The leaves, fruit, and seeds might be safe when eaten as food.
However, it’s important to avoid eating the root and its extracts.
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: It’s LIKELY UNSAFE to use the root, bark or flowers of moringa if you are pregnant.
Some people use it as a nutritional supplement or tonic.
Moringa is sometimes applied directly to the skin as a germ-killer or drying agent (astringent).
Chemicals in the root, bark, and flowers can make the uterus contract, and this might cause a miscarriage.
There is not enough information available about the safety of using other parts of moringa during pregnancy. Moringa is sometimes used to increase breast milk production.