Moringa is a plant that is native to areas of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan. It is also grown in the tropics. The leaves, bark, flowers, fruit, seeds, and root are used to make medicine.

  • Leaves rubbed against the temples can relieve headaches.
  • To stop bleeding from a shallow cut, apply a poultice of fresh leaves.
  • There is an anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory effect when applied to wounds or insect bites.
  • Extracts can be used against bacterial or fungal skin complaints.
  • Leaf tea treats gastric ulcers and diarrhea.
  • Eating Moringa food products is good for those suffering from malnutrition due to the high protein, vitamin and fibre content.
  • Leaves treat fevers, bronchitis, eye and ear infections, inflammation of the mucus membrane
  • The iron content of the leaves is high, and they are reportedly prescribed for anemia in the Philippines.
  • Dried Moringa leaves treat diarrhoea in Malawi, Africa.
  • The powder ground from the seeds is also used in the treatment of scurvy skin diseases (common bacterial infections of the skin).
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