The best-known and most widely-distributed species of the Moringaceae family is the perennial tree Moringa oleifera. Its seeds are rich in carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins, which make about 33-60% of their dry weight. Its leaves contain beta-carotene, vitamin C, flavonoids, phenolic compounds, fatty acids like omega 3 and 6, calcium, and potassium (1). It is a member of the genus Moringa, which has 13 species that range in height from 5 to 10 metres, the family Moringaceae, and the order Brassicales. It has a trunk, tripinnate leaves, and blooms with characteristic green spots at the points of the petals and sepals, and a drooping, feathery open crown of foliage. This tree is significant because it has therapeutic applications for its blooms, pods, and leaves. According to reports, the leaves have been used to treat microbial infections and manage blood sugar levels, the spots and seeds have liver-protective and antihypertensive effects, and the flower contains a stimulant that is used to treat inflammation (2).
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