Moringa Tea

Now this is not going to be everyone’s cup of tea (pun intended), but this powerful plant is a good addition to any healthy breakfast. So, make it count when it comes to making your breakfast cup of tea by having some Moringa Tea.

 

Brief History on Moringa

Moringa is a plant known as “never die”or the “drumstick tree” in certain parts of the world. It’s scientific name is Moringa Oleifera and is common to tropical, as well as, subtropical areas in South Asia. However, it can be found in various tropical regions in Africa.

Moringa is a tree that is highly beneficial and rich in nutrients that are vital to the body. Calcium, Phosphorus,  Iron, and Zinc are just a few minerals that give Moringa its high nutritional value.

It helps cleanse and heal the body of various conditions  and diseases. It leaves you feeling energetic and your skin can also benefit from including this plant in your diet.

Moringa has also been said to prevent and kill certain cancers.




Various parts of the Moringa Tree are use extremely useful in treating and prevent a variety of healthy conditions, so not only are the leaves very useful, but the seeds and roots are also extremely useful.

Overall, this plant is highly valuable to your health and is worth adding to one’s regular line up of teas. If not for the taste, but for the health benefits.

So, give this recipe  a try.

Ingredients 

1 – 2 cups filtered water

1 Tbsp Moringa powder (1/2 cup fresh Moringa Leaves)

3 Tbsps Honey

1 tsp lemon balm tea leaves (dried)

A small handful of peppermint leaves (about 8 to 10 leaves)

Directions

  1. Bring water to a boil.
  2. Add peppermint leaves and lemon balm tea leaves and let steep on low heat for the for 5 minutes.
  3. Turn OFF heat source and add Moringa Powder. Note: If using fresh Moringa leaves, wash and boil with the peppermint and lemon balm leaves and let all steep together for 10 to 15 minutes.  
  4. Let Moringa powder steep with the other herbs for 10 minutes.
  5. Strain out the tea leaves using a fine cloth or fine mesh strainer. You can also transfer this tea to a coffee french press and strain out the leaves and settled Moringa powder. We find that the cheesecloth method works very well, but for simplicity sake and for the sake of saving time, using a french press may be the best way to go, but you should expect some silt like residue from the Moringa powder, but nothing too overbearing.
  6. Once cooled to desired drinking temperature, add in up to 3 Tbsp honey (adjust sweetness to your liking).
  7. Enjoy warm with your favorite breakfast or meal.

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Let us know what you think about this recipe and if you have tried Moringa powder and or currently use this incredible plant as a part of your meal prep the n let us know, we would like to hear from you.

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