Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Cancer Remedies

Friday, April 15, 2011

Moringa full of Vitamins

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


The "Moringa" tree is grown mainly in semi-aridtropical, and subtropical areas, corresponding in the United States to USDA hardiness zones 9 and 10. While it grows best in dry sandy soil, it tolerates poor soil, including coastal areas. It is a fast-growing, drought-resistant tree that is native to the southern foothills of the Himalayas in northwestern India. Reports that it grows wild in the Middle East or Africa are completely unsubstantiated.[citation needed] Today it is widely cultivated in Africa, Central and South AmericaSri LankaIndiaMexico,MalaysiaIndonesia and the Philippines. It is considered one of the world’s most useful trees, as almost every part of the Moringa tree can be used for food or has some other beneficial property. In the tropics, it is used as forage for livestock, and in many countries, Moringa micronutrient liquid, a natural anthelmintic (kills parasites) and adjuvant (to aid or enhance another drug) is used as a metabolic conditioner to aid against endemic diseases in developing countries.
A traditional food plant in Africa, this little-known vegetable has potential to improve nutrition, boost food security, foster rural development, and support sustainable landcare.[2]

Monday, March 28, 2011

Tuko or Gecko the endangered species

              The Tokay Gecko is the second largest Gecko species, attaining lengths of about 30–40 cm (11–15 inches) for males, and 20–30 cm (7–11 inches) for females, with weights of 150–300g (5–10 oz). They are distinctive in appearance, with a bluish or grayish body, sporting spots ranging from light yellow to bright red. The male is more brightly colored than the female. They have large eyes with a vertical slit pupil. Eyes are brown to greenish brown and can be orange or yellow.
Males are very territorial, and will attack other male Tokays as well as other Gecko species, as well as anything else in their territory. They are solitary and only meet during the mating season. Females lay clutches of one or two hard shelled eggs which are guarded until they hatch. Tokay Geckos feed on insects and small vertebrates.
               The typical lifespan is 7–10 years, however in captivity some Tokays have been known to live over 18 years.

People in the Philippines hunted Tuko or Gecko "Scientific name" because they have heard information that this lizard has highest exchange rate in money. People made Tuko(Gecko) as their source of income for their families. Now I am afraid that this specie will rapidly diminish, sooner or later we cannot see them again. People in different nations, I am knocking  everyone's hearts Please... Let us save the life of Tuko(Gecko). We must act now before everything is too late....