Moringa Seeds Are Beneficial
I just popped a peeled, raw, Moringa seed into my mouth. Interesting. It reminds me of a garbanzo bean or a tiny clove of garlic in appearance and tastes both bitter and sweet.
The seeds are packed with vitamins, calcium, iron and amino acids and assist our bodies in a number of ways:
- high in fiber
- assists in rest
- great source zinc which can assist in blood sugar regulation
- reduces joint pain due to the concentrated amounts of calcium found within
- anti-carcinogenic effects
- powerful anti-oxidant
- boosts energy
- anti-inflammation properties
- natural viagra and good for prostate
The list goes on! But don't take my word for it; Google It!
Preparation is easy, just boil them and use them as a garnish portion to any meal. While the seeds are healing and nutritious, they don’t have as many vitamins and minerals as the leaves do, but they are high in vitamin C.
Peel the bark off and try one with food and work your way to more and DO NOT eat them if you are pregnant. Start slow because these seeds are also known for detoxification and too many can cause purging.
- Eat them raw
- Boil them
- Steep them in water for a tea before bed to assist in deeper rest.
Our Moringa seeds are fresh and USDA Certified Organic.
The Moringa TREE is beautiful and easy to grow but struggles to thrive in most of the United States due to colder weather. A greenhouse would provide the warmth and protection needed in the winter. Another option is to plant the seeds in a planter outside for summer and then move them inside before the temp drops below 40 degrees. These trees are very hearty and can grow up to two feet a month.
There is nothing better than picking the fresh and beautiful leaves right off the tree and adding them to salads, soups or a variety of recipes.