Abundantly available in the countries of Asia and Africa, Moringa Oleifera or Drumstick tree is highly versatile and nutritious plant. Moringa leaf extract is available in various forms like tea, capsules, oils, extracts, and powders. Due to its various health benefits, the world is going gaga over Moringa. In this recipe, we will make the simplest and most nourishing, the HAPPINESS RICH Moringa tea. I can cite from my own example of regular use that there are very few natural products that come close to it in the mornings. I ended up replacing my green tea with Moringa tea.
Here is how to make it...
Happiness Rich Moringa Tea Recipe
Moringa tea is natural and caffeine-free, and hence, it can be consumed at any time of the day. Moringa is gifted with a basket full of benefits with rich nutrients like carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamin c, iron, magnesium, potassium, calcium, amino acids, etc.
Here is the recipe for miraculous moringa tea that serves two persons. It barely takes 5-6 minutes to prepare! Super quick it is, isn't it? Moringa is gifted with a basket full of benefits with rich nutrients like carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamin c, iron, magnesium, potassium, calcium, amino acids, etc.
The leaves can be stored for a long duration by drying or freezing. The fresh leaves are best recommended to make the Moringa tea or you can use the next best - Good Lyfe Project Moringa Superleaf Powder. It is a certified, organic, and chemical-free product that comes with a biodegradable pack with no preservatives added.
2 cups of water
2 pinches of cinnamon powder
1 inch of ginger
1 teaspoon of Good Lyfe Project Moringa Superleaf Powder
Take water, pour it into a pan, and bring it to a boil.
Gradually add ginger and cinnamon powder to it, and after a minute, add the moringa powder. Let it boil for two minutes.
Switch off the stove and let it infuse for 8-10 minutes.
Strain the water in the cups and drink it hot or lukewarm, as per your suitability.
Add a dash of lemon to make it tangy. You can also use some honey if you like it sweet.
Moringa leaves are likely to be safe and have not shown any side effects if consumed in limited quantity, say, 5 grams of leaf powder per day. We strongly recommend that you consult your health advisor before consuming.