View Full Version : The Moringa Tree...I'm published again

11-20-07, 09:39 PM
Hi everyone....
NewsTarget just published another article. Thanks for your support. From what I gather you can click the ads, just don't go nuts doing it over and over.
http://www.naturalnews.com/022272.html (http://www.newstarget.com/022272.html)

11-20-07, 11:10 PM
I really liked it. I didn't know much about the Moringa Tree-your article was very thorough about the many uses for the plant.

It was interesting to learn about pterygospermin from the plant as having antibiotic activity.

Thank you! http://www.alexanderpringwilson.org/images/emoticons/rose.gif

ozy ness
12-10-07, 11:59 AM
I was really excited to see this article as we have the Moringa seed oil in our Shine Herbal Hair conditioner...since it has been added I have noticed a difference (it was great before but now makes the hair even softer, which is amazing!!!)..

From the description:

Hydrates, conditions and protects the hair with nourishing and emollient moringa seed oil from Tanzania


05-19-12, 07:09 PM
Mellow, your article was very informative. Have you had any results with Moringa Oleifera?

05-20-12, 06:04 AM
Congrats on getting the article published mellow. Unfortunately, I can't grow it. It gets too cold in winter - I live in the hills above Perth, Western Australia, where it gets colder than the city at night.

I do know others who grow it, but they have more tropical conditions.

05-20-12, 10:53 AM
Great article Mellow. I never heard of the tree before and now I'm wondering if someone should try growing them in the US.
I like the Bio at the end too.

05-20-12, 12:40 PM
Do y'all realize that this is an old old story? Look at the post date. :cool:

05-20-12, 02:33 PM
Very old article :) To answer Good-day, I did try a juice for a few months that was based on Moringa and got no results from it. However, that was during a period of severe mold and chemical exposure and pituitary failure so not much of anything helped.

11-20-16, 03:22 PM
Sorry, I can access to your link, may be it is out of date. However, moringa is very attractive to me. I read a lot about this plant. As I know it was applied for disease treatment by ancient Indian from thousand years ago. Now, many research confirmed about its enormous benefits on human health. You can see details in the full article https://wikihomenutrition.com/moringa-health-benefits

11-22-16, 08:37 PM
Bridget, that site has undergone numerous changes since the story was published. It's still available, though, and worth reading; I've updated the link, so try it again.