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    • Cannelle Miel

      Moringa Oleifera seeds are round and brown with tan "frilled" edges, while the seeds of the Moringa Stenopetala are a light tan, with a shape reminiscent of almonds or pistachios. Click on the bottom box on the right side of the page, to see the differences. It is unusual to see how different the seeds are, for a tree that is still Moringa. The little thumbnail photos above enlarge when you click on them.

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