"Malunggay Ointment" Essays and Research Papers

  • Malunggay Ointment

    preparing pharmaceutical ointments is the properties of different types of ointment base. The types of ointment bases used as vehicles for drugs are selected or designed for optimum delivery of the drugs and also to contribute emolliency or other quasi-medicinal qualities. Ointments properties vary since they are designed for specific uses, ease of application or extent of application. The purpose of the lab was to learn the difference between different types of ointment bases. In this experiment...

    Dosage forms, Emulsion, Ethanol 634  Words | 3  Pages

  • Investigatory Project

    AS OINTMENT Ednas School High School Department School Year 2012-2013 In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements In Biology II An Investigatory Project Presented to: ____________________ Ms. Lora Thana Santiago (Subject Teacher) Presented by: Liceralde, Clariebel Malicdem, Arjay Mar Mendoza, Lara Andrea Yala, Jan Carlo Dreian I. INTRODUCTION A. Statement of the Problem Would oil from coconut and annatto be combined together to become a successful ointment? ...

    Bixa orellana, Coconut, Cream 1022  Words | 4  Pages

  • Pharmaceautical Lotions

    {09} and other mucous membranes such as the mouth, nose, and anogenital region {04} » To apply the lotion: shaking lotion well before use; using a pledget of cotton moistened with calamine and allowing to dry after application » To apply the ointment: applying enough medication to cover affected area(s) of skin and rubbing in gently » Proper dosing » Proper storage{01}{09}{13} Precautions while using this medication Discontinuing use and checking with physician if condition worsens...

    Colloid, Cream, Dosage forms 1252  Words | 7  Pages

  • Communication Study Part 1 - Advertising Comparison

    successful as it sells on emotion. Men and women with low self esteem constantly seek out various products in order to gain self confidence and feel accepted in society. Skin care ointments are commonly aimed at middle aged women who are desperately trying to escape the unavoidability of ageing. The advertisement for these ointments are always cleverly placed so that the aimed audience can discover and purchase them. The two advertisements that I have selected are both from the September 2013 edition...

    Advertising, Ageing, Gerontology 1061  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lotion Making

    opened within the last century reveal small pottery jars filled with animal fat and olive oil substances to which spices were added. Biblical accounts tell us that people living during that time considered it a luxury to have their feet washed and ointment massaged into the skin. B. Definition and Uses A lotion is a low- to medium-viscosity topical preparation intended for application to unbroken skin. By contrast, creams and gels have higher viscosity. Lotions are applied to external skin with ...

    Chemistry, Emulsion, Fatty acid 1084  Words | 5  Pages

  • Malunggay Ointment

    ABSTRACT The Malunggay leaves are highly nutritious, being a significant source of Vitambeta-carotein C, protein, iron and potassium. The leaves are cooked and used like spinach. In addition to being used fresh as a substitute for spinach, its leaves are commonly dried and crushed into a powder, and used in soups and sauces. Ointment is one of the medicine that can cure wounds. The procedures are all the materials will be gathered. Leaves will be pounded .Pounded leaves of Malunggay will be extracted...

    Cooking, Moringa, Moringa oleifera 1047  Words | 6  Pages

  • UTILIZATION OF MAKABUHAY PLANT2

     UTILIZATION OF MAKABUHAY PLANT IN THE PRODUCTION OF AN ANTI-ITCH OINTMENT A Research Proposal Presented to the Faculty of Trece Martires City National High School Trece Martires, Cavite In Partial Fulfilment Of the Requirements in Research II Shaira J. Austria April Jhoy Parilla Jude Michael Boholano June 2013 INTRODUCTION Ointments are preparations for external use and is intended for application to the skin. It is a smooth substance that is rubbed on the skin to help...

    Bone char, Chapped lips, Diaper rash 3324  Words | 15  Pages

  • questionnaire 1.docx

    QUESTIONNAIRE What is the purpose of using ointment for you? _____to heal or to sooth skin _____to heat the skin _____to avoid insect bites How effective is your ointment? _____not effective _____effective _____very effective How often do you buy your ointment? _____seldom _____sometimes _____always What is the type of your ointment? _____insect bite removal _____whitening _____wound healer What is the common prize of your ointment? _____less than 100 pesos _____more than 150...

