Moringa comes from the drumstick tree in Northwestern India. The tree is cultivated for the seeds and leaves used in herbal medicine. India is the largest producer of
moringa, and it is also grown in gardens in Southeast Asia.
Moringa is known as a nutrient-dense plant with every part of it being used for various medicinal properties. Moringa seeds retain much of their nutritional value even when dried.
Botanical name: Moringa oleifera
Also known as: مسحوق المورينج, Madhu Shigru, Bahala, Murungai, Sahajan