Moringa, The Easy To Grow Superfood
The synergistic effect of all these bioavailable nutrients is incredibly powerful. As fresh produce becomes harder to find, demand for Moringa is exploding. This hardy, fast-growing tree is drought resistant and will reach 5 to 6’ the first year. Frequent pruning accelerates vigorous growth. Although cultivation originates in tropical regions it can be grown in cold climates since it grows well in containers and can be brought indoors during winter. This allows you to continue to harvest the leaves year-round and maintain any manageable height.
Moringa is sold as a bright green powder at health food stores that you can add to smoothies or juice. The leaves regrow at an astonishing rate and can be frequently trimmed, eaten fresh or dried to make a powder or tea.
The oil in the seeds are used for cooking, veterinary and beauty products. The seed cake remaining after oil extraction is used as a fertilizer and also to purify water and to remove salt from seawater. Cuttings can be propagated to produce more trees or the large seeds planted.
So, can this plant really stand up to these incredible claims?
There is plenty of [133 research studies] to back up the benefits as stated above. Moringa may possess anti-fertility qualities and is therefore not recommended for pregnant women, For breastfeeding mothers, undoubtedly one of the most amazing benefits of Moringa is that it has been scientifically proven to increase breast milk supply 
There have been very few side effects reported, however, anyone considering using Moringa is advised to discuss it with a doctor first. This information is not claiming to cure or prevent any disease or illness.
Sold in eco-friendly, transplantable grow bags no need to remove the tree from the bag, thereby avoiding transplant shock. Your tree will stand out as one of the most stunning plants in the neighborhood once it erupts with hundreds of pretty white flowers