    Bite, Effect, Effectiveness 291  Words | 2  Pages

  • Pharm

    TITLE PAGE PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SODIUM SALICYLATE OINTMENT INTENDED FOR TOPICAL AND SYSTEMIC DELIVERY BY MUOBIKE MAKUO 2005/136609 IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF PHARMACY (B. PHARM) OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA. DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA. PROJECT SUPERVISOR: DR. I. V. ONYISHI OCTOBER, 2012. APPROVAL PAGE This is to...

    Melting point, Ointment, PH 4099  Words | 19  Pages

  • BURNOL reviving strategy

    mothers.  Company if made an effort to launch burnol as a 3 in 1 ointment will create mass confusion.     New advertisemnts show dr morepen strategically placing Burnol in burn market itself. Bringing variety products to the same maket Creating the brand name of Dr morepen from the brand recall power of burnol SURVEY RESULT Consumer Belief About Burnol's use Wounds Burns 3 in 1 ointment    60% uses other ointment for burns also even though burnol is considered as a specialist in...

    Advertising, Brand, Brand management 725  Words | 19  Pages

  • Malunggay

    ordinary meat burger patties and the quality of the new product innovation which is the malunggay burger patty, the researchers used Kramer’s classification of quality to collect the raw data from the respondents. Another theory to support this study is the “Diffusion of Innovations Theory” by Thurber and Fahey (2009). This theory is used to describe well the evidence for growth and adoption of dietary Malunggay or Moringa oleifera and it highlights the need for a scientific consensus on the nutritional...

    Attribute, Diffusion of innovations, Food 781  Words | 3  Pages

  • malunggay

    Malunggay or Horse radish (Moringa oelifera) was once considered a "poor man's vegetable" but now it is known as a "miracle tree" or "nature's medicine cabinet" by scientists and health care workers from around the world because itis loaded with vitamins and minerals that can be an effective remedy against many kinds of ailments such as arthritis, anemia, ovarian cancer, heartcomplications, kidney problems, asthma and digestive disorders. This plant thrives in tropical countries, mainly in Southeast...

    Amino acid, B vitamins, Essential amino acid 1329  Words | 4  Pages

  • Things to Know About Malunggay

    THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT MALUNGGAY: Malunggay Scientific Name : Moringa Oleifera Also known as: "Malunggáy" in Philippines, "Sajina" in India, "Shojne" in   Bengal, "Munagakaya" in   Telugu, "Shenano" in   Rajasthani, "Shevaga" in   Marathi, "Nuggekai" in Kannada, "Drumstick Tree, Horse Radish Tree, Ben Oil Tree" in English, "La mu" in Chinese. Malunggay (Moringa Oleifera), is a popular plant known for nutritional value as well as a herbal medicine. Malunggay is a plant that grows in the tropical...

    Behenic acid, Ben oil, Cancer 2355  Words | 7  Pages

  • (Oregandi Ointment)

    conducting this research is to help people to limits in buying too expensive ointments from a drugstore. You can make your own ointment at home out of lagundi and oregano leaves but with some medicinal qualities or uses. You must fry first the chopped leaves until crisp then second Strain it. Add the grated candle to the oil. Heat over low heat until the candle way is melted. Mix it well. Last, transfer to the ointment jars before the mixture hardens. I recommend my project to those people who...

    Asthma, Common cold, Cough 1365  Words | 7  Pages

  • Malunggay

    FRAMEWORK In this chapter presents the review of related literature and studies, the theoretical framework, conceptual frame work, and the definition of terms used. Related Literature Malunggay The “malunggay” in the Philippines, is “saji” in Indian Subcontinent is a popular tree. Many Asians use the leaves of Malunggay (Sajina) like spinach and also the fruits it produces as a vegetable, like asparagus. Both the leaves and the fruits are very nutritious, which contains many vitamins like Vitamin C...

    Cashew, Fruit, Medicinal plants 3257  Words | 9  Pages

  • Wonders of Malunggay

    Republic of the Philippines CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY (CvSU) DON SEVERINO DE LAS ALAS CAMPUS Indang, Cavite Malunggay (Moringa Oleifera): A Review of Therapeutic and Other Medicinal Abilities A Research Paper Presented to Mrs. Cynthia Nartatez Department of Languages and Mass Communications Cavite State University – Main Campus Indang, Cavite In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Course ENGL 2-Writing in the Discipline by Joyce Anne A. Borres | CHAPTER...

