How does the Olla work?
Ollas conserve 50 to 75% on water use, the Olla only needs to be filled about every 3 to 5 days, verses your daily, or every other day water use. First, dig a hole in the soil for the pot, bury the Olla irrigation pot only exposing the neck. Put your seeds or plants around the olla and fill it with water. The watering radius is based on the size of the Olla. Remember the pots pores allow water to slowly seep through directly to the plants roots. Great for Moringa Trees, which can get root rot quickly. The topsoil stays dry eliminating unwanted weeds and less stress to plants. Providing increased yields for veggies, fruit, herbs etc. Note: If you have chlorine in your water, the chlorine will dissipate overnight out of the olla and deliver non-chlorinated water to your plants. For this, you can also add organic fertilizers. Water base fertilizers are best; you don't want to clog the Olla pores with heavy partials. This is a highly efficient way to conserve water!
Newsletter for April 2014
By Hugh Campbell
During my constant research for new healing products and modalities, I stumbled across an interesting plant that I knew little about! The more I researched, the more I knew I wanted a Moringa Tree! The tree has properties that seem endless! Here are a few;
7x more Vitamin C than Oranges
4x more Vitamin A than Carrots
4x more Calcium and 2x more Protein than Milk
3x more Potassium than Bananas
3x more Vitamin E than Spinach
3x more Iron than Almonds
The Oil contains 1,700 antioxidants
The list of Nutritients and benefits just goes on and on-really!
I was lucky enough to find a local supplier and went to visit them. That is when I met Cornelius and Renee Epps. You could not find nicer and more spiritual people to deal with. I found that they had just published their own book that explains how to plant, raise and care for the trees and much more! They supply seeds, starter kits, seedlings, Oils, soaps and much more all with the healing essences of the Moringa Tree. Needless to say I bought seeds, several seedlings, the book and some soap. I have been watching these plants take off and I am now eating the leaves and will experiment with making teas and adding to smoothies!
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God's tree of life, November 15, 2014
By Beth Wagner
This review is from: How to grow a Moringa Tree: The Ultimate Study Guide to assist, establish, and perfect the art to cultivating a blessing. (Paperback)
I am growing moringa in my yard in south Florida. I have an old cat that was looking very rugged, he had an infection on his nose that was difficult to treat and he is difficult to deal with. I give him some dried moringa in his wet cat food each day. In two months he looked like a new cat, I swear he looks five years younger and it is obvious he feels better. I use it on myself also, I put dried moringa leaves in my yogurt daily. If it helps my old cat, I know it helps me. December 23, 2014. I want to add the cat even looks better as I have continued to feed him the moringa. He is getting fatter also, he had lost some much weight. I swear he looks like a teenager now! I mix at least a full teaspoon of Moringa in a small can of wet food, mixed with some dry food. I still put dried
Moringa in many of the foods I consume. I don't know if it helps me, but I have never been sick in any way. I am 67.
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Excellent, April 25, 2014
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By Rene Epps
Posted Tuesday, August 11, 2015 at 05:49pm EDT
The Intricate Details About The Moringa Tree!
Growing a Moringa Tree can be challenging, they grow best in warm tropical weather. In this type of weather this will allow the moringa oleifera species to be exact, to grow continually without being stunted. Some of the best US Hardiness Zones are 9, 10 and 11, but with proper care the moringa will just about grow anywhere. Moringa trees are delicate and demand respect; there is about a 50% survival rate when transplanting them. First root shock can occur if the soil is disturbed which can proceed to air exposure and other airborne elements not needed near sensitive tap roots, let alone the core-root. Now to increase the survival rate when transplanting moringa; vitamin B1 is one of the keys to my preventative measures and success stories.
