Malunggay Ointment Essays and Term Papers

  • Science Investigatory Project

    M-cure MALUNGGAY (MORINGA OLEIFERA) OINTMENT WOUND CURE A Research Paper Presented to Mr. Leonel C. Mendoza Jose J. Leido, Jr. Memorial National High School In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for the Subject Research II by Marc Edgregg M. Roldan March 2013 APPROVAL SHEET ...

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  • Malunggay as Ointment

    Malunggay as Ointment 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...

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  • Purchasing

    ACCEPTABILITY OF MALUNGGAY CREAM AS A CURE TO WOUNDS AND SKIN DISEASES Bagsic, Renz Luigie C. Briñas, John Rey C. Leyesa, Jhesryll C. CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND INTRODUCTION: Nowadays, people commonly use creams or ointments to cure open wounds. Many...

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  • Drugstore Next Door

    Next Door by Gretchen Lafuente Consider yourself lucky if you notice you have malunggay planted in your backyard. According to Dr. Antonio C. Laurena, Research Professor, Institute of Plant Breeding in UPLB, Malunggay (Moringa olefeira) is a multifunctional plant. It can be used as human food, functional...

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  • 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...

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  • medicinal plants

    preparations of the mobolo leaves and bark. • Used as medicine for diarrhea, dysentery, heart ailments, hypertension and diabetes. MALUNGGAY Uses: The leaves of this plant proved to be a good source of calcium, iron, ascorbic acid and phosphorus. The seeds, the young pods, and the...

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  • 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...

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  • Investigatory projects

    Physics II Research Work about Malunggay (Moringa Oleifera) Submitted by: Dustin Vann C. Bobier IV - Hertz Submitted to: Ms. Renalyn Lara Summary of Investigatory Projects about Malunggay I.Introduction Malunggay called “Malunggay” in the Philippines, “Sajina”...

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  • Story

    we all know, the price of commodities such as cooking oil keep on increasing every year. Because of this, we came up with this research of using malunggay as alternative vegetable cooking oil to enable people to use cheaper alternative regular vegetable cooking oil. This research will enable people to...

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  • Malunggay

    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...

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  • Nevermind This

    MALUNGGAY/MORINGA LEAVES (Moringa oleifera) Morringa Oleifera is the most widely cultivated species of the genus Moringa, which is the only genus in the family Moringaceae. English common names include moringa, benzolive tree, and West Indian ben. It is also known as drumstick tree, from the appearance...

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  • Tatag Ng Wikang Filipino Lakas Ng Pagka -Pilpino

    trade, in the 9th or 10th century, mungbeans also came to be cultivated in Africa.[8] Moringa oleifera English: Horse raddish tree Tagalog: Malunggay Malungay is a tree found throughout the Philippines, including Mt. Banahaw. It is a common vegetable found in the market. They are a rich source...

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  • Medicinal Plant

    Can improve memory in people with dementia Chili (Capsicum frutescens)'s active ingredient, capsaicin, is the basic of commercial pain-relief ointments in Western medicine. The low incidence of heart attack in Thais has been shown to be related to capsaicine's fibronolytic action (dissolving blood...

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  • Guava

    this plant has tannin/tannic acid that constitutes to the healing progress of the wound. The researchers would determine the difference between the ointment and the tincture made of guava leaves. This study will be limited to heal specific types of wounds such as abrasion & superficial wounds, exception...

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  • The effect of Moringa oleifera to Staphylococcus Aurus

    show some side-effects. In this case, it is better to take natural medicines instead. One of the examples for natural medicines is Moringa oleifera (Malunggay). Staphylococcus aureus, often referred to simply as “Staph”, are bacteria commonly found on the skin and in the noses of healthy people. Sometimes...

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  • Plumeria Acuminata

    Salvador, Venezuela • Shade tree (for other crops) -- Sri Lanka • Sedative -- Curacao • Tumor -- Guatemala • Ulcer -- Guatemala Malunggay Moringa oleifera BEN OIL TREE |Other scientific names  |Common names ...

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  • Personality Reflection

    • Decoctions of the bark and leaves of mabolo are used for all the health concerns that have been listed on the left. Malunggay (Moringa oleifera Lam.) The malunggay plant is known to different parts of the world under various names including, but not limited to, horseradish tree, drumstick...

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  • Horseradish Tree a Herbal Medicine

    The impact of Horse Radish Tree as therapeutic plant and its medicinal value to humanity. Introduction: Horseradish tree is also known as Malunggay plant or sometimes called as Moringa Oleifera in the Philippines. This could be called as a miracle plant for most of the people because of its good...

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  • masterlist

    Sawdust as an alternative source for corkboard II. Woodcraft from banana peduncle III. Lumber from carabao manure IV. Herbal leaves produced herbal ointment V. The wonder of Cobong plant VI. Cyperus Esculenta VII. Cassaw-dustenta as decorative VIII. Newsaw – Casco as Décor IX. The potential of black...

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  • Citronella Grass Oil as Mosquito Repellent

    accessible to the people. The study specifically focuses on using lemon grass or citronella grass or cymbopogon marginatus as a mosquito repellent in ointment. METHODOLOGY Materials * Citronella grass * concoction set (pot, water, stove,) * container Procedure 1. Let the citronella...

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