Louis David: Veillez prendre votre temps pour visualiser ce vidéo.
Bugkolot ako: So annoying man.. lot of bla..bla...bla...bla.. nonsense talk. Show us how
to make it to powder. Thats it.. freak....
ZOMBIE: In the Philippines we cook as vegetables we called it malunggay .
synthagonzales: Well I think the blender probably killed the enzymes high speed friction
and static. Mortar and pestle would work but take forever.
e.i mccool: man you talk too much.
Russell Johnson: We have 4 Moringa trees that we grew from cuttings. They grow extremely
fast here in Southern California, 4 - 8 inches a week, once you put them in
the ground. We eat the freshly picked leaves and the pods all the time.
The leaves boiled in 1/2 water and 1/2 chicken stock makes a wonderful
green vegetable. We add onions, too.
If the leaves are very dark, that just means they had been on the tree a
long time. The new growth leaves are light green.
I think the lighter colored leaves taste better.
Moringa leaves freeze well too if you squeeze as much air as possible out
of the freezer bag. They have a long freezer life.
Evelise Gomes: Very nice video, I am just learning about Moringa and I will make an effort
to plant on in my back yard in Cabo Verde Island and use it as often as I
can. Good job. thanks. Any advice on how to make the tea?
Out Of Place Ninja: That blender.. scares me a little lol. I thought my blender could rev up
pretty good. I may need to get me one of these as I like to powder rolled
Madhusudan Sikri: Great! Just great! I am so happy to see that Moringa is gaining popularity.
I like the way that you are doing it at a personal level for home use. This
is also a great opportunity for setting up a small business to sell Moringa
powder in tea bags so that a person can spread the benefits of Moringa more
widely, as well as make a decent business out of it.
My company makes and sells bench top herbs drying, grinding and packaging
equipment and materials. We have as customers, over a thousand small
businesses all over the world (around 100 countries). I would like to share
with your viewers a video of small business equipment being used by our
Aaron Jensen: This is good info for me to know.. My future wife is a Srilankan and she
has a Moringa tree in her backyard. I've tried both cooked beans and the
leaves and it tastes delicious.
The4directions: To sterilize it I would give it a soak in mms solution or give it a spray
down with colloidal silver. Won't using a powerful blender kill the enzymes
,as it does when making juice in a blender ? I would just pound it with a
fat wooden stick like they do in the 3rd world and then pass it though a
Quang Doan: People in Quang Nam province, Vietnam want to grow Moringa, please contact
Mr. Quang at 0912.278.827 for seedlings. Khách hàng ở Quảng Nam có nhu cầu
trồng cây Chùm Ngây xin liên hệ số đt: 0912.278.827, gặp Quang. Giá Rẻ!
banoya: where to buy that dehydrator, im from philippines,
Henry PH: "Tinolang manok" with moringa looks and tastes very delicious. My mother
always cook it for us. However, I'm concerned about the cooking process.
The moringa along with the chicken are left to boil for a few minutes. Will
there still be nutrients left?
Reuben Cross: ITS NOT A NEW SUPER FOOD TO US ,where i come from it grows wild and
organic.....its a cure for every ailment ..... a natural
laxative...antioxidant......good for eyesight ..diabetics....energy....
heart .....uric acid ....weight loss.....anti aging ....pain in the
joints...the oil is used for dandruff,hair growth,skin problems,.......and
so much more ...[ I EAT 5---10 OF THE SEEDS DAILY ]...THE BEST ON THE
Gilbert Mancao: How to Dry Moringa and Make Green Powder - A New …:
Holee Kun: Never knew maringa tree has that much nutrients and benefits, I grew up and
eat it all my life
GoingNatural: Never heard of moringa powder - John whats the best way to get in touch
with you ..? your facebook is not active as of March ..?
Lejla Kasumacic: thank you JOhn for this very informative video on moringa, exactly what I
needed. I start to grow it now and hopefully will be making my own soon.
Remedios Haskell: thank you so much for sharing this video, god bless you
Craigson Burg: Fresh leaves are absolutely full of un-touched goodness and holds 4 times
the amount of chlorophyll than wheat-grass.
Linda January: So, would washing the leaves then laying them out to dry before processing
be a good idea? or is it not necessary to wash the leaves?
Robin Conkel-hAnnan: Where can we get seeds or cuttings of the Moringa.?
Su chi sen jo: Thank you for your lovely videos..learnt so much from them.
Arif Kaser: Moringa is used in Indian Subcontinent and Ayuverda Medicine for along
time. We also eat its fruit stalk in curries, real tasty.
teezycole: TMI.. You talk too much crap.