    Behenic acid, Ben oil, Flocculation 837  Words | 3  Pages

  • Fly in the Ointment

    English Commentary: Fly In The Ointment Q. How does the writer bring out the atmosphere in Fly in The Ointment? A: The story *Fly in the ointment* , written by V.S. Pritchett ,focusses essentially on a critical father-son relationship where the father and son are solely supportive of each other outwardly and have lost all respect for each other. The setting of the story is that of the 1930's, which was a time of great economic depression in England, specifically in London- which is the hometown...

    Great Depression, Metaphor, Sentence 1072  Words | 3  Pages

  • fly in the ointment

    The Fly in the Ointment Author vV.S. Pritchett (16 December 1900 – 20 March 1997) was a British writer. He was very well known for his short stories that were collected in number of volumes Tone & Mood Tone: Realistic, pessimistic Mood: Sad, desolate Background The background is about a son who wants to help his dad that has just gone bankrupt. vEverything from the factory was taken away by the creditors, however there is a sign outside the factory which is freshly painted...

    ARIA Charts, English-language films, Family 665  Words | 3  Pages

  • Malunggay

    also known as the Miracle Tree, is a multipurpose plant, as the leaves, pods, fruits, flowers, roots and bark of the tree can be utilized. It is also referred to as Drumstick Tree by the Britishers.  In the Philippines, they are referred to as malunggay or malungay.  Others refer to moringa ashorseradish tree, benzolive tree, kelor, marango, mlonge, moonga, nébéday, saijhan, sajna or Ben oil tree.   What are the health benefits of moringa?  Scientific research confirms that these humble leaves are...

    B vitamins, Blood sugar, Milk 7130  Words | 19  Pages

  • Malunggay

    leaves are used as a vegetable. Malunggay (Moringa Oleifera) has been used as herbal medicine in many cultures for hundreds of years, Malunggay is known as a very nutritious plant where it is used to combat malnutrition in third world countries especially for infants and nursing mothers. malunggay pod The malunggay pods are the most valued and widely used part of the plant. Malunggay pods contains essential amino acids, vitamins and other nutrients. Malunggay pods may be eaten raw or may be prepared...

    Amino acid, Behenic acid, Ben oil 538  Words | 2  Pages

  • malunggay

    Malunggay Moringa oleifera Name: "Malunggáy" in Philippines, "Sajina" in India, "Shojne" in Bengal, "Munagakaya" in Telugu, "Shenano" in Rajasthani, "Shevaga" in Marathi, "Nuggekai" in Kannada, "Drumstick Tree,Horse Radish Tree, Ben Oil Tree" in English, "La mu" in Chinese. Characteristics : Malunggay (Moringa Oleifera), is a popular plant known for nutritional value as well as a herbal medicine. Malunggay is a plant that grows in the tropical climates such as the Philippines, India...

    Amino acid, Behenic acid, Ben oil 510  Words | 2  Pages

  • Malunggay

    A.Rationale of the Study This study is conducted to make use of the important nutritional and medicinal properties found in malunggay (Moringa Oleifera).Creating an affordable,safe and effective products and alternatives used daily in our homes.With this research the researchers are creating cheap products that would not be risking our health but would help us to improve it. Moringa oleifera is the most widely cultivated species of the genus Moringa,which is...

    Health care, Leaf, Malnutrition 411  Words | 2  Pages

  • fly in the ointment

    The fly in the ointment 1. Explore the condition of the Factory and of the father as the son arrives The condition of the father and the factory when the son arrives where regrettable, it was hardly for the son to recognize the factory, as there was nothing inside it. As seen in this lines: ¨this had been the machine- room, before the machines where gone. Moreover through the factory are empty shells, the sign outside the entrance to the factory is freshly painted and the brass plaque outside...

