The moringa tree is called “The Miracle Tree” for good reason. It’s very popular in India, parts of Africa, the Phillipines and other countries, but it’s still not recognized in the USA.

The tree is commonly used in herbalism, but it also has a number of other applications. The largest Moringa crop was produced by, of course, India, where the tree is native. An interesting fact is that the death rate from pancreatic cancer is 84% lower in India compared to the USA, and the Moringa tree surely plays a part in this!

The increased popularity of the Moringa tree is due to recent studies that examined the tree’s effect on some of the most serious diseases. The Moringa tree has been used in alternative medicine for a long time thanks to its antifungal, antibacterial, antidepressant, anti-diabetes and anti-cancer properties. It can be used against pain, fever and asthma.

The tree contains powerful anti-cancer agents such as kaempferol, rhamnetin and isoquercetin. Recent studies have confirmed its efficiency against ovarian, liver, lung cancer and melanoma.

However, in order to realize it’s true potential, more research is needed. These studies are important as they show a potential natural cure for one of the deadliest diseases known to humanity.