Dead Sea Moringa: Moringa's health properties make it one of the most nutritionally valuable
plants in the world!
Florence Figueroa Belenario: I love moringa leaves, young long fruits and flowers. When Im young my
father used the leaves juice for my wound to stop the bleeding. But what I
really miss about it, is that the TINOLANG MANOK
loveisnow2: Hi John, You said a lot about the dehydration process but not much about
the plants properties and benefits. I have never heard of it before and am
interested in its raw values. Thanks~ ha guess I can just google it.
Nizar Ahmad: We have this tree a lot near our home. the leaves are cooked and eaten as a
side with rice. in facf one is growing outside my house now. chopping it is
ok as this tree will shoot out new branches very quickly. it is very hardy
and quick growing. unlime other trees. new shoots co e out within just a
week of chopping.
Mika Lee: They always tasted like a vegetable to me, Filipino's cook it like a
vegetable mostly in soups. I actually eat it all the time as my wife is
Nicole Palmer: Great informative video. New subscriber here just wanting to know of any
difference's in overall health after taking Moringa . Please make a video
if possible really like that your so knowledgeable . Bless You and thanks
for sharing with the world.
Dara Dy: i don't have the hydrant machine, can i just dry it under the sun?
Lynn Blume: should dehydrate at 110 115 and up kills some of the good things in it
thanks for the video
iviewutoob: I found some Moringa leaves at my local 99 Ranch Market. It's labeled
Malangai as this is what the phillipines call them. I'm going to use these
in a salad.
loveisnow2: Ok I looked it up, for anyone else that wants to know, these are the
The leaves of the Moringa oleifera tree have no parallel in the plant
kingdom. The Moringa tree is the most nutritious in the world, with most of
its benefits stored in the small green leaves of this unassuming plant.
Known as the Tree of Life, it contains more than 90 nutrients including 40
powerful antioxidants. In fact, practically every part of the plant
contains important minerals and are a good source of protein, vitamins,
beta-carotene, amino acids, and various phenolics.
Moringa leaves are small, thick, and tear-drop shaped and grow rapidly as
the plant matures. The leaves are strong and firm and can be easily picked
from the tree’s branches.
It's leaf powder contains all eight essential amino acids required for
proper protein synthesis. It is rich in flavonoids, including Quercetin,
Kaempferol, Beta-Sitosterol, Caffeoylquinic acid, and Zeatin. Stacked full
of nutrients, anti-oxidants, and vital proteins, it is quite possibly the
most amazing botanical ever studied.
Here are just a few benefits to consuming Moringa:
Increases the body’s immune system
Provides nourishment to the brain and body
Decreases anxiety, depression, and sleep related disorders
Promotes cell structure of the body
Calms, moisturizes, and nourishes the skin
Promotes the normal functioning of the liver and kidney
Promotes a healthy circulatory system
Supports normal sugar levels
Aids in stabilizing diabetes
Aids in reducing inflammation and related conditions like arthritis
HealingMoringaTree: Thanks John great video!
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.
Aldrich Lipata: Been growing moringa for more than 20 yrs now. All the techniques you see
here are relevant. So just absorb it folks! You're here to learn. You can
always ask but irrelevant speculations will never give you any of the
vitamins this wonder tree provides. Chill!
Earth Soul Heart Art: Thank you very much. Can we do the same with green tea leaves? Can we
dehydrate under the sun or in the shade? If yes, what is the difference
please? Thanks again.
Michelle Castillo: Ive got about 10 trees in my backyard, so good for you!
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.
M BN: I guess we don't have to ask, "will it blend?".
blacken whiten: haha,,,big mouth.
Monch Estrella: some studies done on using the moringa bark, for alternative energy..
nothing has concrete has surfaced though
Terry Floyd: "Uploaded on Nov 2, 2010
John from http://www.okraw.com shows you how to harvest and dry moringa
powder so it could be considered a raw food. Learn about the processing
techniques that the industry uses to process morniga. You will also learn
about interesting facts about moringa along the way."
Ahialey Justice: Any one here willing to join me make it BIG here in Africa I mean real
business...interested person should call me on +233265272326
Seiha Khom: Hmant, cutting moringa trees is the good idea. You know if you cut it. you
can make more branch and be more easy to harvest. But your idea is still
good if you want to keep as your gold egg producing hens.
Carlos Otero: why kill the tree you fcking murderer B|
Mark Long: leave the freakin trees along! I don't care how high the tree has to grow.
You are a stupid man!!!!