    American films, Anxiety, English-language films 1273  Words | 3  Pages

  • malunggay leaves as shampoo

    National Science High School City of Puerto Princesa “ MALUNGGAY LEAVES AS SHAMPOO” A Project Proposal in Partial Fulfillment in the subject Elective Science IV Antonieta C. Miguel Adviser Eden E. Gutierrez The researcher 2011-2012 Background of the Study This research is entitled “Malunggay leaves as Shampoo” this research is all about using malunggay leaves as shampoo. Malunggay leaves once considered a poor man’s vegetables but now it is...

    Boiling, Hair care, Nutrition 1233  Words | 5  Pages

  • Malunggay Oleifera as Cleaning Agent

    Malunggay (Moringa oleifera) as Cleaning Agent Cleaning agent refers to all compositions intended to be used in connection with and for increasing the effectiveness of cleaning activities. Cleaning agent includes but is not limited to hard surface cleaning compositions (kitchen, bathroom, floor, general household & glass cleaning compositions), detergents, dishwashing and food cleaning compositions, disinfectants and the like. The term cleaning as used here in refers to those activities which involve...

    Behenic acid, Ben oil, Flocculation 950  Words | 3  Pages

  • Malunggay

    conclusion of malunggay as a food production and how to utilize and to be accepted in the selected area of Dasmarinas, Cavite. Foreign Literature The Moringa tree is native to the foothills of the Himalayas. There are many other names for the Moringa in different countries. The name Moringa is most certainly derived from the name “Muringa” a Malayalam term, one of the many dialects of India. In India alone there are so many different names for it. In the Philippines it is called Malunggay. It is called...

    Amino acid, Essential amino acid, Essential nutrient 4447  Words | 12  Pages

  • Malunggay & Makahiya Extract for S.I.P.

    OFFICIAL ABSTRACT and CERTIFICATION Category Makahiya and Malunggay Leaves as Effective Wound HealersCluster A:Guihulngan National High School-Poblacion, Guihulngan City, Negros Oriental | The researchers are trying to find means to help students in case of emergencies or accidents such as having wounds and injuries inside the school...

    Injuries, Injury, Mimosa pudica 468  Words | 3  Pages

  • Malunggay

    Scientific Knowledge Today, scientists are beginning to investigate the traditional claims about Malunggay. Let’s take a look at what they have found. Nutritional Value One aspect that scientists have examined is the nutritional value of Malunggay leaves. Nutritional analysis has shown that Moringa leaves are extremely nutritious. In fact, they contain larger amounts of several important nutrients than the common foods often associated with these nutrients. These include vitamin C, which fights...

    Amino acid, Essential amino acid, Essential nutrient 445  Words | 2  Pages

  • Malunggay as an effective cooking oil

    THE EFFECTIVITY OF MALUNGGAY (Moringa Oleifera) LEAVES EXTRACT AS AN ALTERNATIVE COOKING OIL (Group 4) Louiejabe Yap Nuniala Justine Aligor Agustin John Patrick Bagadiong Cruz Mitzi Louise Hisoller Hojilla John Patrick S. Caparoso Bianca Renee Valaquio Bendero 7-Galileo Galilei December 2013 Mr. Abraham Saturnino C. Barrientos Table of Contents I. Introduction Background of the Study................................................... 3 Statement of the Problem....

    Cooking, Cooking oil, Food science 916  Words | 4  Pages

  • Malunggay and Spinach Powder

    MALUNGGAY (Moringa oelifera) AND SPINACH (Spinacia oleracea) POWDER AS FOOD SUPPLEMENTS” RATIONALE He gives us that vast goodness of nature and vegetation is among those. As man propagates for abundance; he deserves to harbour tremendous benefits from it. Man inhabited earth with all its richness laid before him. With his gladness, ingenuity and constant search for knowledge he discovered numerous ways to enrich his mind of endless ideas, body for health and longevity and spirit to fulfil his...

    Folic acid, Moringa oleifera, Nutrition 1664  Words | 4  Pages

  • Baseline Study of Malunggay

    numerous benefits that it can give. However, only few know that one of the ability of Malunggay to work as water purifier. In this study, the proponents aimed to establish the effects of Maluggay leaves and seed respectively on seawater. Aside from its potential as biofuel feedstock, the seed of moringa, locally known as malunggay, could also be used for purifying water. Researchers said that seed kernels of malunggay have important amounts of water soluble protein that hold a positive charge. When...

