Thursday, November 25, 2010

Moringa - the miracle tree.. a life-line

The other day, my agro friend was expounding on the miracle tree, Moringa. (Pokok kelor to some, mungga to others). He was planning to plant the Moringa trees as supplement for cattle fodder in his farm and one of his staff served Moringa Tea that day. I went home and googled on Moringa and I found these interesting articles which I put here for your reading pleasure, another feeble attempt to share whatever little I know. I am also trying to fulfill my promise to my fellow blogger friend, yohteh , from the my comment to him in my previous entry.

MORINGA OLEIFERA TREE

I know some “facts” presented in the articles are repeated over and over.. but that can also mean many people know about them.. and I also have the picture of "telor goreng daun mungga"(fried egg with moringa leaves) from one of the blog (with permission)

FRIED EGG WITH MORINGA OLEIFERA LEAVES


The Moringa Oleifera Plant which grows mainly in the Asian regions. It has been used as a good healer of many diseases the last two thousand years and more. It was mostly used by the earlier medicine men of many countries and races. It is believed that it can cure and prevent more than 300 diseases. Today Given the right nutrition our body will and can heal itself .


The Moringa leaves are the most nutritious part of the Moringa tree. Enormous nutrient supplement helps in curing 300 different diseases, which increases the importance of Moringa in our day to day life. Moringa is a tremendous source of bio-available vitamins and minerals which are the partners of enzymes and co-enzymes. Vitamins activate enzymes and without vitamins, enzymes could not carry out their work, and we could not live. Moringa, with 90+ nutrients, is the best source to nourish the body with the essential nutrients. Dried Moringa leaves contain 4 times the Vitamin A in carrot, 17 times the calcium in milk, 15 times the potassium in Banana, 0.5 times the Vitamin C in Orange and 25 times the Iron in Spinach. Moringa has Vitamin A Beta Carotene, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin, Pyrodixine, Biotin, Ascorbic Acid, Cholecalciferol, Tocopherol and Vitamin K.

(please note the numbers do not tally as the picture is from different article)

Vitamin A is needed to prevent night blindness, promotes healthy skin, and fights infections. Vitamin C is needed to maintain healthy gums, assists in healing wounds, and helps the body use iron. Vitamin E will protect your body against free radical damage to cells. Calcium and Vitamin D are essential to maintain strong bones and teeth. Moringa is rich in vitamin to the extent that it is one of the richest plant sources of Vitamin. The list of Minerals present in Moringa is abundant and few of the main minerals include Calcium, Copper, Iron, Potassium, Magnesium, Manganese and Zinc.

All these minerals are needed for the proper functioning of the body. These vitamins and minerals present in Moringa makes the Moringa tea a healthy drink. Various parts of this plant such as the leaves, roots, seed, bark, fruit, flowers and immature pods act as cardiac and circulatory stimulants, possess antitumor, antipyretic, antiepileptic, antiinflammatory, antiulcer, antispasmodic, diuretic, antihypertensive, cholesterol lowering, antioxidant, antidiabetic, hepatoprotective, antibacterial and antifungal activities, and are being employed for the treatment of different ailments in the indigenous system of medicine.

Scientifically speaking, Moringa sounds like magic. It can rebuild weak bones, enrich anemic blood and enable a malnourished mother to nurse her starving baby. Ounce for ounce, it has the calcium of four glasses of milk, the Vitamin C of seven oranges and the potassium of three bananas. Moringa has triple the iron of spinach. Both Moringa and the common carrot are diamonds in the roughage department, but Moringa has quadruple the beta carotene, which is good for the eyes and effective against cancer.The Bethesda, Md.-based International Eye Foundation is using Moringa in Malawi because it’s loaded with Vitamin A, the lack of which causes 70% of childhood blindness. Its medicinal qualities also are tantalizing. The seeds and roots contain an antibiotic that Guatemala’s University of San Carlos found to be as effective against skin infections as neomycin.


In recent years, studies published in the journal Phytotherapy Research and Hort Science have found different Moringa parts to be effective in lowering blood sugar, reducing swelling, healing gastric ulcers,lowering blood pressure and even calming the nervous system.

