# 12 Miracle Tree and Zija

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Has just finished reading a book titled “Miracle Tree.” By Monica G. Marcu. I do believe, it is a book you might want to look into. It’s not a very large book, with only 172 pages cover to cover. What is in it, is a story about a tree called “Moringa“, also known as “Moringa oleifera“. Now I’m not going to bore you with a long string of nutritional statistics from the book, will only say “I am impressed.” The specific product from this tree, that, one would be drinking, is called ” Zija “. Now I’ve mentioned in a prior post, that when I try a new product, that I must feel a difference in the way I feel, health wise, or I send it back for a refund. So here is what the Zija guarantee says “if you don’t feel a positive difference in the first 30 days of drinking one can of Zija a day, we will refund 100% of the purchase price, guaranteed.” So I am putting it to the test, but I doubt that I will need a refund. I’ve listed two sources that you can contact for further details or product. In all fairness, I will say that these two sources have close familial ties to me. But, either Zija lives up to what the book describes as beneficial, or I’ll ask for a refund without hesitation.
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Product Description
The “Miracle Tree” was written by Dr. Monica Marcu, Pharm.D., and Ph.D. as a result of her study of medicinal plants and her definitive research of one of our greatest trees, the Moringa oleifera. This book defines the hundreds of substances such as vitamins, enzymes, amino acids, fats, minerals, specific phytochemicals, each with clear importance and numerous applications in healing and nutrition.

About the Author
Monica G. Marcu, a clinical pharmacologist, has been “in love with trees”, as she puts it, ever since she can remember. This led her to study plants, particularly medicinal plants. Monica now uses her love of healing plants to study ways to cure disease. She has worked in biomedical research laboratories at the University of Ottawa and the National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute. She wishes to bring us the most definitive, unbelievable, beautiful story of one of our greatest trees, the Moringa oleifera.
Paperback: 172 pages Publisher: KOS Health Publications (May 2005) ISBN-10: 1583083960

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