Max Sanders: Love the stuff! My friend has a huge moringa tree in his back yard, so lately I've been making them a big part of my daily green juice! Thanks for all the awesome videos John, You're the best!
Glory Mills: what if you don't have dehydrator how then do you dry it?
ennisel: @okraw can't you just put it in the sun to dehydrate it?
libra' so knows best. libra: Moringa Farms. Com has a great source of Moringa. They have the Moringa in powder form and capsule. They also have the oils,which is great for the hair and skin.
RJSoftware2000: Maybe a dumb question but does dried version still contain amino acids?
blanch paulin: niki k , I live in Florida and am just this year hearing about Moringa tree. Sounds like just what I need for my damaged immune system. Could you send me some seeds or cuttings from your tree, whatever it takes to begin rooting one. Your tree has already been climatized to Florida so should work well for me in Central Florida? I would like to be able to eat leaves fresh off the tree or in salads and your tree sounds just right for that. Thanks for your attention.
Noel Auma: Am new to miring so want to know better
Sarah Ba: How can yo u be so cruel to that tree? Do you have to cut that tree? with such glee! Cant you just harvest SOME branches?
Shawna Ph.D: Man I would be making capsules. Or cook out the medicine and stick it in a syringe.
Arturo Alanis C: im wondering if i can do the same thong ut woth mesquite leaves
niki k: sorry to say this time around John is making a generalization about one taste from that tree that is NOT true. here in Florida these trees grow everywhere. I have a Moringa O. tree and the leave are tender milder tasting than spinach and not bitter at all so please dont be discouraged from eating them just because he says one particular kind seems bitter to him. this has a beautiful light spinach like taste and yes the tree hes standing in front of does not look like the beautiful tasting oleifera we have down here. i highly encourage you to eat these raw, or throw bunch of handfuls into your omelette in the morning. its amazing! even throw them in the juicer. and you dont need expensive dehydrator to dry these. clean them, throw them on your counter spaced apart, they will be dry in a mere few days, no effort :) then powder them in your coffee grinder. simple as that
Joseph Gaston: Which is the best place to purchase raw moringa powder that is a trusted and reliable company.I want to get fresh moringa processed like you said in your video. I want to make sure it is processed right so I get all the nutritional benefits it has to offer my body.Call me at 217 628 8088 or call me at 217 891 5340 on my cell phone.would like to talk to you.
FloridaBeeFarm: Here's a tip to save money when processing Moringa. Instead of buying an expensive food processor to chop it into fine powder, use the nutri bullet. The nutri bullet comes with a milling blade and it works perfect for powdering things like dried moringa or tumeric. I grow Moringa in Florida and we use it every day in our smoothies (also made with the nutri bullet)
Mohd Norharryzan: saya ada
Mohd Norharryzan: saya ada
ILOVENJ00: No mention of seed pods here which are cooked all over Asia and delicious in a curry or soup.
ILOVENJ00: Good info but this video could have been 1 minute long. Break the leaves. Dry in the shade. Make powder in the spice blender or regular blender. Done.
Michael Jones: When it is powder form how much do you add for a tea drink i have 3 trees growing at the moment my wife is Filipino and she uses it in soups
Dennis Nakashima: John, do you have a particular company that you would recommend for buying quality moringa, that hasn't been blanched?
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