Moringa oleifera: thông tin khoa học và tài liệu lưu trữ về chùm ngây

Posted on February 17, 2015 by


Op-Economica, 17-2-2015 — Cây chùm ngây (Moringa oleifera) có tiềm năng giá trị dinh dưỡng và chữa bệnh cao, rất quý với đời sống con người nếu biết khai thác.

Có nhiều người có thể có câu hỏi về độ xác thực của các thông tin này, sau khi tìm tòi, tôi phát hiện ra những thông tin về tài liệu khoa học có thể góp phần làm sáng tỏ băn khoăn.

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