The largest Moringa crop in the world is produced in India – where it grows natively. This can explain the fact that the death rate from pancreatic cancer in India is 84% lower than in the United States!
Additionally, it is also cultivated throughout Asia, Africa, the Caribbean and Central America.
This amazing tree is rich in kaempferol, rhamnetin and isoquercetin, which are powerful anti-cancer compounds.
According to a recent research, Moringa contains anti-cancer potential, with positive results so far against ovarian cancer, liver cancer, lung cancer, and melanoma in lab tests.
A lot of further research is needed, before we praise this beneficial tree for its anti- cancer properties. These studies are very significant, because they show the potential for a starting point for a medicine of the future.