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What Is Moringa?

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Moringa is a tropical tree with numerous applications and is resistant to drought. There are about 13 species known, among them is Moringa oleifera, which is particularly easy to reproduce and grows very fast. Moringa is a significant food source in a number of countries.
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When mature, the seed pod may reach to 20 inches in length and contains 15 to 20 large, winged seeds. M. pterygosperma seed pods have a number of uses, depending on their development
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1 Obtain some Moringa seeds from one of the many sources that sell them. There are several varieties, but the seeds of Moringa oleifera and Moringa stenopetala are the easiest to
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Don't know in Ottawa but Upaya Naturals in TO and Barrie does can ship your order out to you.
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Oil made from the seed of the "miracle tree" is the star ingredient in Nature’s Matte Finish collection from Kaia Naturals.
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