PRLog - Nov. 14, 2012 - LOS ANGELES -- Moringa - A Supermarket On A Tree!
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“Without Moringa there is no life” goes the saying of the Konso people who inhabit the lowlands of southern Ethiopia, expressing the ancient link that unites them to the Moringa plant. Called “the miracle tree” in local language, is known for its capacity to withstand prolonged periods of drought.
Moringa sounds like magic. It can rebuild weak bones, enrich anemic blood and enable a malnourished mother to nurse her starving baby. It's cheap, and full of nutrients. A dash of Moringa can make dirty water drinkable. Doctors use Moringa to treat diabetes in West Africa and high blood pressure in India. Not only can Moringa staunch a skin infection, it makes an efficient fuel, fertilizer and livestock feed.
The Moringa tree leaf is a nutritionally rich, ecological and economical vegetable available in practically all tropical countries. It is therefore essential to develop the production and consumption of this "green superfood". Processed or fresh, the moringa oleifera (http://miracletrees.org/
Moringa empowers YOU to combat climate change, malnutrition, desertification, food shortages and much more.
Most people agree that hunger, existing on a large scale, is unacceptable. In prosperous countries many people are prepared to give money or do voluntary work. For decades development aid has been given with mixed results. For example, Western organisations import vitamin pills or nutrition bars to problem areas. In the short term it can be a solution. It is however, not a long term solution for chronic food shortages. To know which aid is really durable, it is good to look at the potential that is already available in developing and third world countries. Moringa is a very simple and readily available solution to the problem of malnutrition. The edible leaves of the Moringa oleifera tree are already an occasional food source throughout regions of the tropics and sub-tropics.
Moringa can make the difference! Experts agree moringa could virtually wipe out malnutrition. The countries with the highest rates of malnutrition are almost all the same countries where Moringa grows best-exactly where it is needed the most. We know that Moringa represents a superior option for battling the effects of malnutrition in impoverished areas.
Take a look at the videos, they speak 1000 words.