Imagine the possibilities moringa seeds?




Moringa oleifera  tree provides some of the most useful and valuable seeds on earth. The Moringa oleifera seeds create powerful and natural medicines used to heal a variety of ailments. In addition, Moringa oleifera seeds are used to purify water, feed animals and eaten. The extracts can produce powerful fertilizers and pesticides that keep other plants healthy. While many parts of Moringa oleifera trees are deemed useful, the seeds are especially prized for their medicinal powers. The seeds have valuable properties that enable them to treat a wide array of illnesses and conditions.


Moringa seeds in Ayurveda and other traditional medicines

The seeds of the moringa plant have been used in Ayurveda medical practice for centuries to treat a variety of ailments and to improve overall health in patients. The antibiotic properties of moringa seeds make them valuable in poultices and topical treatments for bacterial infections and other conditions of the skin. Taken internally, moringa seeds have traditionally been used to reduce the frequency of epileptic fits and to treat arthritis and rheumatoid disorders. Moringa seeds are also recommended by traditional practitioners to treat a variety of sexual dysfunctions and to improve sex drive in both men and women.


Find Moringa Seeds

The best place to get Moringa seeds is as close as possible to where they will be grown. This will make sure that the seeds will be most resilient to the local climate and conditions. If Moringa grows in your region, you can just collect seeds from those Moringa trees. Look for pods that are dry and have turned brown. Harvest the Moringa seeds before the pods split open and fall to the ground.


Moringa seeds are produced annually in the tropical and sub tropical countries. Like the rest of the Moringa plant, the seeds are highly valued, as they give us the incredibly nutritious Moringa tree leaves and pods.


The Moringa seeds come with their very own wings to ensure the wind carries them to fertile ground far away from the parent plant. When firmly rooted, the Moringa seeds produce a bountiful crop of one of the world’s most healthy plants.


Moringa Seeds can be described as follow.


Moringa seeds are large and circular-shaped, and grow inside the lengthy pods of the Moringa oleifera tree. The pods are hard and can reach around or more then 1 foot in length. Every individual Moringa pod can produce more then 10 Moringa seeds.


Moringa oleifera seeds have a unique and enjoyable appearance. They have sets of thin flaps extending from the main kernel. These flaps serve as wings to carry the seeds away from the mother Moringa tree. With the help of the wind, the seeds move across the ground until they find a resting place to germinate and become a tree.


The Moringa oleifera leaves grow very fast but the seed pods do not grow back every few months lik ethe leaves can do. Moringa trees can make seed pods on one time per year, just like many other plants. Beeing a healing plant. it worths to wait a little for the trees to make this seed pods.


Moringa oleifera trees give a huge volume of seed pods during their reproduction months. An normal tree of arount five meters in height can produce thousands of seed pods, yielding countless seeds each year and every year the morinag tree is alive.


Uses for Moringa Seeds


Fresh Moringa seeds are normaly quite soft and yield with big pressure. When Moringa seeds dry out, they harden until they look like a dried bean or pea.


When the Moringa seeds are used for oil extraction, the seeds are harvested and processed straight away. The fresh, soft seeds are broken into pieces and heated with water, and then they are pressed for oil. Much research is being done in this field to get a high amount oil out of the seeds. Still a long road to go to find the right methode for moringa oil pressing.


Moringa seeds can also be harvested for other proposes beside oil. The moringa seeds could be used as food, to purify water or in cultivating further Moringa crops. Moringa seeds are a very welcome in many cultures as a nutritious food. The moringa seeds are full of nutrients, making them as popular as Moringa leaves in lots of meals and recipes.


Growing Moringa Seeds


The Moringa plant is getting discovered by more and more people. Every day there are new companies and business dealing in moringa. The offering of moringa seeds and moringa powder on the internet went from zero to 1000 at the spead of light, the last 2 years. Seeds of the Moringa oleifera tree are cheaply available online. Please read our instructions on where and how to plant moringa seeds before you order any seeds because maybe the environment or weather where you live, is not suitable for growing moringa or germinating the seeds. A tropical or sub tropical environment is the ideal but you could still grow the Moringa plant indoors, greenhouse or personal home, when you take good care of the seed planting and growing process. Moringa seeds germinate well in a room temperature environment. The seeds will grow into plants after around 2 weeks in the ground. Moringa seeds likes it warm and lots of light. You need to take care that you dont over water the seeds because they could rot.


