Moringa seeds come from the pods of the Moringa plant (Moringa Oleifera) or the drumstick tree, native to Northern India. Fresh and raw moringa seeds are quite tender, but as soon as they get dried, they become hard and start to resemble small beans. They are greyish-white in color with unique wing-like structures. They can be steamed, boiled or roasted for various purposes, these include:-
High in fiber, hence improve one's digestion.
Moringa seeds are a great source of zinc and can regulate blood sugar levels, which can help manage or even prevent diabetes.
Excellent source of Iron (x3 that of Spinach) hence great to combat Anemia.
Moringa seeds make for a great supplement of calcium and help those suffering from joint pain. They help in reducing inflammation and severe bone disorders like arthritis.
Induce Death to cancer cells.
Lowers Bad Cholesterol.
Moringa seeds are packed with antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, and antiseptic properties and are thus, very beneficial for skincare. The oil obtained from moringa seeds can be used as a moisturizer or used to treat skin problems like skin rashes and sunburn.