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Produkte allen Menschen jeder Altersgruppe ... Lesen Sie sich diese eBook über Moringa oleifera bitte bis zu Ende durch, Sie werden aus dem Staunen nicht ...
Author: Mentalo Publishing
The Moringa plant is native to Northern India, where it was first described around 2000 B.C. as a medicinal herb. The oral tradition of Ayurvedic medicine in India declared that Moringa prevents 300 diseases Ancient Egyptians treasured Moringa oil as protection for their skin from the ravages of desert weather. Later, the Greeks found many healthful uses for Moringa and introduced it to the Romans. Moringa Oleifera, is very useful and is called the world`s most valuable plant. Virtually every part of it is edible. The leaflets can be stripped from the feathery, fernlike leaves and used in any spinach recipe. Very young plants can be used as a tender vegetable. The flowers can be eaten or used to make a tea and provide good amounts of both calcium and potassium. They are also good for beekeepers. The young pods can be cooked and reportedly have a taste reminiscent of asparagus. The green peas and surrounding white material can be removed from larger pods and cooked in various ways. Seeds from mature pods (which can be 2 feet long) can be browned in a skillet, mashed and placed in boiling water that causes an excellent cooking or lubricating oil to float to the surface. . It is an extremely fast growing tree and it is advisable to prune frequently beginning when they are young or they will become lanky and difficult to harvest. Breaking off tender tips (used in cooking) when the trees are about 4 or 5 feet tall, the trees become much bushier.
This book presents much information collected from various sources including field research studies conducted by organizations involved in developing and promoting moringa as one of the most useful plants, articles written by individuals ...
Author: Manuel C. Palada
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
For thousands of years, moringa (Moringa oleifera) has been used as a food crop and as a medicinal plant. Almost all of moringa’s plant parts have multiple uses, particularly the leaves and seed pods, which are highly nutritious. During the past several decades, more attention has focused on exploring and expanding the multiple uses and benefits of this miracle tree. Advances in research and development are rapidly progressing in the areas of botany and germplasm improvement, agronomy, nutrition, natural medicine, and its commercialization by the food and cosmetics industry. Recent developments are not only focusing on using moringa as a food crop, but also as an industrial commodity, with applications such as water clarification, livestock feed, and biofuel. This book presents much information collected from various sources including field research studies conducted by organizations involved in developing and promoting moringa as one of the most useful plants, articles written by individuals with experience and knowledge about moringa, as well as other books and publications cited in this present edition.
OBJECTIVES The present investigation on “Neutraceutical, Phytochemical
characterization and Antibacterial activity of Medicinal plant Moringa Oleifera''
was planned with following objective. 1. To estimation of biochemical parameters
Author: Taslimahemad Khatri
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
Doctoral Thesis / Dissertation from the year 2012 in the subject Chemistry - Analytical Chemistry, grade: 3, Kachchh University (Department of Chemistry), course: MSc, language: English, abstract: Moringa oleifera, an important medicinal plant is one of the most widely cultivated species of the family Moringaceae. It is highly valued from time immemorial because of its vast medicinal properties. The present study provides all necessary information regarding of four parts such as flower, leaves, seed and pulp of moringa like biochemical, phytochemical, mineral, antibacterial activity and its nutritional value. The benefits of essential nutrients and minerals for maintaining good health were also highlighted in this study. The results of proximate analysis of Moringa oleifera revealed that the protein (9.37%), carbohydrate (7.33%), ascorbic acid (2.10%) and total soluble sugar (0.73%) were highest in flower as compared to leaves, seed and pulp. While free amino acid (9.84%) was found to be higher in seed, total phenol (0.29%) was higher in leaves and reducing sugar (0.43%) higher in pulp of the moringa. The result of qualitative analysis of amino acid represented that lysine, glycine, threonine, valine, Isoleucine, tryptophan, alanine and cystein were present in moringa. The flower also contained higher amounts of crude fibre (0.23%) as well as moisture (90.56%), while fat (15.53%) content was found higher in seed. The dry matter (30.40%) and total ash (2.12%) content were higher in leaves. The ash content represented minerals in different amounts. The higher amount of potassium was found in flower (50.9%), seed (40.7%) and pulp (77.00%). Leaves contained higher amount of Calcium (57.18%). However Aluminum (10.00%) and Magnesium (6.07%) were found only in leaves. The result of heavy metal (zinc, lead and cadmium) and analysis represented that flower, leaves, seed and pulp have zinc (Zn), lead (Pb) and cadmium (Cd) found in lower amount then permissible limit for human body. The results of phytochemical analysis showed that terpenoids and steroids were present in all parts of moringa. Alkaloids present only in seed. Flavonoid was present in flower and seed, saponins was present in leaves, and tannin was present in leaves and seed. The result of antibacterial activity of different types of sample (flower, leaves. seed and pulp) of moringa showed that salmonella typhii was effectively inhibited to all the extracts studied. But Escherichia coli were not inhibited by any extract. Methanolic extract of flower, leaves, seed and pulp were highly sensitive against the salmonella typhii bacteria
Moringa oleifera: A review of the medical evidence for its nutritional, therapeutic,
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hypotensive thiocarbamate glycosides from Moringa oleifera. Phytochemistry ...
