Why Is Moringa A Super Green?
History Moringa oleifera AKA "miracle tree," "tree of life," "drumstick tree", or "horseradish tree." It is considered a fast growing, hardy tree that's native to Northwestern India. This green has been used for thousands of years in Ayurveda practice as prevention for many types of diseases.* Since then this vegetable has spread globally through cultivation. Today this tree is grown in the tropics and subtropics such as the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, parts of Africa, Central and South America. Harvesting and Uses Leaves, flowers, and seed pods of the Moringa are all edible. Raw leaves have a slightly sweet, peppery taste...
Gynura Procumbens VS Ashitaba
Although Gynura procumbens and Ashitaba (scientific name: Angelica keiskei koidzumi) are plants from different families, somehow many started addressing Gynura procumbens as Ashitaba, especially in the Philippines. This article will discuss the benefits of each, and how they are different. different benefits, and of both help you understand the difference of the two so you can determine which is best for you, or both! Visual Comparisons If you compare the photos, you will see these plants are different. The shape of leaves, and structures are different. Leaves of Gynura procumbens are oval shaped with a pointy tip, softer serrated...