One way to do it is to soak the seeds in water for around twenty four hours. By doing this you will let the seeds to get moisture that the seeds require for sprouting. After the twentyfour hour soaking periude, you can remove the seeds and place them in the ground. One cm deep is good enough. Remember to give the seeds some water but not too much, otherwise the seed may rotten. Check the moringa seeds come out of the ground around 2 weeks later. Some seeds will never grow. But the other time i plant 5 seeds and i got six little moringas. Talking about green fingers... or was that a miracle?


Although Moringa can stand freezing temperatures, a good rule to follow for growing Moringa oleifera is keeping the temperatures above 20 Celcius.


Harvesting Your Moringa Plant


Moringa is such a fast grower, that means you can harvest the Moringa plant of its leaves every couple of months. The leaves will grow back again with all the same nutrients as the first time and without damaging the tree. The Moringa tree can grow several meters in its first year after germinating from seed.


Cleaning water with moringa seeds


The Moringa seed cake which remains after the oil has been extracted has proved to be a very effective coagulant for purifying water. The Moringa seeds powder helps remove sediment and bacteria, leaving the water clean and alomost ready to drink.


Water will require different amounts of Moringa oleifera seeds powder to purify it, depending on the impurities present. Around 50-150 mg of ground seeds treat one litre of water: as a rule of thumb, powder from one seed will be sufficient for one litre of very turbid or two litres of slightly turbid water. Experimenting with small amounts of water in a jar will help you work out the correct amount of powder and the optimal stirring times.


You may want to compare the water quality achieved with Moringa oleifera seeds to that achieved with other methods (see Mitchell et al., 2008, for an example of a different water purification method), and run a com-petition for the most efficient method of water purification.


In certain rural areas of Sudan, women already use Moringa oleifera to purify water: when collecting water from the River Nile, they place the powdered seeds in a small cloth bag with a thread attached. This is then swirled around in the bucket of turbid water, until the fine particles and bacteria clump together with Moringa oleifera seeds powder, sinking and settling to the bottom. For drinking water though, the water needs to be purified further by boiling, filtering through sand or placing it in direct sunlight in a clearbottle for a couple of hours (solarising; see Folkard et al., 1999).


Moringa Oleifera: a sustainable solution against malnutrition.


Within the past ten years, Moringa oleifera, a tropical, multipurpose tree has grown from being practically unknown, even unheard of, to being a new and promising nutritional and economic resource for developing countries. The Moringa oleifera tree leaves, which are easy to grow and rich in proteins, vitamins and minerals, are becoming widely used in projects fghting against malnutrition. Producing Moringa oleifera leaves is also a means of generating agricultural income, developing the food processing industry and founding new businesses.


Most people agree that hunger, existing on a large scale, is unacceptable. In prosperous countries many people are prepared to give money or do voluntary work. For decades development aid has been given with mixed results. For example, Western organisations import vitamin pills or nutrition bars to problem areas. In the short term it can be a solution. It is however, not a long term solution for chronic food shortages. To know which aid is really durable, it is good to look at the potential that is already available in developing and third world countries. Moringa is a very simple and readily available solution to the problem of malnutrition. The edible leaves of the Moringa oleifera tree are already an occasional food source throughout regions of the tropics and sub-tropics.


"Conventional" crops are often not native and require expensive inputs, significant irrigation and land preparation in order to produce a successful harvest. This means that they are more vulnerable to droughts. For smallholder farmers in Africa's drylands, a failed harvest can mean months of malnutrition and hardship. Trees, on the other hand, often survive when other crops fail. Commonly seen by the West as "famine foods", tree foods already form a significant part of daily diets across rural Africa.


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