Moringa, The Miracle Tree
Do you have a sneaking suspicion that the multi vitamins you currently take aren’t really as effective for you and your family as they should be? Or do you have a small voice that keeps nagging that you should be taking some kind of supplement because the food at the supermarket just doesn’t provide adequate nutrition anymore?
No really, you don’t need to worry about this anymore.
There’s an organic, natural food packed full of the essential macro and micro nutrients, vitamins, proteins and amino acids that we all need to stay healthy. And it all comes from a magnificent tree, called Moringa. The Oleifera (sometimes spelled incorrectly as Oliefera or Olifera) is native to India, and the Stenopetala is indigenous to Africa.
Take a look at some of the amazing benefits provided by this God given super food that grows on the Moringa tree…
“GREEN LEAFY VEGETABLES AND FRUITS SUPPLY MUCH NEEDED ESSENTIAL MICRONUTRIENTS LIKE BETA-CAROTENE [VITAMIN A], VITAMIN C, FOLIC ACID, AND ALSO CALCIUM AND POTASSIUM. MORINGA LEAVES IN PARTICULAR ARE A RICH, INEXPENSIVE SOURCE OF MICRONUTRIENTS.” – DR. C. GOPALAN, PRESIDENT, NUTRITION FOUNDATION OF INDIA
The End Of Rural Hunger In South Africa?
Is that really possible? With Gods grace and this fantastically nutrient rich tree there is hope.
Brian and Jenny Scott began the Moringa 5000 ministry after Brian was given a vision one night of 5000 people being fed, as in the Bible passage from Matthew 14 where Jesus feeds the crowd.
Verse 21 reads, “the number of those who ate was about 5000 men, besides women and children”, so the ministry was named to honour Jesus Christ.
The vision confirmed their belief that they are doing Gods work by using the Moringa Oliefera tree to alleviate hunger in rural areas in South Africa.
The projects main goal is to plant 5000 trees in the valley of 1000 hills and surrounding areas in KwaZulu Natal in a sustainable way whereby all recipients can be well nourished and have a way of supplementing their income.
Learn more about Brian and Jenny and this remarkable ministry. And here is a progress report on how the project is doing…