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Moringa, an Ancient Tree of Life Used in Ancient Kamit / Egypt! Makes a Comeback!

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Published on Feb 18, 2012

To get the highest quality Moringa Powder, Capsules, Tea and Oil I have found up to date, as well as a FREE Book "All Things Moringa" go to: http://allthingsmoringa.com

Presentation by: Moorpheus (Hakim Bey)

The Moringa tree is one of the most incredible plants I have ever encountered. This may sound sensationalist, but Moringa's nutritional and medicinal properties has the potential to end malnutrition, starvation, as well as prevent and heal many diseases and maladies worldwide. Moringa is truly a miracle plant, and a divine gift for the nourishing and healing of man. This plant has so many uses and special features, it is hard to know where to begin sharing what I have learned about this wonderful plant.
The most incredible thing about Moringa is the amount of nutritional and medicinal compounds found in this plant.

Moringa has 10 times the Vitamin A of carrots, ½ times the Vitamin C of oranges, 17 times the Calcium of milk, 15 times the Potassium of bananas, 25 times the Iron of spinach, and 9 times the Protein of yogurt!

Moringa also over 40 anti-oxidants and its nutrients are easily digested and assimilated by the human body. Moringa is said to contain 539 known compounds which according to traditional African and Indian medicine (Ayurvedic) is said to prevent of 300 diseases and maladies.
Moringa is the sole genus in the flowering plant family Moringaceae. The genus Moringa in turn is made up of 12 species (the "Tree of Life" is said to bear 12 many of fruit in the "Book of Revelations"). The species most common, and which is the main subject of this book is the species called "Moringa Oleifera." Moringa Oleifera is found in many tropical and sub-tropical regions. Moringa can be grown in the even the harshest and driest of soils, where barely anything else will grow. In fact, one of the nicknames of Moringa is "never die" due to its incredible ability to survive harsh weather and even drought.


Moringa Was Treasured in Ancient KMT (Egypt)

Moringa was found in the tomb of Maiherperi. Maiherperi was an Ancient Egyptian noble of Nubian origin buried in the Valley of the Kings, in tomb KV36. He probably lived during the rule of Thutmose IV, and received the honour of a burial in the Valley of the Kings, the royal necropolis. His name can be translated as Lion of the Battlefield, [1]. Amongst his titles were Child of the Nursery and Royal Fan-Bearer of the Right Hand Side. There is speculation that the first title signified that he grew up in the royal nursery as a prince of a vassal territory, or perhaps was the son of a lesser wife or concubine of the pharaoh.[2] He was among the first during the New Kingdom to hold the second title, and was literally true in that he was by the pharaoh's side, likely as an advisor or bodyguard.[3] This same title was also used to denote the Viceroys of Kush later in the New Kingdom.




From the Tomb of Maiherpri: 18th Dynasty

Jars, Vases & Bowls

This is especially significant, since the expensive oils which some of them held were usually among the first items to be stolen because they did not keep long. Some of the dockets attached to the jars indicated that they had contained b3k-oil, a very expensive commodity made from Moringa nuts. The calcite vase seen on the far right below in this plate still contained about three quarts of rancid oil when it was discovered.

Come and join us as we explore the properties of this" Tree of Life," as well as give thanks that we re-discovered it in this day and time!

For more information and FREE Book "All Things Moringa" go to: http://allthingsmoringa.com

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