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Moringa Trees

Sukarma TharejaLast Seen: Mar 3, 2024 @ 5:10am 5MarUTC
Sukarma Thareja

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#Moringa oleifera commonly known as #Moringa are fast growing trees. Their #positive point is they are #drought resistant that if due to climate change if there is drought in that specific place where moringa trees are #cultivated. These tree will remain #healthy

Another plus point about moringa tree is its fruits and #leaves  are full of nutrition and minerals. 
Now a days one can get #moringa cookies and moringa tea. Moringa roti made from moringa leaves is very popular in #Asian countries. 
Climate is changing very frequently and #moringa trees are able to sustain themselves in odd climate ₹₹changes. 
Looking at unexpected climatic changes world is facing it is high time we now should #concentrate on #cultivating moringa tree specially when we foresee that #seasonal crop will not survive. Moringa fruits are used in Indian sambhar preparation and are very fondly eaten with #idli and rice. Good pickel are also made from #moringa fruits. 
Powder of dry moringa leaves is very good for #helping high blood pressure patients. 
Moral- moringa tree is hot #temperature and drought resistant.It is very good for #human health.Therefore it is good to make ample use of it in #food preparation.
Sukarma Thareja
Alumnus IITK

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