Useful food prep hint #2:
Give your Malunggay company. When drying Malunggay leaves to make Malunggay Tea ensure you play it music occasionally (Malunggay prefers Aussie hip hop like this song called Forever Young).
In addition, ENSURE you have some company in the form of a plant, like a cactus, so it is happy and thrives so as to be even more nutritious for you.
Malunggay is the Miracle Tree and you will be stronger and smarter if you have some everyday. It rocks big time.
Malunggay, sometimes called Moringa, has small, rounded leaves that are packed with an incredible amount of nutrition: protein, calcium, beta carotene, vitamin C, potassium… you name it, its got it.
No wonder it’s been used medicinally (and as a food source) for at least 4,000 years.
From a digestive standpoint, Malunggay is high in fiber that, as the Epoch Times put it, “works like a mop in your intestines… to clean up any of that extra grunge left over from a greasy diet.”
Also noteworthy are its isothiocyanates, which have anti-bacterial properties that may help to rid your body of H. pylori, a bacteria implicated in gastritis, ulcers, and gastric cancer.
Info on Malunggay from Mercola.com in article called 10 Superfoods for Digestive Health.
Malunggay Tea is easy and inexpensive yet is Super for your Mind & Body
Very Easy to do at Work Too
You Can Use Malunggay in A Lot of Dishes