Moringa is a plant that grows in the tropic and sub-mountainous regions of the Africa and Asia. In the medical world, the plant is categorized as a vitamin or supplement. It is used to treat a variety of ailments.
Moringa is also used in the production of food and hair care products. It is notable that the supplement is considered unsafe to ingest during pregnancy. After the manufacturing process, the leftover pulp from the plant is used as a fertilizer. Additionally, it is used to purify well water. Cultivation of moringa is typically inexpensive, making it readily available to the general public.