Moringa Tea with Pippermint

Moringa Tea with Peppermint

$8.50

Peppermint added to our Morning tea helps increase energy. 
Morning, the tree of life, is an incredible healthy tea with an impressive list of health benefits.

20 Tea Bags

Peppermint adds a little energy pickup to our Moringa Tea.

Sometimes called the miracle tree, Moringa is truly an amazing plant. Considered a super food, Moringa has twice as much calcium and protein as milk. It’s loaded with beneficial nutrients including vitamin A, and vitamin C,, iron, potassium and beta carotene just to name a few. 

Used for both food and medicine for over 4,000 years, Modern research has validating the many folk remedy claims. The tree has shown potential for treating high blood pressure, diabetes, cancer, constipation, anemia, kidney problems, ulcers and inflammation.

There are several types of Moringa, we grow Moringa oleifera which is native to North India and Pakistan. It’s a subtropical tree that loves our summer heat here in Lake Mathews, but goes dormant in the winter. 

All parts of the tree are used including the seeds, which can also be used to make Moringa oil. Our tea is made from the dried leaves of our Moringa trees.

  • Moringa Leaf
  • Peppermint Leaf

Get the most out of your herbal tea

  • Use one tea bag per 6 to 8 ounces of water

  • Bring water to a full boil

  • Place tea bag in cup and pour boiling water over the bag

  • Steep for 7 – 10 minutes, depending on straight and flavor desired

  • For stronger tea, use two tea bags

 

Description

Peppermint adds a little energy pickup to our Moringa Tea.

Sometimes called the miracle tree, Moringa is truly an amazing plant. Considered a super food, Moringa has twice as much calcium and protein as milk. It’s loaded with beneficial nutrients including vitamin A, and vitamin C,, iron, potassium and beta carotene just to name a few. 

Used for both food and medicine for over 4,000 years, Modern research has validating the many folk remedy claims. The tree has shown potential for treating high blood pressure, diabetes, cancer, constipation, anemia, kidney problems, ulcers and inflammation.

There are several types of Moringa, we grow Moringa oleifera which is native to North India and Pakistan. It’s a subtropical tree that loves our summer heat here in Lake Mathews, but goes dormant in the winter. 

All parts of the tree are used including the seeds, which can also be used to make Moringa oil. Our tea is made from the dried leaves of our Moringa trees.

Ingredients

  • Moringa Leaf
  • Peppermint Leaf

Brewing Suggestions

Get the most out of your herbal tea

  • Use one tea bag per 6 to 8 ounces of water

  • Bring water to a full boil

  • Place tea bag in cup and pour boiling water over the bag

  • Steep for 7 – 10 minutes, depending on straight and flavor desired

  • For stronger tea, use two tea bags