I recommend that vitamin B1, be added to all moringa tree transplants. I have noticed an increase from root shock at about an 85% survival rate using 1 cup per gallon of water. For more, allow me to bring to your attention that moringa trees, all “thirteen species” of them, have no need for fertilizers if your soil has a well balanced eco-system, the proper order of microorganisms. Hot/Cold Climates: In 70 to 98 degrees the moringa tree will grow as a perennial, year around. Past dealings have yielded from the seed that they can grow, a foot in two weeks time. You can have a 15 foot moringa tree in no time soon in this type of weather. When it comes to colder climates; the 20’s and below, lasting for long periods, will totally do a moringa no justice. So if you want them year around, they must be grown inside your home or in a heated greenhouse, keeping a temperature of 70 degrees plus. Remember, the cooler the temperature gets, the slower the moringa tree will grow; more mature and larger trees become more cold tolerant. Younger moringa trees will; a lot of times die back and go into hibernation, leaving the owner until the weather heats back up again.
Moringa Health Benefits:
Coming from; “a knowledge is power perspective”, the moringa is changing many circumstances in peoples lives around the world. From assisting those with glaucoma, impotence, high & low blood pressure, diabetes, to detoxifying the liver. Total fortification should be stamped on this highly nutritious plant. By implementing moringa in your daily diet, capsule or powder form, this will start revitalizing your entire being immediately. Your energy level will be the first noticeable factor, and for most, a sharper thinking structure will develop, a precise appetite will increase, better lubricated joints, stool without pain should appear, to seeing open cuts heal faster than usual. Yes! a complete multi-vitamin and mineral supply will be introduced into your body count, not to mention, 18 amino acids, and 40 antioxidants, bringing the real you to a replenished, toxic free state. For the record, “remember,” anything good for you doesn’t come easy, discipline must be respected to obtain the rewards of renewal. With this said, to be healthy is to be smart!
References: (Books) How To Grow a Moringa Tree 1 & 2
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They can purify water, feed a family of four for 50 years, and help combat climate change — and you've probably never heard of the.
Don’t get me wrong. I’m a fan of kale.
But kale is absolutely, positively not a superfood.
A superfood is high in protein, low in fat, gluten-free, loaded with omega-3s, bursting with antioxidants and overflowing with folate, fiber and phytonutrients. But the vast majority of what gets called a superfood these days should be called “health food.” Yes, health food is a perfectly suitable descriptor for goji berries, pomegranates and chia seeds.
To get an idea of a true superfood, look at quinoa. The Andean grain is more than just a high protein, low-fat, gluten-free alternative to rice or pasta. Quinoa is not only one of the only plants in the world that provides a complete source of protein. It is also an extraordinarily resilient plant. You can grow it at just about any altitude, from sea-level up to 13,000 feet. It can withstand a wide range of temperatures, and needs very little water to survive. There’s a reason why the United Nations General Assembly declared 2013 “The International Year of Quinoa” and not “The International Year of the Goji Berry.”
Kelp is another example of a true superfood. It’s not merely high in protein, low in fat and loaded with heart-healthy antioxidants. It grows at turbo speed (9 to 12 feet in three months) without the need for fresh water or fertilizer. Kelp could provide the world with a vast new source of sustainable protein — and potentially reduce greenhouse gas emissions. (Kelp forests are carbon sinks.)
Real superfoods possess super-traits — like the ability to grow astronomically fast in some of the world’s harshest climates. Or the ability to make dirty water safe for drinking. Or the ability to feed a family of four for 50 years. Here are three superfoods, largely unknown in the United States now, that will quite possibly become the next quinoa.
The Moringa Tree
It’s often called the “the miracle tree” or the “tree of life.” In the Philippines, they call it a “mother’s best friend.” In Senegal, it’s the “never die tree.”
Virtually every part of the moringa tree (Moringa oleifera) — pods that taste like string beans, leaves redolent of spinach, seeds reminiscent of peanuts, roots that taste like horseradish — is edible and packed with nutrients. A small serving of the humble-looking moringa’s tiny leaves has seven times the amount of vitamin C of an orange, four times the calcium of milk, and four times the beta-carotene of carrots, according to nutrition researcher C. Gopalan’s Nutritive Value of Indian Foods. Not surprisingly, the tree, which is native to north India, is developing a cult following among natural foods enthusiasts.
The breadfruit looks like a green soccer ball with pimples. And it tastes like sourdough bread. The first time I tried it, I thought “blah.”
