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  1. Nutrient-rich: Moringa leaves, which include the seeds, are packed with nutrients. They contain more vitamin C than oranges, more vitamin A than carrots, more calcium than milk, more potassium than bananas, and more protein than yogurt.

  2. Multipurpose plant: Not just the leaves, but the pods, fruits, flowers, roots, and bark of the Moringa plant are also utilized for different needs and purposes. The immature seed pods or drumsticks, when boiled, are edible and are excellent sources of vitamin C, dietary fiber, and potassium.

  3. Combatting malnutrition: Due to its nutritional properties, Moringa is used to combat malnutrition among infants and nursing mothers.

  4. Medicinal uses: Moringa has plenty of medicinal uses. When taken as a tea, it is a great remedy for diarrhea and gastric ulcers.


It's always best to consult a healthcare provider prior to starting a new health regimen. 



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