Moringa: Sowing, growing, harvesting, drying the leaves

Moringa: Sowing, growing, harvesting, drying the leaves

Moringa: Sowing, rising, harvesting, drying the leaves

Leaves of the Miracle tree Moringa include nearly the whole lot the human physique wants. They are stuffed with nutritional vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and protein. Just a few teaspoon stuffed with the go away powder added to the day by day food regimen of kids might help in combating malnutrition in lots of growing international locations. But even in the industrialized world Moringa leaf powder is more and more used (and offered at excessive costs) as an worthwhile meals additive for health-conscious individuals. Nearly each a part of the tree can be utilized: as meals (leaves and pods), as ingredient for cosmetics (moringa seed oil), as water air purifier (seeds) and drugs (leaves & roots).
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36 thoughts on “Moringa: Sowing, growing, harvesting, drying the leaves”

  1. cut to 3 inch above from ground.
    cut at 12 inch height
    like grass alfalfa..
    or cut
    longer at 3 ft height and cutting 12 inch tenders like tea
    i like the idea of cutting 6 inch tenders..
    train the morry to look like a tea bush

  2. Thank you for the precise information in your wonderful video. One question: Based on a lot of directions on the net, I have tried drying the leaves in the shade. But after about 3-4 days, the leaves develop mold / fungus and smell different (I am from a high-humidity location in South India) Can you please advise a remedy?

  3. In the Philippines we plant moringa from cuttings ( wrist size branches and about 4 feet ). If planted in sandy soil its trunk can grow to 1 foot in diameter in just one year. Just be sure not to disturb the cuttings after planting them.

  4. Do you sell any of your ground Moringa? We buy capsules form Amazon. They are Green. just hope they are still really good.. They are working.. but makes me wonder what if I had more fresh. Was told not to buy if leaves are dark or brown. they are dead, and no good. thanks

  5. Thanks so much for such a great video. Do all Moringa varieties have the same benefits?, I bought one that only had “Moringa” on the label from a market, it has small leaves like yours on the video. It has grown so fast in the couple of months I planted it. I’m in Queensland Australia.

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