One amazing true to life testimony on the benefits of Moringa is the case of Awa Diedhou ( from Africa ), an infant born weighing 3 pounds, 5 ounces. Her mother couldn’t produce sufficient milk and the child was given little chance to survive. On a Moringa supplemented diet, the child quickly grew “quite fat,” and the mother began producing milk.

Beri beri, rickets and scurvy are among the diseases caused by the lack of nutrients that are abundant in Moringa. Three spoonfuls of Moringa leaf powder contain 272% of a typical toddler’s daily Vitamin A requirement, along with 42% of the protein, 125% of the calcium,, 71% of the iron and 22% of the Vitamin C. It contains a full complement of minerals and all the amino acids of meat .

It could be said without any doubt that from the pure Moringa Tree Leaf we can get very good benefits for the health, which are very much reported in studies of the leaf. It is the organic, natural, endurance and energy supplement of health. According to the annals of the ayurveda, India’s old tradition of medicines, the leaves of the Moringa Tree could treat at least 300 diseases.


Written below are the benefits of the Moringa Leaf:
 Increases the Natural Defenses of the body
 Provides nourishment to the eyes and the brain.
 Promotes metabolism with bio-available ingredients
 Promotes the Cell structure of the body
 Promotes natural Serum cholesterol.
 Lowers the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
 Promotes the normal functioning of the liver and the kidney.
 Beautifies the skin
 Promotes energy
 Promotes proper digestion
 Acts as an antioxidant
 Takes care of the immune system of the body
 Promotes healthy circulatory system
 It is anti-inflammatory
 Gives a feeling of general wellness
 Supports the normal sugar levels of the body.

Moringa leaf boosts your energy in a natural manner, and is a remarkable source of nutrition. This energy promotion does not happen because of sugar, so it lasts for a long time. Individuals ingesting it say that their ulcers are healed, tumors restricted, there are reduction in the arthritis pains and inflammations, controlled blood pressure, the skin problems are restored, and finally they have stronger defenses against diseases.

here is another article..

2008/2009 - GHANA MORINGA PLANTATIONS AND NURSERIES
In the year 2008 Paul Yeboah dreamt about Nature’s Medicine Cabinet called "Moringa oleifera". In many African languages called "Never Die". Moringa is not new, it has been known for centuries by people living in tropics areas of the world. Moringa tree has proven itself as a powerful indigenous resource for fighting against hunger and malnutrition.

In the year 2008 Paul Yeboah started doing communities Moringa plantations in one of the regions of Ghana called "Brong Ahafo Region" and now has three thousand farmers (3000) and three hundred communities are into this project and the project is ongoing.

Paul Yeboah is given moringa seeds free to communities into groups and associations and holding workshops/training and seminars for these communities about cultural practices and the numerouse uses of the tree "MORINGA"

Moringa promises relief from the devastating diseases and malnutrition and hunger that are so rampant in the Africa and Africa American communities such as:
1. Diabetes and complications leading to kidney diseases.
2. Obesity brought on by malnutrition (over fed - under nourished).
3. High blood pressure, stroke and heart diseases.
4. Tumor and cancer.
5. Lupus, Arthritis and other Auto immune diseases.
6. Glaucoma - Blindness.
7. Skin Diseases
8. Prostate enlargement and prostate cancer.
9. Hepatitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Irritable bowel syndrome.

Moringa is best known as an excellent source of nutrition and a natural energy booster. It is loaded with nutrients, Vitamins and Amino Acids.
Moringa is not a hyper intense sugar - based energy source. As it helps reduces blood pressure gives you good night sleep.
Moringa leaves are good animal fodder.
Moringa is good for alley cropping and good to replenish degradable lands to arable crop land.
The seeds are good water purifier for communities at the rural areas suffering from water born diseases like (Guinea worm and Bulili urcer).

In the so-called developing world, moringa leaves, pod or leaf powder have become very successful as a nourishment for small children, pregnant or nursing women. Moringa has been known to bring relief from HIV and AIDS, Malnutrition and diseases caused by bad water, bad food and environmental toxins.

Moringa is timely chosen by Paul Yeboah in Ghana as a project running by Permaculture in Ghana and being pledged in the year 2008 in the UNEP billion tree planting campaign for 30,000 trees planted and given IPS GHANA recommendation letter for Donor Support and legally to use their LOGO in addition to IPS logo as well.


