Moringa Infusion

Moringa oleifera is widely used in traditional medicine as nutritional supplement and for the treatment of several other diseases‚ since it is a tremendous source of bio-available vitamins and minerals.

Moringa oleifera has a wealth of naturally occuring nutrients along with vitamins‚ minerals‚ protein‚ also contains essential amino acids‚ chlorophyll‚ omega-3 oils, and other important phytonutrients.

Moringa oleifera is known to contain 15 times the potassium in banana‚ 17 times the calcium in milk‚ 4 times the vitamin A found in carrot‚ 25 times the iron in spinach, 0.5 the vitamin C in oranges and 2 times the protein in milk.

  • Potassium and calcium play an important role against the hypertension as sodium retention in the blood is restricted due to the presence of potassium.
  • Regular consumption of Moringa can increase the level of potassium and helps to reduce the pressure of the blood flowing to the cells and tissues.
  • Moringa contains calcium which is 17 times that of milk. Calcium is needed for blood coagulation. It was noted that increased calcium intake will decline the incidence of hypertension.
  • Moringa is the best supplement for the healthy life as it contains 90 + nutrients and 46 antioxidants. All the nutrients when consumed regularly will improve our nutritional status of our body.
  • Moringa leaves are recommended in cases of gonorrhea on account of the increasing of urine flow.
  • In India‚ leaves are used to treat fevers‚ bronchitis‚ eye and ear infections.
  • Moringa leaves is believed to increase a woman's milk production and prescribed for anemia.
How to prepare Moringa Tea?

Tear the pouch‚ remove the tea bag and place in a tea cup


Pour 120 – 150 ml of freshly boiled water (85-90°C) on the tea bag and leave to infuse for 5 – 10 minutes.


Now gently remove the bag from the cup. The resulting infusion can be served hot or cold. If you prefer, sprinkle salt and pepper for an alternative taste.

Moringa Tea always keeps your life with balanced nutrients.