Scientists have discovered that seeds from the Moringa oleifera tree can be used to purify water. According to Science Daily, the seeds provide a more efficient purification process than synthetic materials currently bei... More »

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A moringa tree, also known as Moringa oleifera, is a subtropic tree that is native to India. Most of the tree is edible and highly nutritious. More »

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Various components of moringa can cause low blood pressure, low heart rate and DNA mutations. The substance can interact with some drugs, while long-term use of moringa leaves may cause liver and kidney damage and its ex... More »

Side effects of Moringa oleifera include uterine contraction, low blood pressure, slow heart rate, antifertility, increased risk of kidney and liver damage and miscarriage, notes Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. P... More »

Moringa is a supplement derived from the Moringa oilefera tree native to areas of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. The bark, flowers, fruit, leaves, root and seeds of the plant are used medicinally in treatin... More »

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Moringa seeds are edible and packed with valuable nutrients that can prevent and treat a host of illnesses. Extracted oil is known as Behen oil and is used as a skin treatment, with the ability to penetrate deeply into t... More »

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As of 2015, there is not currently enough information available about moringa to know if it is safe to use in medicinal amounts, states WebMD. Additionally, there is insufficient evidence to support its use for a wide ra... More »

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