Published: September 11, 2013


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The Latin name of the MIRACLE TREE is Moringa Oleifera. It is a tree native to India and cultivated in all sub-tropical areas. Though moringa oleifera is most common, there are a dozen other known species within the genus, which means they share the same underlying biochemical structure.

This tropical multipurpose tree, resistant to drought, is fast growing. It easily reaches three meters in height, just ten months after planting. A tree can reach twelve meters height with a trunk of thirty cm wide. 1000 trees per hectare are usual, and, they quickly flower and fruit. It is also called “nebeday” or the tree that never dies. It tolerates a wide range of soils and rainfall conditions.

This tree produces flowers, leaves, pods, and, seeds, that each do uncommon and very particular things and activities.

Scientifically speaking, although few people have heard of it, moringa sounds like magic, with incredible natural properties.

Moringa could become one of the world’s most valuable plants, at least in humanitarian terms, but also for commercial purposes. Moringa promotes environmentally sound economic development.

Now, there is an interest from entrepreneurs for the miracle tree, because all its parts are used for nutritional and pharmacological properties, but also to purify and clear water.

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