(TacticalNews.com) – A tree of many names, the moringa tree is extremely nutritional. Not only is the tree packed with nutrients, but the entire tree can be eaten. However, this is the tip of the iceberg. Read on to find out more about this amazing tree.
This tree has a variety of uses. As the video discusses, providing water may be its most valuable contribution to your survival. Water is indispensable for survival and having a readily available supply on hand is vital.
However, the moringa tree’s usefulness doesn’t stop there. This tree didn’t earn its nickname as the “tree of life” simply because it can filter water. The moringa tree possesses significant amounts of calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, manganese, sodium, and zinc. And if that’s not enough, the seeds contain all nine essential amino acids.
The leaf of moringa trees contain most of its nutrients but seed pods and seeds can be eaten too. You can even extract oil from the pods to lubricate machinery and/or firearms. If you extract the oil, don’t throw the pod away just yet, you can use it to filter water, making it potable.
These examples are only a fraction of the potential found in these amazing trees. Not all things that are useful can be found in nature. Check out what you can do with a helpful piece of trash you can find anywhere.
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