    Drinking water, Stormwater, Surface runoff 1448  Words | 6  Pages

  • Mayana as Ointment for Ruises

    tube. Then, three drops of acetic anhydride and a drop of concentrated sulphuric acid. A green or blue-green color reaction means that the extract is positive of triterpenes and sterols. This also means that the extract is ready to use in making the ointment. In making the experimental product, the researcher will first use the decoction method to get the needed extract from the Mayana leaves. In decoction, the leaves will be boiled in water for about twenty minutes. Afterwards, it will be strained...

    Arithmetic mean, Coconut, Coconut oil 907  Words | 3  Pages

  • Corn And Malunggay: Nutritious and Healthy

    CORN AND MALUNGGAY THAT IS NUTRITIOUS AND HEALTHY INTRODUCTION Malunggay-leaves are full of essential disease-preventing nutrients: These include Vitamin A (which acts as a shield against eye disease, skin disease, heart ailments, diarrhea, and many other diseases);Vitamin C ( which fights a host of illnesses including colds and flu),Calcium (which builds strong bones and teeth, and helps prevent osteoporosis),Potassium ( which is essential for the functioning of the brain and nerves) and...

    Coffee, Drink, Fruit 718  Words | 3  Pages

  • malunggay and spinach powder

    ³Malunggay andSpinach Powder´ ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The study aimed to introduce the combination of Malunggay and Spinach powder inorder to make a natural, nutritious and practical supplement for all especially to thosehealth-conscious individuals.Nevertheless, this study wouldnt be possible without the everlasting love, care andassistance from the researchers family, who supported her in the procurement of the muchneeded logistics and references, cultivated and propagated the Malunggay and Spinachplants...

    Antioxidant, Folic acid, Nutrition 726  Words | 3  Pages

  • malunggay and spinach powder

     “Malunggay and Spinach Powder” SUBMITTED BY: WILNAN DURAN IRISH BECEIRA PRINCESS KIETH CABILAN SUBMITTED TO: MS. CATHERINE LONGAKIT Abstract: The study aimed to introduce the combination of Malunggay and Spinach powder in order to make a natural, nutritious and practical supplement for all especially to those health-conscious individuals.Nevertheless, this study wouldn’t...

    Folic acid, Milk, Nutrition 1676  Words | 5  Pages

  • malunggay

    1. Introduction A common error among teachers is to use interchangeably terms like approach, method, and technique. Such pedagogical weakness may be considered as one unforgivable act ever committed by teachers. Thus, Lesson will help us absolutely comprehend these three terms together with the other topic areas related to teaching procedures. Specifically. Lesson contains: Approach, Method and Technique Defined Some Leading Teaching Approaches Discovery Approach Conceptual Process ...

    Concept, Education, Epistemology 1647  Words | 10  Pages

  • Malunggay

    1. ENUMERATE & DESCRIBE NONCONVENTIONAL SOURCE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY.. 1. Wind Energy: Wind power is harnessed by setting up a windmill which is used for pumping water, grinding grain and generating electricity. The gross wind power potential of India is estimated to be about 20,000 MW, wind power projects of 970 MW capacities were installed till March. 1998. Areas with constantly high speed preferably above 20 km per hour are well-suited for harnessing wind energy. 2. Tidal Energy: Sea water...

    Alternative energy, Energy development, Fossil fuel 1823  Words | 6  Pages

  • malunggay

    CHAPTER I The Problem 1.1 Introduction Moringa oleifera is the most widely cultivated species in most tropical countries. It is also known as malunggay in Philippines and Sajina in Indian subcontinent and has been called as a miracle tree since moringa leaves, pods, flowers, fruits, bark and seeds can all be utilized. Mature moringa seeds yield thirty-eight to forty percent oil which is one of the most nutrient dense oils in the world and was believed to be the most stable oil due to its potent...

    Fat, Fatty acid, Moringa 2530  Words | 12  Pages

  • Impetigo: Infection and New Ointment

    prevent the contraction of Impetigo, keeping the skin clean is very important. When preventing the spread of the disease, keep the affected areas clean by washing with mild soap and covering with gauze (Impetigo Definition). When applying antibiotic ointment, wearing gloves and then washing hands is very important. An infected person also needs to wash their clothes and towels daily and not share them with anyone else. (Impetigo Definition).When my cousin had the disease, he ended up infecting his brother...

