Moringa Tea

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Moringa tea, a common organic infusion produced from the leaves of the Moringa tree (Moringa oleifera) has been employed for its medicinal properties over a long time. The caffeine-free herbal tea has a pleasant, all-natural aroma with a reddish-brown or dark yellowish color.

History and Origin

Over centuries, uses of the Moringa tree have spread throughout Asia, Africa, Mediterranean, and America. This medicinal plant has been traditionally called “The Miracle Tree” with its history going back thousands of years. Moringa flowers, leaves, roots, pods, and seeds are all used for various edible and culinary purposes.

Moringa Tea Benefits

It is a rich source of essential minerals, vitamins, protein, amino acids, and beta-carotene. As it offers a mixture of kaempferol, caffeoylquinic acid, beta-sitosterol, quercetin, and zeatin, Moringa offers plenty of health advantages.

Weight Reduction: Being rich in nutrients and having a low fat content, Moringa leaf tea is an easily digestible beverage that assists to check fat gain by lessening the urge to eat between meals.
Cancer: Several studies have demonstrated the anti-tumor capacity of Moringa. It has a constituent chemical, called benzyl isothiocyanate, which has chemoprotective and anti-cancer properties. Therefore, the tea strengthens cells in patients struggling with cancer, helping them tolerate chemotherapy.
Cholesterol: Moringa oleifera leaf extracts assist in keeping LDL cholesterol levels low. An animal study performed by researchers from Pharmacology and Therapeutics Department, University of Nigeria, showed significant reduction in degrees of high-fat-diet-induced cholesterol.
Sexual Health: This natural decoction helps in increasing libido both in women and men, thereby treating certain sexual dysfunctions.
Liver Health: Regular consumption of Moringa offers the liver with the capability to deal with the damaging effects of air-, water- and food-borne toxins. It stabilizes cell membranes and protects the liver by promoting regeneration of cells damaged during usual detoxification process.
Kidney Disease: Patients on dialysis can take this antioxidant-rich tea to shield the kidney cells from damage. The herb is also suitable for boosting immune system, preventing infections, and maintaining blood pressure in patients.
Vitality: With plenty of energy boosting constituents, this herbal tea boosts stamina, concentration and mental clarity.

Steps to make Moringa Tea

Place a handful of fresh or dry Moringa leaves into tea kettle
Pour a cup of boiling water over it
Add fresh ginger, cinnamon sticks, or cardamom pods for aroma (optional)
Keep the kettle covered and steep for 5 minutes
Strain out into a teacup
Add sugar or honey together with lemon juice to enhance taste (optional)

Moringa Tea Precaution

The tea, prepared from Moringa leaves, is safe for drinking. However, intake of the root should be avoided since it contains a harmful substance that could cause serious side effects including paralysis and even death.

Side Effects

Over-consumption of Moringa might cause a few side effects like heartburn, diarrhea, and nausea.

Consumption during Pregnancy

Since there is absence of evidence about the effects of Moringa tea on the fetus, expectant mothers should avoid its intake. Flowers and barks of this herb should not be taken during pregnancy, as they might cause miscarriages because of contractions in uterus.

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