But there’s a vigorous effort underway to get people to love this ugly, tasteless fruit; some believe the breadfruit could save millions of people annually from starvation.
Native to tropical regions in the South Pacific, the breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis), known as Ulu in Hawaiian, is a nutritional powerhouse — one cup of breadfruit has more potassium than three bananas, according to the USDA, and it’s loaded with fiber, calcium, phosphorous, copper and other essential nutrients. Some cultivars also have high levels of beta-carotene, which makes it a promising weapon against vitamin A deficiency, the leading cause of blindness in children.
The breadfruit is a remarkably low-maintenance yet extraordinarily productive tree. A mature tree yields 450 pounds of fruit per season, according to Josh Schneider, a horticulturalist at Global Breadfruit, an organization that promotes the use of the breadfruit tree. Schneider estimated in an interview that one breadfruit tree could feed a family of four for more than 50 years.
A growing group of NGOs, like Global Breadfruit and the Trees That Feed Foundation, are now dedicated to spreading the use of the trees, and it’s not just because breadfruit is one of Earth’s highest yielding food crops. Studies show that more than 80% of the world’s poor and hungry live in subtropical regions — perfect for breadfruit trees. And recent breeding improvements are accelerating the speed of a tree’s growth. Now, you can produce fruit in 2 to 3 years, Schneider said
One breadfruit evangelist, Hawaiian horticulturalist Diane Ragone, like me, didn’t care for the breadfruit on her first taste (she likened it to “undercooked potatoes”), but now thinks the fruit’s underwhelming taste is easily surmountable. Ragone’s advice: sauté them. “Think of sautéed breadfruit as a platform for any kind of cuisine or flavor,” Ragone told theWall Street Journal. Others talk about the breadfruit’s potential as a food ingredient and as an alternative to flour. Imagine a bagel that could prevent millions of children from going blind.
The Prickly Pear Cactus
The prickly pear cactus, what botantists call opuntia ficus-indica has lots of healthy qualities — high in vitamins, fiber and antioxidants, low in fat — and it all comes from some of the driest and worst land on the planet.
Some beleaguered farmers in arid places like California’s drought-stricken San Joaquin Valley are starting to see the light. Instead of fighting water shortages and desertification, they’re adapting. One article about a maverick cactus farmer likened it to making lemonade out of lemons. Andclimate forecasts suggest that more farmers around the world will be drawn to a crop that can not only flourish with little or no irrigation, but can also tolerate poor soil.
The food-of-the-future cacti is not the puny cacti you’ve seen driving through Arizona. Scientists in water-starved places like Israel, California and Texas have worked for years to create food-friendly varieties, which are much bigger and have no needles. Smooth skinned and frost-resistant, today’s cacti were the subject of a 2013 United Nations report on industrial-scale cacti cultivation, highlighting successes in the developing world. But don’t think the cactus is just a “feed theworld” crop for an apocalyptic scenario.
Food writer Sam Brasch, who suggests that the prickly pear could be “the next kale,” describes its flesh as “landing somewhere between a watermelon and a kiwi.” The prickly pear is also promising because it can be used in so many ways — for juices, jams and jellies; some studies even suggest that it’s a hangover cure.
Each of these three superfoods has the potential to not only improve your health, but also improve the world–and you’ll inevitably see them at Whole Foods.
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Eating is not jut a pleasure, it's also a necessity. Food gives us energy after it's digested or broken down into small molecules of nutrients. The digestive system is made of several connecting parts: the mouth, esophagus, stomach, and intestines. Two adjunct organs, the liver and the pancreas, produce additional digestive juices that enter the small intestine via tiny ducts. When the digestive system runs smoothly, things are good. But when digestion goes awry, life can be most unpleasant. Digestive complaints are caused by lots of issues: improper storage and handling, poor nutrition, infectious diseases, and stress. The herbalists of antiquity and today have found stomach-soothing plants whose actions are gentle, effective, and documented by scientific research. Medicinal plants have a great deal to offer when it comes to digestive troubles. Not only can many of these cures be treated as foods or flavorings to spice up dishes, but they can also help the body digest them. (Ref: Fueling Up-Nature's Best Remedies-National Geographic)
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