You can also look here for more info

Moringa has been promoted as a life line to the poverty stricken .. a miracle tree, yours truly are also praying for a life-line to my agro friend efforts.. a miracle of some sort..

Hopefully this is of benefit to you, have a good day.

44 comments:

Cat-in-Sydney said...

Ayoh Wang,
My Mama said she's familiar with this tree as she grew up in an estate, so to speak. In Malaysia, the tree is usually associated with the Indian community. The fruit, lovingly nicknamed the drumstick fruit is usually cooked as vegetables, prevalent in "kuah dalca". The leaves also make nice green vege dishes. One dish Mama learned to make from her Indian neighbours is stir fried daun kelor with grated coconut. yummm..... Oh, some Malaysian Indians we know here got excited when they found the fruits sold in Chinatown. But we haven't seen the leaves.
My Mama said to tell you that another tree that would benefit as fodder is the "petai monyet". In Selangor, this tree can be found in "belukar", it's a legume and has fruits that look like petai but much smaller in size. Don't know what they call it in Trengganu. Way back in the 1980s there was a joint project between Mardi and FRIM where they studied the effects the leaves and fruits have on cattle. purrr....meow!

Grandpa said...

Salam Wan, Cat-in-Sydney is right, we used to have this tree outside our old house and whenever it fruits some indian will come to harvest it for making curry. Later on our neighbour cooked them and invited us for a meal- not bad at all.
It is the same family as the petai burong, isn't it, which goats like to eat - I know as I feed them to my goats apart from Taiwan grass.

Loads of info there Wan, those with ailments should benefit from them. Thanks

Andrea Wh@tever said...

Drumstick tree ke nih? I've seen the fruits but never the tree. And I didn't know that the leaves can be eaten, either. Thanks for the well-researched post.

Rosfida Abu Sufi said...

Ayoh Wang,
When I was residing in Rantau Laut, there was a lot of this tree there. One of the Kakak, who was also teaching in the same school as I and who also lived there would often serve us the moringa fruit cooked in her famous 'kari daging'. It is quite delicious.
Eventhough the fruit has some resemblance to that of ladyfingers, but we were told not to eat the fruit whole but to only eat what was inside the fruit..the seed of it. The outer layer is quite tough hence us not being advised to gobble it all down.
Hmm..guess I have some reason to pester me old friends in RAntau LAut to bring me some moringa fruit or leaves. Thanks for the info!

yohteh said...

... Moringa mungga... ahahs, sounds much much Indians already... only now I know its proper name... I've seen the tree the fruit, but can't recall to show you where...

...again, only now I know the valueabilities of the tree and the fruit...

...thanks a lot Ayoh Wang for such a detail... and for the slight link up there... hehe....

Kak Ezza@makcik blogger said...

Ayah Wang..
selama ni saya cuma makan buah dia saja..buat dalca ..tak tau pulak daun dia boleh makan sama!...

Banyak khasiat pokok ni...thanks for the info...

Wan Sharif said...

Dear Cis,
My wife say petai monyet was called petai belalang in Terengganu.
The Chinese used the leave of Petai belalang (dried in the sun) and boiled in water.. the resultant water can be used to promote better bowel movement as well as for slimming purpose..
The petai of petai belalang or monyet can be used for high blood and diabetic treatment..
These medicinal info are acquired by my wife from our two Chinese neighbours..
mung cayya ke dok?

Wan Sharif said...

Grandp,
Yes ..some people say having moringa tree in your house compound is just like having a pharmacy.. hopefully you open read the link I provide at the end of the entry..
By the way kat mana your farm ye.. my friend's is in Jengka

Wan Sharif said...

Andrea..
You are right.. drumstick tree.
Glad you find the info useful..

Wan Sharif said...

Rosfida..
If you open and read the link at the last part of my entry.. you can see the seed is also as miraculous ..in term of it usefulness..
to filter water..
the seed oil burn without soot..
I believe this is the oil used to light up those wicks.. on the oil which was poured in cup/bowl of water used by Indian..
the oil from the seed is traditionally used for kecantikan
Oh I should not go on.. 3 days can not finish one... ha ha..happy reading.. cikgu Rosfidah

Wan Sharif said...

