Scientific and pharmaceutical results confirm that moringa is a wonderful crop that can alleviate malnutrition among children and women.
Different parts of this plant contain a profile of important minerals like iron and calcium, good source of protein, vitamins B and C, b-carotene, amino acids and various phenolic.
Moringa is cultivated in many ways which include: alley cropping. It is also used as animal forage (leaves and treated seed-cake), biogas (leaves), domestic cleaning agent (crushed leaves), blue dye (wood), fencing (living trees), fertilizer (seed-cake), foliar nutrient (juice expressed from leaves), green manure (leaves), medicine (all plant parts), ornamental plantings, bio pesticide (soil incorporation of leaves to prevent seedling damping off), pulp (wood), rope (bark), tannin for tanning hides (bark and gum) and water purification (powdered seeds).
Sacha inchi, Plukenetia volubilis, commonly known as the Inca peanut, is the seed of a plant that originates from the highlands of Peru. Sacha inchi has been cultivated and used by indigenous people as a food source for 3,000 years in the Amazon rainforest.
The benefits of Sacha Inchi have taken the world by storm, more and more studies done on these star-shaped fruits have revealed a humongous amount of benefits that will soon make Sacha Inchi one of the top miracle fruits used by both modern pharmaceutical, and aesthetic health and well-being practices.
This “Super Food” is proven to help combat and prevent many health issues such as: Cholesterol, Diabetes, Joint Health, Cardiovascular related diseases; and may also promote weight loss, improve brain health, skin and hair, bone health, better vision and improved overall wellbeing.