Recent research has begun to catch up with moringa, a tree native to sub-Himalayan India. All parts of the tree are considered a medicinal tonic in Ayurvedic and Unani (Middle-Eastern) folk medicine, but medicinal use of moringa has spread around the world to include many parts of Asia, Africa, and the Carribean. In Ayurveda, moringa is considered heating and balancing to kappha and vata excesses. *
The leaves and seeds are nutrient-dense, although almost all parts of moringa can be used in cooking. Traditionally, moringa is used to treat eye and spleen health as well as digestive concerns--as well as being eaten as a food.*
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