Yohteh you are always welcome.. orang gganu selalu campur daun mungga dengan telur.. kuca kuca.. cuah dalam minyok panas (dalam kuali) jadilah telur goreng yang sangat berkhasiat

Wan Sharif said...

Ms Ezza..
selamat datang..
sekiranya Ezza buka link diakhir N3 saya tu..you akan dapati khasiat daun.. khasiat biji dalam "drumstick/lady finger" tu.. macam macam ada.. kalau nak cerita semua.. tak ada lah orang sanggup habis N3 saya nanti.. lepas tu saya pun kena pi berurut.. jari mungkin terjadi kaku atau kebas..terlalu banyak nak di beritahu he..he

Maarof said...

OB, I have plenty of petai belalang trees around my house. I eat at least 2 papans every other day.

Siti Roffini said...

Salam,
We here, up north, call it "buah remunggai" referring to the fruit. It's often added in dhal curry. Tastes quite nice when they're still young but takes a bit of patience to scrape the fleshy part from the woody skin using your teeth.

Wan Sharif said...

Dear Brother Maarof..
Thank you for dropping by... on petai belalang.. I have made some comment on its khasiat in my response to CiS above..
The Moringa is more useful to combat most ailment.. but then only the Indian are well aware of it, the Malays used the leave to make fried egg.. the drumstick to make curry.. Our Doc Azahar is the proponent for Moringa when he was in Pahang...

Wan Sharif said...

Dear Siti Roffini,
Yes some Malays called it remunggai.. (pst.. I have 10-14 years association with peoples in Penang and Kedah)..
If you read all the comments on this entry .. the Malays have little or no use for this Allah-given miracle tree.. Maybe .. Allah willing.. I will promote it when my friend is a little bit more successful..

DrSam said...

Salam Ayoh Wang. Moringa is one of the many medicinal plants that is considerably quite well documented in relation with ethnobotanical study. Unfortunately however, there is not much continuous effort to exploit the plant into a more feasible pharmaceutical mainstream. Sound like a future plan Ayoh Wang? Can verify during the upcoming MAHA 2010.

emgee said...

Thank you for this great information. I sent it around to my community and will post it on our website www.moringa.groupsite.com - Moringa Partners - would love to send you an invitation to become a contributor to the site.
Join us on Mondays at 7am EST for a radio show on Moringa - Muriellas Corner, Change the Narrative on Moringa.
Thanks

Red Alfa said...

Moringa? Known it all my life as Murungei. Go to KL Chow Kit market and that's how they say it!

Yes I have always known the murungei fruit (drumstick to some of us) instead of potatoes would make the kari daging lemak santan more tasty.

Now I am being reminded how my late mother had made such uniquely delicious kari daging with murungei. She innovated using beef instead the kambing or chicken curry dish she had learned from our Indian neighbour

Uncle Lee said...

Hi Wan Sharif, I love to eat this, curry or lemak, itu la best sedap.
Had a big tree when I lived in Ipoh, as well in Johore....and would give away to neighbours.
I know Indian people love these.

Very interesting what you posted here. Holy Smoke! Never knew it is that good too.
Fortunately we can get them here....
Have a pleasant week, keep well, Lee.

yus5478 said...

Salam. Singgah sebentar. Jiran sy (Indian) selalu masak daun nie. Hr nie br sy tahu ia byk khasiat. :-)

Wan Sharif said...

Salam Dr Sam.
Coming from you, moringa as medicinal plant.. is a delightful endorsement.. (what d heck is this ancient geoscientist talking about plant..ha, ha). My agro friend is using it on his Jengka farm and InsyaAllah if we have any other future opportunities.. Moringa will be a big feature in our plan..
The ongoing MAHA 2010 ... we are not fortunate enough to be involved but then there are so many able people to grace it..
Thank you Dr Sam for your kind comments.

Wan Sharif said...

Emgee,
Thank you for dropping by . I look up to your website.. www.moringa.groupsite.com - Moringa Partners - a great website that would enhance the quality of life of people in your area, country and continent..
I will be humbled by your invitation to become a contributor to the site... I believed I only wrote (cut and paste) the article to make my blogger friends aware of this miracle plant.. but I will try my level best to fulfill your kind wish..

Wan Sharif said...

