We, Baca-Villa Productions Co Ltd, would like to say to you all “Happy New Year 2017”.
Dear Value customers, we also would like say thank you for buying our products everywhere in the world in name of us all: the farmers, our employees from Baca-Villa, distributors etc etc, the people behind the scene, the students of the intern scholarship etc etc.
2016 was a hectic year with ups and downs, but we learned a lot more. 2017 will be a challenges with a lot of new Moringa ideas ! You have probably already seeing our new Moringa – Turmeric capsules and tablets (you can read more here….) but more is coming soon….mixed with interesting Cambodian herbs, Moringa food and Moringa beauty products. We will update you in-time here (More Moringa news here.).
At the same time we’re working with many companies together which have a lot of experience in organic certificated bio fertilizer development and uses, organic farming, experience in improving processes, researching in new products, Food law etc. We will also working on water and water irrigation recycling, garbage waste recycling etc.
As you can see we don’t just simply grow and produce products !
In 2017 we all at Baca-Villa are ready to serve you !
Did you know that we have many customers where we produce on request special Moringa products under its own label and packaging ? Interesting ? Mail us.
We are always open to ideas and suggestions. With the best regards, the Baca-Villa Team.
Mr. Yean Ysreng, Deputy Director of National Center of Traditional Medicine. About 40 to 50 percent of the population in remote areas are using traditional medicine because they are poor and it is cheaper than Western medicine. It also cures them of their ailments all the same.” The ancient Khmers first formulated this medical lore, during and around the Angkor period. From the turn of the first millennia until the present day, this system of treatment has served the people of Cambodia. “At that time, they only had traditional medicine to treat illness–they did not have hospitals yet,” said Yean Ysreng. “They also didn’t have microscopes and they dealt with illness by guessing the disease. For example, when they saw someone coughing they would guess that it was tuberculosis.”
Ginger is a flowering plant that originated from China. It’s used in foods and beverages, ginger is also used as a flavoring agent. In manufacturing, ginger is used as for fragrance in soaps and cosmetics.
One of the chemicals in ginger is also used as an ingredient in laxative, anti-gas, and antacid medications.
Ginger generally is used in oral doses up to 2 grams (g)/day in single or divided doses. Ginger use during pregnancy: Pregnancy-induced nausea and vomiting (commonly referred to as morning sickness) is a common complaint of pregnant women during the 1st trimester. It is estimated that up to 80% of women experience nausea during the 1st trimester (between 8–12 weeks of pregnancy). http://lifepolicyshopper.com/what-is-copd-treated-risks/
References and recommended readings Boone SA, Shields KM. Treating pregnancy-related nausea and vomiting with ginger. Ann Pharmacother. 2005;39(10):1710-1713. Borrelli F, Capasso R, Aviello G, Pittler MH, Izzo AA. Effectiveness and safety of ginger in the treatment of pregnancy-induced nausea and vomiting. Obstet Gynecol. 2005;105(4):849-856. Capasso F, Gaginella TS, Grandolini G, Izzo, AA. Phytochemicals: A Quick Reference to Herbal Medicine. New York: Springer-Verlag; 2003. Chaiyakunapruk N, Kitikannakorn N, Nathisuwan S, Leeprakobboon K, Leelasettagool C. The efficacy of ginger for the prevention of postoperative nausea and vomiting: a meta-analysis. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2006;194(1):95-99.
Flake ZA, Scalley RD, Bailey AG. Practical selection of antiemetics. Am Fam Physician. 2004;69(5):1169-1174. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.Ginger. Available at: http://www.mskcc.org/cancer-care/herb/ginger. Accessed February 21, 2013. National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, US Dept of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health. Herbs at a glance: ginger. Available at: http://nccam.nih.gov/health/ginger. Accessed February 21, 2013. Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database. Ginger. Available at: http://naturaldatabase.therapeuticresearch.com/nd/Search.aspx?cs=&s=ND&pt=9&Product=ginger&btnSearch.x=0&btnSearch.y=0. Accessed February 21, 2013. Ryan JL, Heckler C, Dakhill J, et al. Ginger for chemotherapy-related nausea in cancer patients: a URCC CCOP randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled clinical trial of 644 cancer patients: 2009 ASCO Annual Meeting Proceedings. J Clin Oncol. 2009;27(suppl 15):9511. Willetts KE, Ekangaki A, Eden JA. Effect of a ginger extract on pregnancy-induced nausea: a randomised controlled trial. Aust N Z J Obstet Gynaecol. 2003;43(2):139-144. Zingiber officinale (ginger): monograph. Alternative Medicine Review. 2003;8(3):331-335.
Cambodia Moringa present at China Organic Exhibition
We are proud to pronounce that we, Baca Villa Productions Co Ltd at Cambodia, will promote our highly organic Moringa quality products on the Chinese market at the 20th China International Organic & Green Food Industry Expo 2016 (OFE Beijing 2016) from 14-16 April 2016, Beijing, China.
China International Organic and Green Food Industry Expo is the main section of China International Health Industry Expo It is reported that, in 2015 China’s consumption of organic products reached 3.9- 9.4 billion USD and the organic food production had been growing at an average annual growth rate of 15%.
– Total 7 halls,1100 booths,35 professional medias, 40000 sqm show areas.
