Moringa Tea, made from dehydrated and ground Moringa Olifera leaves, is now increasingly known and used worldwide for its medicinal properties and health benefits. As people become more and more aware and conscious of what they consume and whether it has nutritional benefits, Moringa is emerging as the next big thing in the line of superfoods. It has even been titled 'miracle herb' on account of its innate goodness and fewer side-effects. Moreover, it has many healthful compounds such as Vitamin A, B1, B3, calcium, potassium, iron, and magnesium.
Let us look at some of Moringa's various benefits, ranging from health and beauty to preventing diseases.
- IMPROVES HAIR AND SKIN HEALTH- Moringa tea is rich in antioxidants, which is good for hair and skin health. Antioxidants may help keep toxins at bay and thereby keep the skin clear. Moringa leaves also contains protein, which means it helps protect skin cells from damage.
- IMPROVES EYE HEALTH- Owing to its high antioxidant levels, Moringa has some eyesight-improving benefits as well. It may stop the dilation of retinal vessels, prevent the thickening of capillary membranes, and inhibit retinal dysfunction.
- FAT LOSS- As mentioned above, this superfood is rich in many essential vitamins and minerals and is also said to help mobilize stored fat and boost metabolism.
- BLOOD SUGAR CONTROL- Moringa leaves may be beneficial to people with diabetes, as its antioxidant chlorogenic acid keeps blood sugar level in check. Moreover, the leaves contain Vitamin C, which has been shown to reduce blood sugar and blood pressure in Type-2 diabetes patients.
- TASTING NOTES- Some call this tea a relative of the Green Tea for its tasting notes. It is, however, less bitter and astringent than most green tea varieties. When combined with honey, mint, and cinnamon, Moringa's earthy flavor makes it a refreshing and enjoyable drink.
One remarkable fact about Moringa Tea is that it is touted as the 'Tree of life' in Africa. It is so-called because the drought-resistant tree's nutritional content and hardiness make it a great candidate for staple food in the most impoverished regions. It can also be used to feed livestock and even for water purification! The tree grows quickly, and hence it can be harvested every month. Additionally, the trees are so hardy; they do not need to be fertilized, further making this crop attractive in impoverished nations.
Not only is the tea immensely healthful and refreshing, but it also has a significant role to play in the fight against malnutrition and hunger. Indeed it is a miracle drink! Order your Moringa teabags today!