Moringa Miracle Tree

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Re: Moringa Miracle Tree

Post by haris.kabir » December 20th, 2011, 6:07 pm

It is also used in pickle, tastes gud :)

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Re: Moringa Miracle Tree

Post by John612 » December 22nd, 2011, 1:14 pm

Moringa in pickle? I never heard that really amazing I would love to try this one. Can you please let me know of what parts of this plant we can make pickle?

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Re: Moringa Miracle Tree

Post by Faisal Riaz » December 22nd, 2011, 8:58 pm

Roots are used for this purpose......

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Re: Moringa Miracle Tree

Post by haris.kabir » December 23rd, 2011, 11:04 pm

John612 wrote:Moringa in pickle? I never heard that really amazing I would love to try this one. Can you please let me know of what parts of this plant we can make pickle?
As mentioned by Faisal, Roots are mainly used but very few people know its fruit, the beans are also used in pickle.

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Re: Moringa Miracle Tree

Post by ahussain » December 24th, 2011, 1:12 am

FYI
The roots are shredded and used as a condiment in the same way as horseradish; however, they contain the alkaloid spirochin,[2] a potentially fatal nerve-paralyzing agent.

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Re: Moringa Miracle Tree

Post by usman.haq » January 19th, 2012, 11:17 am

do anyone knows, from where i can get one in Islamabad?

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Re: Moringa Miracle Tree

Post by Shahzad Basra » March 14th, 2012, 10:57 pm

Dear All
Moringa is in fact a Miracle Tree. With each new experiment and interection with people new wonderful aspects are dicovering. It has proved its worth as crop growth enhancer, water purification agent, foddr, feed, human food, curing a number of diseases especially BP, diebetes, arthritis, weakness etc. Hunders of farmers are using it as crop growth enhancer and receiving daily calls from farmers about wonderful results. Please join hands to spread this knowledge and propogate moringa

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Re: Moringa Miracle Tree

Post by simonben1982 » April 17th, 2012, 12:12 pm

Well, this is really amazing to find out about another use of moringa

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Re: Moringa Miracle Tree

Post by KAMasud » July 24th, 2012, 7:33 am

Moringa oleifera i am afraid even though its common tree in Rajistan area and South India, Chimmi tree. Drumsticks. It can be found in homes in Karachi but mostly Hydrabad Deccan migrants.
I have been trying to find this tree for last two years in Potohar but to no avail. Has any one got this tree in Karachi?
Regards.

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Re: Moringa Miracle Tree

Post by M Farooq » July 24th, 2012, 7:49 am

KAMasud wrote:Moringa oleifera i am afraid even though its common tree in Rajistan area and South India, Chimmi tree. Drumsticks. It can be found in homes in Karachi but mostly Hydrabad Deccan migrants. I have been trying to find this tree for last two years in Potohar but to no avail. Has any one got this tree in Karachi?
Regards.
You are right, it is quite common in Karachi. If you happen to see one, just request a ripe phali. It is a rapid grower. May be you can check Shalimar nursery in Karachi. Personally, I would not recommend growing it anyway near home gardens it because its wood is one of the weakest wood ever. We had a huge drumstick tree and on one rainy day, one of the main big trunks fell apart causing some damage. We then got rid of it.

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