Drumstick

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Drumstick

The drumstick tree (Moringa oleifera) is so named because of its long pods that look like drumsticks. In addition to industrial uses, the drumstick tree has detoxifying, anti-bacterial, and Ayurvedic properties.

Drumstick Flowers

The drumstick plant originates from Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India, where it spontaneously grows at the foot of the Himalayas. It’s a deciduous tree of the Moringaceae family. The Moringaceae genus consists of 13 species of tropical and subtropical herbs or trees[1].

The pods of this plant are three-sided, dark green, smooth-skinned, and long. The stems are thick and erect, with thick grayish-white bark. The leaves are tripinnate, composed, between 30 and 60 cm long, and are light green in color.

The flowers of the drumstick plant are yellowish-white, around 2 cm across, with 5 sepals and 5 petals. In regions with seasonal differences, it flowers in the spring.

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Key References
  • [1]“Moringa (Moringa oleifera) | Feedipedia”. Accessed November 02, 2021. Link.

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