Author: Bruno Burlando
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Health & Fitness
Interest in the molecular and mechanistic aspects of cosmetic research has grown exponentially during the past decade. Herbal Principles in Cosmetics: Properties and Mechanisms of Action critically examines the botanical, ethnopharmacological, phytochemical, and molecular aspects of botanical active ingredients used in cosmetics. Along with dermato
This is where the hypothesis of the study is premised: that a plant based natural polymer at different stages of chemical treatments can be used to remove metallic contaminants from aqueous solutions.
Author: Robert Londi Mnisi
Category: Dissertations, Academic
Technological innovations into metal recoveries from waste streams have been limited by factors such as low metal recoveries; costs and technical expertise associated with the application of the technologies, especially in disadvantaged communities; extensive use of chemicals and, that most of the techniques are inappropriate for low metal concentrations. This is where the hypothesis of the study is premised: that a plant based natural polymer at different stages of chemical treatments can be used to remove metallic contaminants from aqueous solutions. The bark of Moringa oleifera, a naturally growing plant native in India, Mexico and Middle East, was used to test the validity of this hypothesis.
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K, Murugan K, Nareshkumar A, Ramasubramanian N, Bragadeeswaran S (2011)
Larvicidal and repellent potential of Moringa oleifera against malarial vector, ...
Author: Lim T. K.
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book continues as volume 3 of a multi-compendium on Edible Medicinal and Non-Medicinal Plants. It covers edible fruits/seeds used fresh or processed, as vegetables, spices, stimulants, edible oils and beverages. It encompasses species from the following families: Ginkgoaceae, Gnetaceae, Juglandaceae, Lauraceae, Lecythidaceae, Magnoliaceae, Malpighiaceae, Malvaceae, Marantaceae, Meliaceae, Moraceae, Moringaceae, Muntigiaceae, Musaceae, Myristicaceae and Myrtaceae. This work will be of significant interest to scientists, researchers, medical practitioners, pharmacologists, ethnobotanists, horticulturists, food nutritionists, agriculturists, botanists, conservationists, lecturers, students and the general public. Topics covered include: taxonomy; common/English and vernacular names; origin and distribution; agroecology; edible plant parts and uses; botany; nutritive and pharmacological properties, medicinal uses and research findings; nonedible uses; and selected references.
Despite the importance of forests and trees, Senegal is facing to the loss of forests and the decline of tree diversity and density.
Author: Ousmane Ndiaye
Despite the importance of forests and trees, Senegal is facing to the loss of forests and the decline of tree diversity and density. This study focuses on Moringa oleifera Lam., Acacia mellifera (Vahl) Benth. and Zizyphus mauritiana Lam. which constitute a significant source of food and economic value for the populations of Casamance. In addition to a germination test, a follow-up of seedlings on different substrates was carried out in the nursery, in order to determine the effect of substrates on some growth parameters (number of leaves, height, diameter and biomass). The substrates used were three potting mixtures of forest soil of Faidherbia albida (FSFA), Elaeis guineensis (FSEG) and Anacardium occidentale (FSAO) and sand with the following proportion: 1/3 sand + 2/3 forest soil). Based on species, the germination rate was higher for A. mellifera (84%) followed by M. oleifera (55%) and Z. mauritiana (50%). The germination rate was more important in FSFA and FSEG than in FSAO. For growth parameters, there was a significant effect (P
Before the use of novel proteins, food safety tests must be conducted. This work represents an early food safety assessment of Mo -CBP3, using the two-tiered approach proposed by ILSI.
Abstract: Mo -CBP3 is an antifungal protein produced by Moringa oleifera which has been investigated as potential candidate for developing transgenic crops. Before the use of novel proteins, food safety tests must be conducted. This work represents an early food safety assessment of Mo -CBP3, using the two-tiered approach proposed by ILSI. The history of safe use, mode of action and results for amino acid sequence homology using the full-length and short contiguous amino acids sequences indicate low risk associated to this protein. Mo -CBP3 isoforms presented a reasonable number of alignments (>35% identity) with allergens in a window of 80 amino acids. This protein was resistant to pepsin degradation up to 2h, but it was susceptible to digestion using pancreatin. Many positive attributes were presented for Mo -CBP3 . However, this protein showed high sequence homology with allergens and resistance to pepsin digestion that indicates that further hypothesis-based testing on its potential allergenicity must be done. Additionally, animal toxicity evaluations (e.g. acute and repeated dose oral exposure assays) must be performed to meet the mandatory requirements of several regulatory agencies. Finally, the approach adopted here exemplified the importance of performing an early risk assessment of candidate proteins for use in plant transformation programs. Highlights: This work represents an early food safety assessment of Mo -CBP3, an antifungal protein from Moringa oleifera seeds. Mo- CBP3 sequences presented reasonable number of alignments (>35% identity) with allergens in a window of 80 amino acids. Mo -CBP3 was resistant to pepsin degradation up to 2h. Further hypothesis-based testing on Mo -CBP3 allergenic potential must be done. Animal toxicity evaluations (e.g. acute and repeated dose oral exposure assays) must be performed.