    Bacteria, Disease, Impetigo 1811  Words | 7  Pages

  • Malunggay

    Southridge Private High School Project in English “Autobiography of Taylor Swift” Submitted by: Christian Aquino III - Chromium Submitted to: Mr. Jezermagne Ortiz Date: December 17, 2012 Birth Name - Taylor Alison Swift  Nickname - Swifty, T-Swizzle, Tay  Height - 5' 11" (1.80 m)  Mini Biography: Taylor Alison Swift was born on December 13, 1989 in Reading Pennsylvania to Scott and Andrea Swift. Taylor was named after James Taylor, her mother believed that if she...

    Alison Krauss, Brad Paisley, Country music 2486  Words | 7  Pages

  • Malunggay ( Moringga Oleifera ) as an effective substitute for cooking oil

    Chapter II Review of Related Literature This chapter presents studies and literature related to the present research titled “Effectiveness of Malunggay (Moringa Oleifera) Extract as a Substitute for Cooking Oil” that are taken from foreign and local websites, blogs and unpublished theses. Introduction Many Filipinos suffer from different kinds of diseases; one of these is heart disease. According to the Philippine Society of Hypertension President Dr. Morales (2012), of all the...

    Ben oil, Blood sugar, Essential nutrient 2156  Words | 6  Pages

  • Malunggay can be used as water purifier

    Malunggay can be used as water purifier By Helen Flores (The Philippine Star) | Updated July 12, 2008 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines – Aside from its potential as biofuel feedstock, the seed of moringa, locally known as malunggay, could also be used for treating water, a Filipino scientist said yesterday. Dr. Isidro Sia, a professor of the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology of the University of the Philippines-Manila, said moringa seeds have been found to be one of the most effective water...

    Drinking water, Flocculation, Moringa oleifera 1707  Words | 10  Pages

  • Malunggay Leaves and Chili Fruit as Cockroach Killer

    Malunggay Leaves (Moringa Oleifera) and Chili Fruit (Capsicum Frutescens) as Cockroach Killer” A Thesis Presented to "Teacher" By Daniel February 2014 CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION The Pesticide is a broad term that refers to any device, method, or chemicals that kill plants or animals that compete for humanity’s food supply or are otherwise undesirable. A pesticide chemical can rarely be used as originally manufactured. The pesticide must be diluted with water, oil...

    Black pepper, Capsaicin, Capsicum 1424  Words | 7  Pages

  • THE FEASIBILITY OF CHILI, CALAMANSI AND MALUNGGAY AS AN EFFECTIVE COCKROACH KILLER

    FEASIBILITY OF CHILI, CALAMANSI AND MALUNGGAY AS AN EFFECTIVE COCKROACH KILLER Science Investigatory Project  ABSTRACT Cockroaches are the most common pest insects that we are facing off. These insects are the hardest insects on the planet to control because they have the capacity to stay alive for a month without the food. People continue to experiment pesticides to control these pests. This study seeks the possibility of using the extracts of Chili, Calamansi and Malunggay as an effective cockroach killer...

    Calamondin, Citrofortunella, Citrus 1334  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chicken Bones and Malunggay Stalks as Plant Growth Enhancer

    hindered due to lack of appropriate agricultural strategies. Thus, this study entitled Chicken Bones and Malunggay (Moringa oleifera) Stalks as Plant Growth Enhancer aims to integrate new approaches of enhancing the growth of the plant by utilizing the chicken bones and malunggay plants. In line with the aforementioned discussion, the study aims to know the potential of chicken bones and malunggay stalks as plant growth enhancer and compare the quality of the experimental plant growth enhancer to that...

    Agriculture, Chlorophyll, Epidermis 1075  Words | 4  Pages

  • THE POTENTIAL OF MALUNGGAY (MORINGA OLEIFERA) AS AN ALTERNATIVE SOURCE OF ELECTRICITY

    The Potential of Malunggay (MORINGA OLEIFERA) Leaf Extract as an Alternative Source of Electricity A Research Proposal By Raymundo Jonieve B. Lanoy Submitted to the Faculty of the Tagbilaran City Science High School In partial fulfillment of the requirements for Research IC January 2014 CHAPTER 1 THE PROBLEM: RATIONALE AND BACKGROUND Electrical phenomena have been studied since antiquity, though progress in theoretical understanding remained slow until the seventeenth and...