We are thankful of the support of the ADB (Asean Development Bank) Sponsoring GMS Agri-business Operators to Attend the 20th China, International Organic & Green Food Industry Expo 2016. The Greater Mekong Subregion Core Agriculture Support Program Phase 2, Working Group on Agriculture Secretariat (WGA-S) of Asian Development Bank (ADB) aims to promote the subregion to be leading producers of safe food using climate friendly agriculture practices and linking smallholders of climate friendly agriculture to markets. To achieve this goal, ADB and donors have approved fund from a regional technical assistance (RETA) 8163 to sponsor agri- business operators to a trade fair such as the captioned event to enhance market linkage, increase subregional agricultural competitiveness and promote agribusiness investment along the economic corridors.
Baca Villa Organic Moringa products inside of DFS T-Gallery at Angkor.
The T Galleria Angkor store spans more than 8,000 square meters over two floors, and is housed in a spectacular Khmer architecture building shared with the Angkor National Museum, home to some of the region’s most acclaimed historical artefacts.
Siem Reap accounted for almost 30% of the 4 million international visitors, as well as most of the international cultural tourists arriving into Cambodia in 2013. As tourism is anticipated to continue, accounting for an increasingly large proportion of Cambodia’s overall GDP, DFS aims to work in close partnership with local organizations and institutions to support the growth of a sustainable economy.
Baca Villa productions Co Ltd is proud to present our entire range Organic Moringa products inside of DFS T-Gallery at Angkor.
It will also house a restaurant, offering travelers a tranquil respite from their active itineraries. Product ranges on offer will include high fashion and accessories, watches and jewelry, and fragrances and cosmetics from leading international brands as well as a selection of the best available locally handcrafted products.
This International workshop to deliberate and focus on the growing and harvesting of Moringa.
This workshop from April 29 & 30, 2016, Jaipur, India will also provide a unique opportunity for open discussions & exchange of views about the issues pertaining to Moringa business.
An unique knowledge platform to share the latest information on advances in Moringa research & development, production systems, commercial track of Moringa and more.
Advanced Biofuel Center (ABC)’s 4th Global Moringa Meet focuses on the entire Moringa production from Ground zero to scale. Topics are carefully selected to cover the agronomy, horticulture, biology, engineering, marketing and financial aspects of Moringa commercialization. ABC is recognized as an important platform for productive exchanges among the academic, commercial and investment communities. Join us at this unique knowledge platform to share the latest information on advances in Moringa research & development, production systems, commercial track of Moringa and more. This shall address biofuels-related topic within four thematic areas: environment and human well-being, economics, technology, and geography.
Over the years Moringa plant farming has continued to flourish, as many farmers seize opportunities it offers for them to earn a living. It is a plant said to have enormous benefits for mankind.
Farmers in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) are beginning to use any available space to cultivate Moringa as it is said to be in high demand in the city.
Apo is home and farm to some police officers who will not just fold their hands and feel comfortable with what they earn but do something to earn additional cash.
It is common sight to see tick green Moringa farms as one drives towards the Apo mechanic village.
One of the farmers, a police inspector (who prefers to remain anonymous), said she ventured into moringa farming in Apo because of the money she makes from it.
The farm is a means of earning additional income to her salary.Continue reading →
Organic certified against the Cambodian and International Organic Standards.
Our high educated quality team is constantly testing, analyses our products and research new products to ensure our end-products has the highest quality.
Moringa oleifera Lam (synonym: Moringa pterygosperma Gaertner) belongs to a onogeneric family of shrubs and tree, Moringaceae.
SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE: Moringa is one of the most useful tropical trees. The relative ease with which it propagates through both sexual and asexual means and its low demand for soil nutrients and water after being planted make its production and management easy. Introduction of this plant into a farm which has a biodiverse environment can be beneficial for both the owner of the farm and the surrounding eco-system.
Moringa is a fast growing, perennial tree which can reach a maximum height of 7-12 m and a diameter of 20-40 cm at chest height.
Stem: The stem is normally straight but occasionally is poorly formed. The tree grows with a short, straight stem that reaches a height of 1.5-2 m before it begins branching but can reach up to 3,0 m. The extended branches grow in a disorganized manner and the canopy is umbrella shaped.
Leaves: The alternate, twice or thrice pinnate leaves grow mostly at the branch tips. They are 20-70 cm long, grayish-downy when young, long petiole with 8-10 pairs of pinnae each bearing two pairs of opposite, elliptic or obovate leaflets and one at the apex, all 1-2 cm long; with glands at the bases of the petioles and pinnae (Morton, 1991).
Flowers: The flowers, which are pleasantly fragrant, and 2.5 cm wide are produced profusely in axillary, drooping panicles 10 to 25 cm long. They are white or cream colored and yellow-dotted at the base. The five reflexed sepals are linear-lanceolate. The five petals are slender-spatulate. They surround the five stamens and five staminodes and are reflexed except for the lowest (Morton, 1991).
Fruits: The fruits are three lobed pods which hang down from the branches and are 20-60 cm in length. When they are dry they open into 3 parts. Each pod contains between 12 and 35 seeds.
Seeds: The seeds are round with a brownish semi-permeable seed hull. The hull itself has three white wings that run from top to bottom at 120-degree intervals. Each tree can produce between 15,000 and 25,000 seeds/year. The average weight per seed is 0.3 g and the kernel to hull ratio is 75 : 25 (Makkar and Becker, 1997).
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Organic Moringa Oil and Natural Soap from Baca Villa Cambodia