Often known as the drumstick tree, the miracle tree, the ben oil tree or the horseradish tree, Moringa is mostly found in the Himalayas and the northern side of India and subtropical Africa. 

You can eat moringa leaves in all sorts of ways: Can be eaten in salads, added to rice, pasta or any other dish. The list is endless. Juice the Moringa leaves, fry or steam them in any meal, bake Moringa in goodies, add to shakes and baby milk. Use your imagination!

Moringa leaf powder can be used as a tea, added to beverages, sprinkled on food or taken in capsules. It can be used in soups or any other dish.

There are a thousand and one ways to eat Moringa. Let’s start with moringa salad. Cut the fresh Moringa leaves with their stalks, wash with water(add salt to it). Remove from the stem. Add other salad ingredients like cucumbers, cabbage, carrots, etc. Add moringa oil, and you are good to go.