Asked in Food & Cooking
Food & Cooking
Food made from malunggay?
November 12, 2014 8:18PM
Foods made from malunggay include certain breads, vegetarian noodles, cookies and tea. Malunggay is a herb providing nutrients and medicinal benefits to increase energy and relaxation.
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Is it possible to make coffee from malunggay seeds?
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What investigatory project can you do with malunggay?
What are the health benefits of malunggay?
In Tamil name called mulangi is raddish used to regulate the blood sugar level. Moringa oleifera MORINGA Malunggay leaves helps strengthens the immune system. Malunggay can help restores skin condition, controls blood pressure, relieves headaches and migraines. Malunggay tea can help strengthen the eye muscles. Malunggay tea can help heal inflammation of the joints and tendons. Malunggay tea can prevent intestinal worms. Malunggay can help increase semen count. Malunggay help normalize blood sugar level therefore preventing diabetes. Malunggay has anti-cancer compounds (phytochemicals) that help stop the growth of cancer cells. Malunggay helps relax and promotes good night sleep. Malunggay tea is used to treat fever and asthma. Malunggay help heals ulcers. Malunggay is high in calcium (four times the calcium in milk), therefore lactating mothers are advised to consume malunggay leaves to produce more milk for their babies. The young malunggay leaves are also boiled and taken as tea. Malunggay contains three times the potassium in bananas. Malunggay contain four times the vitamin A in carrots. An ounce of malunggay has the same Vitamin C content as seven oranges. Malunggay leaves contain two times the protein in milk. Malunggay seed is used to clean dirty or polluted water. Source -- hub pages
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How do you translate the Visayan term of 'malunggay' into English?
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What are the chemical substance present in the sap of malunggay?
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What is the scientific classifications of malunggay?
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What is the component of malunggay?