Species : Moringa Olriferal
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Moringa oleifera is a plant in the family Moringaceae. It is known by other names such as: limaran, moringa, ben-oil (from oil extractable from its seeds), drumstick-tree (from its long and slender seed house shape), horseradish tree (from its horseradish-like root shape), and malunggay in the Philippines.
Moringa is a plant that can grow quickly, long-lived, flowering all year, and withstand extreme heat conditions. The plant is native to the tropical and subtropical regions of South Asia. This plant is commonly used to be food and medicine in Indonesia. Moringa seeds are also used as a small-scale water purifier.
Moringa plants have a height of 7-11 meters, woody stemmed (lignosus), upright, dirty white, thin skin, rough surface; simpodial branching, the direction of the branch perpendicular or oblique, tends to grow straight and elongated. Moringa leaf has features such as: compound, long-stemmed, arranged interstellating, imparipinnatus, the leaf when young is light green.
The fruit is long and triangular, 20 – 60 cm long; Young fruit is green-after dark to brown, round is the seed shape – blackish brown, fruiting after the age of 12 – 18 months. Has large straight root, white, enlarge like radish.
Infants and toddler in their infancy are encouraged by the World Health Organization or WHO to consume moringa leaf. Gram comparison, moringa leaf contains:
7 x vitamin C in oranges
4 x calcium in milk
4 x vitamin A in carrots
2 x proteins in milk
3 x potassium in bananas
From the results of the analysis of nutrient content can be known that moringa leaves have excellent potential to complete the nutritional needs in the body. By consuming moringa leaves, the balance of nutrients in the body will be fulfilled so that people who consume moringa leaves will be helped to increase their energy and endurance.