Keywords : RAPD , Drumstick , Genetic variability Introduction Drumstick ( Moringa oleifera Lam . ) , is a multipurpose tree vegetable belonging to the family
Moringaceae . In India , it is grown all over for its highly nutritious pods , leaves ,
Author: R. Keshavachandran
Publisher: New India Publishing
Category: Agricultural biotechnology
Biotechnology is emerging as one of the most innovative technologies in life sciences and is influencing almost every aspect of human life. It provides a set of tools, which if appropriately integrated with other technologies can be applied for the sustainable development of agriculture. Tissue culture is being used to propagate rapidly difficult to root crops and conserve endangered/rare medicinal plants. PCR technology has made it possible to fingerprint genotypes and understand better their genetic relationship. Genetic transformation through direct and vector mediated gene transfer now makes it possible to incorporate novel genes for desirable traits. The various bioinformatics tools help to interpret the complex data available from biological experiments. the book has two volumes divided into 8 sections comprising of more than 140 research articles and papers.
We have a good idea what the factors are in major diseases, and sadly the solutions to these are absent from our food chain.
Author: Howard W. Fisher
We have a good idea what the factors are in major diseases, and sadly the solutions to these are absent from our food chain. For decades we have known that oxidative stress plays a major role in the onset and etiology of diseases such as cancer, atherosclerosis, diabetes, and neurodegenerative disorders. Sadly this has never been made common knowledge. If you are seeking a solution, some of the answers are inside this book! Do nothing, and your life will continue on the whims of others and enter entropy, however, the decision to take effective action in a proper sequence enabling a proven, predictable formula will allow you to manifest significant change. Continue in those actions, and it will only be a temporal relationship before you achieve the results of that formula: entropy. Which would you rather have? Either can be in your future it all depends on you!
Moringa Oleifera (moringaceae) is used locally for various medicinal purposes by traditionalists and herbalists around the globe. This plant has been reported to have an impressive range of medicinal uses with high nutritional value. Moringa oleifera have been traditionally used as cardiac and circulatory stimulant, possess anti-tumor, antipyretic, antiepileptic, anti-inflammatory, anti-ulcer, antispasmodic, diuretic, antihypertensive, cholesterol lowering, antioxidant, anti-diabetic, hepato-protective, antibacterial and antifungal effects. This study therefore is designed to elucidate the immunologic effect of aqueous seed extract of moringa oleifera.
Moringa Oleifera-The Tree of Life is a book that will reveal to the reader about our modern day leaves for the healing of the nation and man's need to get back to the "herb of the field." Genesis 3:18b We have become a nation that is consumed with medicine and we're not the better for it. We're more doped up than ever before in spite of our advance in technology and the fact that mankind is smarter than ever. God never intended for your body to be serviced through medicine but by the herbs of the field. He has created a leaf or a plant for every illness known to man. In this book we will delve into the most powerful tree ever discovered and reveal what's within the leaves of the Moringa Oleifera tree. The scripture says, "And the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations." Revelation 22:2c Well it's time for the nations to be healed the way God intended them to be healed and this book will open your eyes from a spiritual as well as a natural perspective. You will learn things about the Garden of Eden and why Adam had to eat of the trees of the garden for sustainability so that his body would be recharged, restored, strengthen, freshen, nourished and empowered. This is the health book you always wanted in your possession.
This book is highly recommended for research purposes, for traditional medical practitioners and for all who want to learn about the great things nature has in store for us.
Author: Lora WALTER
Get all information you need about the king of all plants, Moringa Oleifera, and learn why it is called nature's most powerful super-food Many people know only the surface benefits of Moringa. Others just cultivate the plant as an addition to their garden. However, there is more to Moringa than that. For a very long time, this plant have been used extensively as medications for fighting diseases and improving the overall wellbeing of individuals. Some cultures around the world even add it to their list of compulsory diets. Even without adequate research on Moringa, nature did reveal itself to these ones. It seems that the modern civilized world is just catching up on Moringa. With benefits on the heart, liver, kidney, hair, skin and other vital organs of the body, this plant contains numerous vitamins and minerals to keep your body functioning maximally. Realizing these, the author has taken it upon herself to enlighten people, those in the dark, about Moinga. This book is highly recommended for research purposes, for traditional medical practitioners and for all who want to learn about the great things nature has in store for us. This book contains facts, as proven by extensive researches and contributions from world renowned plant biologists and agriculturists -those who have made numerous impacts on the quality of human lives in relation to nature. In summary, when you read this book, you will learn: How to grow Moringa with ease Moringa DIY beauty regime How to use Moringa for your overall wellbeing Nutritional content of Moringa and so many more. About the Author Lora C. Walter is a natural beauty enthusiast. She is well known for her works at "MySimpleHomeRemedies" where she writes articles about health, lifestyle and beauty.