Moringa seeds contain oil that can be used for cooking.
It has a pleasant nutty taste, and does not become rancid.
Instructions for extracting the
- Lightly fry the seeds in a saucepan.
- Crush or pound the seeds thoroughly.
- Place the seed mash in boiling water.
- The oil will rise to the surface, where
you can skim it off the top
The seed cake left over after extracting oil can
be used as a protein-rich plant fertilizer and can also be used
for water purification.
An age-old method 'Purifying Water With Moringa'
oleifera seeds is demonstrated in this YouTube video.
ANIMAL FODDER: Moringa leaves are readily eaten by cattle, sheep,
goats, pigs and rabbits. Leaves can also be used as food for
carp and other fish.
Photograph compliments of Shape Lives Foundation
Moringa Oleifera also has numerous traditional medical
benefits This information have not been valuated by the
Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intented to
diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Be sure to check
with your health care professional before taking any dietary supplement.