If you’re exploring the benefits of Moringa Oleifera from India, you may be wondering what products are typically sold by Moringa Oleifera growers, and how they are used. Let’s discuss the basics of Moringa Oleifera cultivation in India now, and give you an overview of how this tree is used.
Moringa Oleifera Pods
Moringa Oleifera pods are a key ingredient in many traditional Indian recipes. They are tough and fibrous, but have a nutritious flesh that is often used to add flavor to stews and other long-simmered dishes in India. Young Moringa Oleifera pods are typically eaten whole, similarly to okra. Older pods are tougher, and must be split open to eat the interior pods and seeds.
Moringa Oleifera pods have a unique flavour, and are also renowned for their nutritional benefits. They are high in protein and fibre, and full of beneficial vitamins and antioxidants.
Moringa Oleifera Seeds
Moringa Oleifera seeds are highly prized for their delicious, nutty flavour. They are full of healthy fats including monounsaturated fatty acids, and also have high levels of sterols and tocopherols. They can be eaten raw, or roasted to bring out a better flavour.
Moringa Oleifera Leaves
Many Moringa Oleifera cultivators focus exclusively on the production of leaves. Moringa Oleifera leaves are sold around the world. They are very high in protein, minerals and beta-carotene as well as antioxidant compounds. The greens and leaves can be eaten fresh or dried, similarly to other greens like spinach and kale.
Moringa Oleifera leaves are commonly eaten by people, and also incorporated into animal forage to help boost nutrition and flock health. In addition, they are used in traditional medicine, and dried Moringa Oleifera leaves are often crushed and packed into pills as nutritional supplements.
Moringa Oleifera Roots
While the benefits of Moringa pods and leaves are well-known, fewer people are aware that the Moringa Oleifera root is also edible. It has a horseradish-like flavor, and has high levels of sugars like glucose and fructose, as well as ascorbic acid, polyphenols and other nutrients. In addition to all of this, it is thought to have cancer-fighting properties
Moringa Oleifera Seed Oil (Ben Oil)
Moringa Oleifera seeds can be pressed and processed to make Moringa oil, which is often called “ben oil.” This oil has a very mild flavour, and is very resistant to oxidation, and has an oleic acid content of over 70%.
It’s often used as an alternative to olive oil, but is extremely versatile. It can be used to lubricate machine parts, and is highly prized in the cosmetics industry as a base for lotions and moisturizers. After processing and oil removal, the remaining seed material also has uses as a coagulant and for agricultural fertilizer.
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Whether you need Moringa Oleifera pods, seeds, leaves or roots, Rivashaa is here to help. We offer a full range of completely organic Moringa products, which are raised and harvested naturally. Whether you need pods for cooking, seeds for processing into ben oil, or leaves and roots to use as nutritional supplements, we’ve got what you need. Contact us right away for more information.
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