Red Alfa,
Wow you have nice history of Murungei with you. I have googled Moringa, yes Murungei is one of the ~40 names in the wikipedia listed for Moringa. Glad that my entry bring back nice memory of your late mother..
Now Can I expect the recipe for that uniquely delicious kari daging with murungei.. by your precious other half soon..he,he..
Hei.. I thought in Turkemenistan or Uzbekistan.. we have all the nice kambing, kharoof to grace our dinner..
Ahhh... now you bring back the memory of my short stint in Khartoum..
Have a nice day.. RA ..you and your loved one..

Wan Sharif said...

Hi Lee,
You also some nice history with this plant. It is also used as Aphrodisiac throughout history and all over the world.. did not tell this in my main entry kot nanti orang kata saya..orang tua gatal..
ha, ha.. masih menggatal nie..

You keep well, healthy and young Lee.. I expect our path will crossed soon enough.. I praying very hard for that day to be soon rather than later.. have fun..

Al-Manar said...

Wan,
I have planted quite a few trees and they grow well and all, but they refuse to bear fruit. I envy those on other people's gardens where we see lots and lots of fruit, hardly being picked by the owners.

azzah8 said...

Bro Wang...terimakasih di atas perkongsian ilmu ini...saya tak pernah makan apa-apa yang dimasak dari pokok ini..pity me...

ada sesiapa nak tolong masak bagi saya rasa? ;-)

Azzah8

Wan Sharif said...

Dear Abang Hassan,
I have the same problem.. I tried to plant Mango trees 3 times.. all three mango trees did not bear any fruit, very scrawny even though neighbour mango trees have been bearing fruit and grown twice the size..
They said my hand is "too hot" for planting trees.. so now I leave planting to others.. Just coincidence perhaps.. Maybe we have to pray a lot more..Non?

Anonymous said...

Salam.

This article brought back childhood memories. Was born and brought up in Kapong Tanjong Surau Besor (Kg Nesan Empat). There is this tree beind the house that my Grandmother use to make omellette with these daun munggal, as Ayoh Wang has pointed out in the article.

Sadly the tree just disappear together with others - durian belanda (soursop?) and morinda (buoh ?? - damn I forgot the Malay word!)

Ambe balik Tegannung hujong minggu ning... penyu balik kapong...

MRSM Kalae Chepo 66/73

Wan Sharif said...

Dear Azzah,
Mm.. I pun belum rasa lagi masakan2 moringa nie.. cuma pernah minum teh Moringa.. ada kat rumah di tanah oleh jiran.. tak mahu meminta minta.. jadi relak jer lah dulu he..he
Bolehlah Azzah sesama doakan kejayaan kawan saya tu.. dia dan saya akan buat projek moringa ni secara semi komersial mungkin.. kalau berjaya ayah wang boleh ajak kawan kawan(dan keluarga) blogger mari sample sambil berkenal kenalan..

Wan Sharif said...

Wa'alaikumussalam Anon MRSM Kalae Chepo 66/73,
Thank you for dropping a comment at my humble blog.. good to know my entry bring back "tetangga saya dari" NessanPat's memory..
It is still not too late to plant those trees.. moringa can be grown from the seed or part of the tree..
Hopefully awareness of the medicinal properties of this tree can rejuvenate our instinct to "berbakti pada tanah"..
Take care..

Wan Sharif said...

Wa'alaikumussalam Yus5478,
Dah response dah to your comment earlier.. tapi hilang di angin lalu..
I was in Khartoum in 2003.. did not see much trees there.. and I did not have too much chance to see the country.. dok melepak di bilik sewa dan pi mai ketempat kerja aja.. tak ada kenderaan ...
Nice blog you have there Yus.. take care..

Zaharan Razak said...

I have a munga tree at my house in Puchong and eat the leaves and bean from time to time without finding out its claimed benefits ...

Wan Sharif said...

Brother Zaharan,
Welcome to my humble block and thank you for your kind comment.
Now I am not very surprised to find out that my much respected /learned brother not finding out the claimed benefit of Munga tree. That what we all do..there are a lot of things that we eat that we do not know their benefit.. May be we can at some suitable time make a point to google on them and write any interesting finding.. to share the knowledge..
My interest on moringa was aroused by my friend who talked about it day in & day out when I went to his office in our early days together.
There is another friend who is very keen on arenga pinnata (kabung, aren, enau or sugar palm) .. to used the "nira" to convert it to bio-diesel. This palm can be as useful as our coconut tree, being in the same family?!

