Drumstick Tree Uses for Sex and Health, Leaves of The Miraculous Moringa!
Before we begin our topic about such miraculous drumstick tree uses, let’s first get to know a little about the Ancient Moringa Tree
The Moringa Tree
Moringa Oleifera is the scientific name for the moringa tree mainly originating in India and is also called Drumstick Tree. The name Moringa is the most known and commonly used by many people around the world for its many medical benefits. almost all parts of the Moringa Tree are used for many different medicinal purposes.
Moringa Tree and its Amazing Ability to Adapt
The Moringa tree can adapt to almost any environment as it is characterized by its high drought tolerance. It does not need much water and is sufficient to grow it on only rainwater, so it grows in mountains and deserts; it grows in arid, warm, semi-dry, dry, temperate and warm areas It is also an evergreen tree used to improve soil properties
Some other drumstick tree uses
as nematode control, animal feed and beekeeping.
It is successfully cultivated on canal and waterways bridges,
in-house gardens and on farms,
and does not suffer from pests or diseases unless planted in really contaminated soil.
Moringa Tree grows very fast
Moringa Tree is one of the fastest growing trees in the world,
with a height of more than 2 meters in less than two months
and more than three meters in less than 10 months.
Drumstick Tree Uses
1st Moringa Leaves
Moringa Leaves are rich in content of:
- vitamins A and C,
- and phosphorus.
1- Moringa Leaves are eaten regularly in some regions of Africa.
2-They are also used as a dietary supplement for people with HIV in some African countries.
3- The powdered leaves are used as a spice to conveniently be added to daily meals.
4- Experience has shown that the addition of leaves Moringa to the diet of the nursing mother led to increased milk production.
5- juice of the Moringa leaves proven to lower blood pressure.
6- The Moringa leaves contain:
- seven times the vitamin C found in orange,
- three times the banana content of potassium,
- four times the milk content of calcium,
- four times the content of the carrots of vitamin A
7- Moringa leaves can be eaten either fresh or cooked like spinach,
as can be dried and ground in a powder to be added to sauces or soups.
2nd stem, stalk, bark, and roots of the Moringa Tree
1- Moringa stalks are used as fuel-wood in rural communities.
2- Moringa Bark produces a substance used in some pharmaceutical industries,
and also used in the treatment of diarrhea.
3- Moringa roots are a treatment for rheumatism in some areas.
3rd Moringa Seeds
The most important part of the Moringa tree is the seed.
It has many uses. It is resistant to bacterial skin infections.
Moringa Seeds are also used as an aphrodisiac.
The seeds contain an estimated 35 percent of its components.
4th Moringa Tree oil
Sweet, non-sticky Moringa Tree oil is used for cooking purposes,
In the manufacture of some perfumes, creams and hair care,
and as a source of energy as a biofuel.
Moringa tree oil contains anti-bacterial substances used for medical and therapeutic purposes.
It is also characterized by its non-ablution,
its oil burns without producing any smoke
and has no distinctive taste,
making it the best, and even a good choice for edible oil.
Extracting the Moringa oil from the seeds after they are roasted and crushed, and then boiled in water;
where the oil floats above the surface of the water,
and is collected, while the remaining seeds are used as fertilizer for the soil.
Uncountable Moringa Benefits
Moringa Nutrition Facts
Moringa Benefits are due to rich nutritional value as it contains:
- 46 antioxidants,
- 36 anti-inflammatory,
- 18 essential amino acids,
- 15 vitamin and mineral salt
11 Amazing drumstick tree uses
1- The manufacture of so many energy drinks depends on it.
2- Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs have known the benefits of this miraculous Moringa Tree,
and they called it “the tree of life” and have used it in the field of mummification.
3- Research has shown that different parts of the Moringa tree can be used to prevent at least 300 diseases
3- It is a rich source of vitamin C, which contains twice the percentage of calcium in a whole orange.
4- The amount of calcium in the leaves of the moringa is much higher than milk
and therefore it strengthens the structure of the teeth.
5- Moringa leaves contain 7 times the potassium found in bananas, that’s why it contributes a lot in lowering high levels of blood pressures.
6- Morniga leaves contain large amounts of zinc
7- Moringa contains four times the vitamin A or beta-carotene found in carrots and therefore is resistant to blindness
8- Moringa is rich in vitamin B (colin),
and vitamin E (Tocopherol)
all of these vitamins helps our body improving our immune system and nerve system
9- Morniga is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, omega-6 and thus protects against heart disease
10- Moringa Pods can also be used as green and can be eaten full, and when dried, we can use them in the same way as cooking other types of food such as peas, chickpeas or nuts.
11- Moringa plant is used to purify the water
by using the remaining seeds after grinding and extracting the Moringa oil,
by adding it to the unclean water.
This is because it has the properties of collecting and depositing solid impurities connected to the water in a trap-like manner.
It works to purify the water from impurities and bacteria at the same time.
it’s widely used in many areas with polluted water and no special purification plants in Africa to reduce epidemics and diseases caused by drinking unclean water.