What makes Moringa oleifera tea
so healthy and delicious? Our all-natural, USDA Certified Organic moringa tea
is like no other. In fact, it is not a tea at all. All teas are derived from
the Camellia sinensis plant. Moringa tea is actually a tisane and unlike tea,
contains no caffeine, which means it can be enjoyed by the whole family.
With more than 25 plant-based
vitamins and minerals, moringa leaf tea packs a huge nutritional punch. Our
pure moringa leaf tea contains 47 active antioxidants, 36 anti-inflammatories,
30% vegetable protein and all eight (8) essential amino acids. In addition, in
a pound-to-pound comparison, it contains 7x the Vitamin C found in oranges, 4x
the Vitamin A of carrots, 4x the calcium of milk, 3x potassium of bananas and
essential minerals such as zinc and iron.
Moringa Trumps All Other
Superfood Rivals in ORAC Tests
At the request of Moringa
Source,Brunswick Laboratories performed an independent study, (in-vitro) using
Moringa Source's Moringa to test its Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (or
ORAC value score). The ORAC value score is an accepted measurement of
antioxidants in foods and supplements. Antioxidants are compounds which
activelyquench free-radicals whichhelps to prevent cellular damage a common
pathway for cancer, aging and a variety of diseases. With an amazing score of
157,000 umole TE/100g (hydrophilic and lipophilic) Moringa beat out all other
antioxidant superfoods, including rivals such as matcha tea at 134,000,
turmeric at 127,000 and acai at 102,700. Surprisingly green tea, which is
renowned for its antioxidant health benefits could only muster a score of 1,
How to Brew Moringa Tea
Add 1 tea bag in a 6-8oz cup.
Pour boiling water steep for 3-5 minutes. Remove tea bag and flavor as desired.