Hemant Trivedi: You are a stupid man. Never cut down a tree. No one should kill a hen
laying golden eggs.
First learn proper harvesting technique.
remigz: Hi John, great video and info about the Moringa. I just started growing
this plant in Merida (Mexico) and invested in the UV light system to
sanitize it without heat. Thanks a lot for your help.
Berenice Raffa: 0:52 ...the "POTASSIUM" of spinards??? I think it's "THE IRON" of spinards
Jerry Maulden: okra hows your raw ingreedyients so much more than what every ones?
Mrssewhardtoplease: looks like the stuff i purchase in packets.
Berenice Raffa: You are like Chapman; the guy that murdered JOHN LENNON: He use to be a fan
of John...but he killed him anyway.
Ans as for you; you first talked to us about the benefits of this 'MIRACLE
TREE' and then....PLUUUUUUUUUM!!!!!!!!!....I know it WILL SOON grow from
that cut you made; but it's going to lose shape and quality, 'cause leaves,
fruits and flowers will be too lately appearing, and as soon as they bloom
you would like to harvest them , but they wouldn't had been enough time on
the tree to take the propper ammount of nutrients... :-(
Calvin Bridges: why kill the tree?
Olek_Gannon: maca powder is the best and has more nutrients than this at a cheaper cost.
Jerry Maulden: Hey John Kohler, could you send me some seeds from your Maringa tree?
Stephen Shrubsall: I like the way you think except there is one problem with the UV light
theory and yes it will do all he things your saying but you also destroy
the plants dna coz thats what a uv light is designed to do
Deepti S Krishnan: I think by blanching, the moringa leaves would lose all its health
benefits! It would be better if it is grown in pots. Bring them indoors
during the winter months (you could keep it near the window for the
linda leonard: you can feed it to your fish
linda leonard: I have like 12 tree from 15 feet to like 1 foot in pot I am in mid FL we
get so low temp what should I do with them
Stephen Shrubsall: No emf from the type i have its a sunlighten sauna not the rod heating type
but the carbon sheet type a true far infrared it produces a softer heat
also but thanks for the input
Stephen Shrubsall: I intend to grow this plant and dry it useing my Far infrared Sauna any
thoughts on this method good or bad please comment why you think it would
be good or not cheers thanks
steve weaver: NO, you can pull the limbs off and leave the trunk. I have 3 trees I've
been doing that to for a few months. These trees grow 8 to 12 feet a year
here in Orlando.
fetymann: Your far infrared sauna most likely puts off a fair amount of EMF, so keep
your drying tray on the opposite wall of the elements. If I were you, I'd
put a (near) infrared bulb in a box and use the heat from that to make your
Stephen Shrubsall: The uv light sounds good i have one i use in my business that i will use
thanks for the cool idea
FAFA TUWAD: its not a waste caue u can grow the stem you cut just put it to another soi
and it grows itsef;)
lothre: You can strip the leaves much easier if you dehydrate them while still on
the branches. Also, while you are dehydrating them on the branches, the
branches themselves are still supplying small amounts of nutrients to the
leaves that they would otherwise not be getting if you pull them off before
I Much: thanks so much for sharing!! i just wish those dehydrators or high power
blenders weren't as expensive!
carolianas L: I do agree with you, MsLaburn, that John's way of taking the dehydrated
leaves with his bare hands and putting it in a paperbag form who knows how
clean it was is a no-no. I like his dehydrator being able to keep the
leaves green in color. The simple way of airdrying it in the shade, at room
temperature and in a screened room(protect it from bugs and flies) is what
makes the leaves dark. This is the natural way of drying it and no
GixxxerKim: Do you think having powdered greens (spirulina, wheat grass, etc. reds
yellows blues) is better than having little to no veggies at all?
Spicky: He just wanted to highlight UV lighting but this is not expensive for a
small packaging company damm i even have it at home.
nery colon: Nice moringa plant. I am planning to get a tree, I found out where they
sell it here and its very close to my house..
Tim Timang: Hi John. What was that plant hormone that you mention (1:22)? Thanks!
