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Malunggay which is known scientifically as “Moringa Oleifera” the most commonly grown species among moringaceae plants with thirteen different types. “Moringa” on English name, “Sajina” in Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia and is known “Malunggay” in the Philippines. It has eighty other names used worldwide. It grows widely in tropical climate areas. Malunggay is widely used as vegetable ingredient in cooking, as herbal medicine for a number of illness and other practical uses. The Malunggay plant can grow to as high 3 to 9 leaflets. It has a white fragrant flower that produces long pods with 3-angled winged seeds. Malunggay may be propagated by planting its seeds about an inch in the ground or matured malunggay stem cuttings of about 3 feet in length may also be planted into the ground. Planted malunggay cuttings grow faster compared to planted seeds. There are a lot of scientific evidence shows malunggay benefits both on nutritional contents and medicinal properties. Malunggay is well known as very good source of natural energy booster and nutrition. Universities around the world have studied the malunggay abilities. A powder seed can be substitute for water purification. Malunggay can help on balancing and keeping all important body hormones that contributes for relaxation. The leaf is said to be the most nutritious part, it may be taken cooked, raw and even powdered. Extraction of Malunggay leaves has also the feasibility to make ink pens.

In relation to ink studies, ink was made from natural products such as berries, bark and leaves. Leaf extracts have been used for centuries to create numerous colors that, when mixed with different substances, could be used as dye, paint or ink. Different plants produced different colors in the spectrum, and "recipes" were handed down through the generations. Leaves have been used for centuries to make ink because of its various shades that create yellow, green, brown or black ink. Plants...