Anonymous said...

Wan;

Terima Kasih... Banyok nye pokok2 yang bejasa pada kite masa kecek2 dulo jadi tak dok doh le ning.

- Mengkudu?
- Buah stor
- pokok buoh peroh
- jambu arang


Only nostalgia remains when somne like your goodself (and Awang Goneng, Zahran, et al) write about it in blogs.

Insya ALlah.. will try to plant some back, time and land permitting. Baru beli tanoh di Rusila buat balik dok penceng....


MRSM Kalae Chepo 66/73

Wan Sharif said...

Anon MRSM Kalae Chepo 66/73,
My pleasure really...
Ah buah peroh, jambu arang, buah stia, buah sawo nila (chiku), kerkut malam..
you do bring back memories..
Thank you for stopping a second time, you make me feel on top of this world..
Take care, stay young and be good..

DrSam said...

Salam maal hijrah Ayoh Wang!

Wan Sharif said...

Salam Maal Hijrah juga untuk Dr Sam.. nasib baik Yohteh ingatkan saya dengan doa akhir dan awal tahun..
sempatlah membaca doa2 tersebut..
Semuga tahun baru nie mendekatkan kita dengan Redha Allah..

School Of Tots said...

Org Kelate call it 'daun gemungga' right?

This very posting remind me on my humble childhood time, where my Mom never miss to put daun gemungga picks from the tree at the back lane to mix with telor & goreng it. That makes the telor goreng thicker and taste better. Nasi puteh & telor goreng as my bekal riding bicycle about 5km daily to school.

I think one day, just like rare animals, the plants such as Moringa will be distinct & just dissapear from thin air. One in my memory is pokok "buah piah". Anybody can recall?

Wan Sharif said...

Dear SOT,
Welcome to my blog.. I believe it would be difficult for Moringa to be extinct and disappear from the face of the earth as people in Africa is promoting it and the people from Indian continent/ peninsular has been using it for quite a long time. With the current knowledge on this "Miracle Tree', and with uprising cost of good source of vitamins.. it is not likely that would happen any time soon..
Someone blog on Buah mentiga.. and one "ejey hassan" wrote ..
di kelantan buah ini dinamakan “buah piah”. Pokoknya besar dan buahnya berwarna hijau dan berubah menjadi sedikit coklat apabila masak. Tekstur kulitnya sedikit menggerutu. Buah ini akan jatuh sendiri setelah masak. Yang seronoknya ialah sebelum dimakan buah ini perlu diketuk di lantai terlebih dahulu hingga semua isi sekelilingnya menjadi lembut serta kulitnya akan terlekang. Isinya kekuningan dan rasanya lemak2 manis dan sedikit kelat jika buah tidak begitu masak. Isinya berwarna kekuningan dan di dalamnya mempunyai sebutir biji yang agak besar. Bentuk buahnya mempunyai 3 segi bundar dan saiznya agak2 sebesar telur ayam. Isinya perlu dikikis daripada bijinya yang keras dengan menggunakan gigi kacip (lepas makan gigi kelihatan kekuningan… nak sengih pun malu). Bijinya juga mempunyai tekstur yang agak menggerutu dan apabila dibelah atau dipecahkan menggunakan kapak, maka terdapat pula isirongnya sebesar biji badam, rasa isirongnya juga agak2 badam.

Honestly I am yet to see/hear about your buah piah..

Aishah said...

Thank you for this post. It is full of beneficial information. I can't say I know of this tree or heard of it, although the fruits do look familiar. But now that I know its benefits, I will certainly be on the lookout.

Happy Maal Hijrah.

Wan Sharif said...

Dear Aishah,
If you have any Indian friend.. they would probably know of it..
Thank you for dropping by and Salam Maal Hijrah to you and yours..

moringa drumstick said...

Miracle Trees Foundation http://miracletrees.org/
posted 2 very interesting documentaries about moringa. Have a look...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoTfyhK5WNQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWXZ47P_2BY

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