Finally, an easier way to enjoy moringa! Our moringa tea comes from the highest quality moringa oleifera and comes in three different flavors:
If you want to kick off your morning right, need a midday energy boost or just want to sit and relax with a good back and a hot cup of tea, then our moringa tea is right for you.
How to Brew Our Moringa Tea:
Place 1 tea bag in a tea mug of your choice. Add boiling water and steep for 3-5 minutes. Remove tea bag, flavor as desired (or if needed), and enjoy!
Moringa Tea FAQ
Here are some answers to the most popular questions about moringa tea. If you have other questions, feel free to contact us and we'd be happy to assist you:
What are the Benefits of Moringa Tea?
Moringa tea is loaded with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds that are known to help boost immunity, help support healthy blood sugar levels, reduce cholesterol, balance A1C levels, improve mood, increase energy levels, & much more.
What are the Side Effects of Moringa Tea?
Moringa tea is overwhelmingly safe for adults and children to drink on a daily basis. There are no known side effects of moringa tea and unlike other popular forms of tea, it contains zero caffeine, which means there is no jittery feeling after drinking it.
Can Moringa Tea Be Drank at Night?
Moringa tea is unique in that it can be drank in the morning for an energy boost, and drank at night for its' soothing/calming effects. If you're looking to unwind after a long day, moringa tea is the perfect beverage to consume at night (and it won't keep you up all night).
Does Moringa Tea Have Caffeine?
Most moringa tea (like ours), does not contain any caffeine. Make sure to inspect the label before you purchase though.
How Does Moringa Tea Taste?
Moringa tea may have a slightly bitter taste, which is why it is commonly made with additional flavors, normally sweet in nature. For example, lemon & pomegranate are two commonly used flavors added to moringa tea to mask the bitterness.
Can Moringa Tea Cause Infertility?
This is a common misconception about moringa. There is no evidence moringa tea causes infertility. Moringa tea made from leaves pose no risk to your health and may actually help you lower your blood pressure, cholesterol, and provide you with a rich source of potent antioxidants.