Glena Dee: Someone needs to learn how to harvest those leaves rather than cutting off
half of the tree. It is such a waste!
louie1987able: where did they get the moringa???? i believe it's from the third world
countries... third world countries make them healthy.. but they make the
third world country sick.. and they think they are the best..it's funny
RVS BEST: Sorryz? But did I heard it right ,it takes a year before use it. 9:15 , why
Sandra Rose: I live in JA with about 20 40 foot Moringa Trees staring at me...in front
of my villa everyday. How I am able to live here...debt free after 3 years
with ZIJA Moringa...is marketing RAW ZIJA Moringa Powder, ZIja Veggie Caps,
and ZIJA Moringa Premium Blend Tea to those like me...who dont want to go
thru this painful process and just simply pick leaves from our trees to add
to floral boquet...and let the experts at ZIJA...THE Pioneering Moringa
Company do the rest...while we Drink LIfe In..smile
ZNaturalFoods: Great informational video on Moringa and how to make it! Moringa is one of
the healthiest plants on this planet with so many health benefits. So
either growing it yourself or buying a high quality Moringa powder is the
way to go. As long as you consume at least 1 teaspoon of High quality
Moringa (Oleifera) a day you should notice improvements in your health. We
carry an excellent Organically grown Moringa Powder amongst many other
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CABALENTV ABE ABE: You have to taste the fruit of Moringa.Meat - like taste.My favorite
T Abbs: You talk too much man. You are boring the heck out of everybody.
will smith: Thanks soo much, really helpful.
Justin Miramontes: Huge takeaway at the end there. Fresh Moringa Leaf powder should be a
VIBRANT green. I see so many powders on the market that are almost a light
brown/beige. The Moringa powder I buy from a local moringa farm (I live in
the Philippines) is so bright green it looks like it's glowing! :)
asfdoth: He used a harvest method called "coppicing"...look it up. This method is
VERY sustainable for moringa sp. and has been used around the world for
xThrashMonkeyx: Are you in a hurry?
okraw: The goal is to grow FRESH SUPERFOODS and eat them FRESH! Check my other
youtube channel - growingyourgreens to learn how to do that. Dried foods
have their place, but we should all strive to eat FRESH grown, FRESH picked
MsFredwina: So you store them in dried leaf form and then make into powder as needed?
Jezebel1115: Wow, I just heard of Moringa being a "Super Slim Down" food on The View
last week, and this video was made over 2 years old. John you really know
your stuff. Thanks for the very informative video! Peace out, Michelle
cbzombiequeen58: thank you this is what i was looking for
rumihumphrey: when you chop them at the trunk the send lots of shoots and you can harvest
the shoots in rotation with a limitless supply and the tree remains alive.
In the seychelles and other areas they generally chop it to a stump and
harvest shoots of the stump otherwise the tree grows too tall. there is
nothing NEW about it, people have been eating it since people and moringa
have been around. it is a super food and i eat it all the time with 4 trees
and the method above i have free unlimited super food.
Erma Fernandez: freak you ! You do a lot of talking! Demonstrate it with minimal talking
that is how to demo!!
Justin Miramontes: He meant you should use it before within 1 year. I would recommend using it
sooner unless you have really air tight packaging. Also store the moringa
in the shade/dark.
DANIELandDANIA: the tree grow back very fast ! i know because i grow moringas
Conrad Linde: you have to cut the tree to get the leaves?
Carol Duvall: Have you researched - googled the side effects of moringa?
rasuuuuu: Even if you chop off the whole tree, it would still sprout. Moringa trees
grow really tall (up to 10m) and it's common for them to be chopped down to
a meter so that it's easier to harvest. We've been chopping ours off
regularly and it's sustained us for a long time.
Vamar Anthus: First off. He is 'demonstrating' how you can do it yourself at home. I
think he is assuming the viewer might be grown up enough to know how to
properly clean hands and produce before eating without having to actually
show you. Also, he is not packaging and selling the powder he made for the
video. Finally, based on statistics of third world countries high rate of
fatalities caused by poor sanitation, hygiene, and diseases, he is not far
off. You can not fight statistics, even if they offend you
V Hudgins: go to ilovemoringa lots of information
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