    Battery, Electric charge, Electricity 2170  Words | 16  Pages

  • MALUNGGAY (Moringga oliferous) EXTRACT AS ORGANIC BIODERABLE CLEANSING AGENT

    better than the stain removing capacity of the commercial detergent? ABSTRACT The purpose of this study is to investigate malunggay leaves as cleaning agent. The malunggay leaves were separated from the stalk, pounded using the mortar and pestle until the extract comes out. The pounded malunggay leaves were mixed with kerosene. The purpose of kerosene is to increase the effectively of the product. The product was then placed in a container. Using the...

    Moringa, Moringa oleifera, Mortar and pestle 1156  Words | 5  Pages

  • Health Benefits of Malunggay, Brocolli, and Cauliflower

    Health benefits of malunggay: 1. It speeds up metabolism and enhances digestion, helping people shed pounds, stop from becoming obese, and maintain a healthy weight. 2. It protects the eyes and ears from developing disorders. It has been used to prevent blindness and poor eyesight. 3. It has antibacterial-properties and anti-inflammatory properties. It has been used on skin to fight acne, skin imperfections, and other forms of lesions. 4. It has been used to naturally purify water...

    Brassica oleracea, Broccoli, Brussels sprout 776  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Feasibility of Malunggay leaves (MoringaOleifera) and Chili fruit (CapciumFrutescens) as Insecticide

    St. Mary’s Academy Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City PAASCU Accredited “The Feasibility of Malunggay leaves (MoringaOleifera) and Chili fruit (CapciumFrutescens) as Insecticide” Researchers: 9-Perseverance Submitted to: Ms. Shairille Navarro Date: March 15, 2013 I. PROBLEM How to create organic insecticide? II. TITLE The Feasibility of Malunggay leaves (MoringaOleifera) And Chili fruit  (CapsicumFrutescens) as Insecticide. III. ABSTRACT Insecticide making...

    DDT, Fruit, Insect 1112  Words | 6  Pages

  • Recycled Wood Bark of Malunggay (Moringga Oleifera) as Handmade Paper

    RECYCLED WOOD BARK OF MALUNGGAY (Moringga Oleifera) AS HANDMADE PAPER An Investigatory Project By ERIKA SHEANE ESTERA JOMEL MAROMA Submitted to: Anne Mylene S. Itucal, PSHS WVC Integrated Science Teacher SY 2008-2009 Problem What will be the texture, cost value, and acceptance in the market of paper if recycled wood bark of malunggay is used in making it? Hypothesis We think that if recycled wood bark of malunggay is used in making paper, then its texture will be rough, it is cheap...

    Bleaching of wood pulp, Cellulose, Charles Fenerty 559  Words | 5  Pages

  • Malunggay as Disinfectant

    K PHILIPPINE SCHOOL DOHA S.Y 2012-2013 Malunggay as Disinfectant 7-Jade Members: Wenna Mitchelle Manongsong Greg Brian Garcia Sofia Marrielle Jusay Cristine Joy De los Santos Anna Patricia Cabrera John Vincent Maglay Clarence Vistal Louise Danielle Aurelia Teacher: Mrs. Rowena Elsa Sagayadoro Chapter I. Introduction Malunggay, with its scientific name of Moringa oleifera, is called a miracle vegetable, being a food and, at the same time, a medicine, therefore, making...

    Agar plate, Amine, Amino acid 2252  Words | 9  Pages

  • The fly in the ointment

    THE FLY IN THE OINTMENT V. S. Pritchett (IGCSE Literature English 2013) Important Points to Remember Journey – Father: leaving the factory, money, the business man. The Irony at the end: that he cannot get rid of this, of the “dark side”. - “Tow faces”: father cannot let go of his vice / “dark side”. The cynical end of the story shows this dark revelation to the son. - Theme: Man’s struggle for survival. It is a unique and personal journey, not all struggles are the same and have...

    Denial, Family, Fiction 372  Words | 2  Pages

  • "Gumamela (Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensin Linn) Flowers as an Anti-Inflammatory Ointment”

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