The health benefits of the hearty Moringa tree are so plentiful, this remarkable plant provides many reasons to regularly enjoy Buddha Teas Moringa Tea.
In the Know
Fast growing, and native to tropical and subtropical regions of South Asia, with India producing the most in the world, this widely cultivated plant’s young seed pods and leaves play an important role in traditional herbal medicine. Once you’re introduced to the plethora of benefits Moringa imparts, you’ll understand why.
What is Moringa?
One genus, 13 species … The Moringa is a flowering plant in the family Moringaceae. The size of these plants vary from tiny herbs to huge, drought-resistant trees. The most common of these is the species Moringa oleifera, and this is the one we’re talking about here.
Health Benefits of Moringa Tea
The health benefits of the hearty Moringa tree are so plentiful, this remarkable plant has been deployed to combat malnutrition, most often for infants and nursing mothers. However, with such a variety of ways it assists so many bodily systems, there are many reasons for everyone to enjoy the benefits that delicious Moringa Tea has to offer.
What Does Moringa Tea Taste Like?
Buddha Teas Moringa Tea is simply delicious. Somewhat mild, but distinct in its fullness, brightness, and smoothness. Some might even enjoy substituting one or more of their daily caffeine cups of tea or coffee for a satisfying cup of benefits-rich Moringa Tea. This is a tea you really have to taste for yourself. We’ve no doubt that after your first cup of Moringa Tea, you’ll want to keep a box stocked in your tea cupboard; it’s that good!
How to Make Moringa Tea
A good boil is recommended, and a long steep, as Moringa Tea won’t get bitter on you.