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Moringa tea is not really a tea in the strict sense of the word. It is rather a herbal tea or tisane since it doesn’t contain tea leaves. With Moringa herbal tea you can get your morning boost without caffeine!
Moringa tea can be brewed hot or cold
To brew cold simply pour 6-8 oz of cold water over the tea bag and let it steep for at least 2 hours in the fridge. Leaving the tea in the fridge overnight to brew is preferable. When you remove the tea form the fridge be sure to stir it before leaving the tea bag.
To brew hot pour 6-8 oz of hot (~170 deg. F) water over the tea bag. Before water starts to boil, steam starts coming off the water. This is the perfect time to pour hot water over tea bag and let it steep for 3-5 minutes. Again, be sure to stir often.
Our favorite is the Pomegranate flavored Moringa Tea. In addition to the dried Moringa leaves the tea bags contain pomegranate juice extract. We absolutely love it and highly recommend it!
Watch below for Moringa tea benefits and brewing tips
Dr. Oz Shares How He Loves Moringa Tea!
Dr. Oz calls Moringa olerifera an energy blaster! He goes on to say:
What I personally love – drink Moringa as tea! It comes in tea bags, you steep them, easy to do twice a day… Pop in a tea bag when you are feeling a little bit down and the beautiful part about this is you don’t get the downer from caffeine.