This study focuses on the detailed phytochemical composition, medicinal uses, along with pharmacological properties of different parts of this multipurpose tree.

In this study, we summarize the research progress related to the bioactivity and pharmacological mechanisms of M. oleifera in the prevention and treatment of a series of chronic diseases—including inflammatory diseases, neuro-dysfunctional diseases, diabetes, and cancers—which will provide a reference for its potential application in the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases or health promotion.
Hot water infusions of flowers, leaves, roots, seeds and stalks or bark of Moringa oleifera were screened to detect three pharmacologic activities in experimental models in rats. Antispasmodic activity, anti-inflammatory activity, and diuretic activity were confirmed.
The current study assesses Moringa leaf ethanol extracts (MLE) against experimentally diclofenac sodium (DcNa)‐induced liver toxicity in male rats. It concludes that MLE in a dose and silymarin are considerably hepatoprotective with antioxidant activity (AOA) against DcNa‐induced hepatotoxicity in rats.
Moringa Oleifera leaf extract restored the damaged hepatocellular architecture in diabetic rats. In addition, Moringa Oleifera leaf extracts have dose-dependent antidiabetic properties and protect against hepatic injury due to diabetes.

Moringa is great for detox