Moringa

 

There are a dozen species of Moringas coming from Africa, Arabia, and India. They vary in growth from caudiciform trees to shrub.

Moringa oleifera, an Indian tree has many uses, its fruit are edible, its seeds can be used for oil production, and its roots can be made into a condiment similar in taste to horseradish.

Species and varieties
Moringa oleifera (Horseradish Tree)
Moringa ovalifolia (Phantom Tree)
Moringa ovalifoliolata synonym of Moringa ovalifolia (Phantom Tree)
Moringa pterygosperma synonym of Moringa oleifera (Horseradish Tree)

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