Moringa is traditionally served as a tea.
We recommend mixing 2 grams (1/2 tsp.) in hot water or a warm drink of choice. Moringa is also excellent in smoothies, soups, elixirs, salads, whole grains and raw chocolate!
Moringa Oleifera earned its reputation because of the wide range of nutritional and medicinal properties which can be acquired from almost any part of the tree. It grows primarily in places which have tropical, subtropical and semi-arid climate.
Minerals include Potassium, Calcium, Iron, Selenium and Magnesium. It is also rich in amino acids.
Moringa leaves have been shown to increase milk production in breastfeeding mothers and is used as a primary nutritional support in many countries.
Moringa leaves are most commonly used to make Moringa tea. Since the tree’s leaves are packed with exceptional nutritional value, they are infused into one of the world’s most highly-prized herbal tea. Moringa tea contains a combination of potent antioxidants, such as Flavonoids, which help in inhibiting the effects of free radicals. This herbal tea has a wide variety of medicinal applications – it can be used to help stabilize blood pressure, manage glucose levels in people with diabetes, and help promote better sleep. It is also an excellent energy booster without containing caffeine or other stimulants.
The Moringa tree is indigenous to north-western India, particularly in the southern foothills of the Himalayas. It is currently cultivated extensively in Central/South America, Africa, Indonesia, Mexico, Malaysia, Philippines and India.
Moringa is considered completely safe for consumption and has no known negative side-effects.