MORINGA TEA

It is a miracle green tea. Moringa is a superfood that we all know. Of all the parts drumstick trees, the leaves are the most nutritious, excellent source of multivitamins and proteins. In this pandemic time, it is to ensure our diet should consist of plenty of antioxidants. Chlorophyll is the main component of this tea. It detoxifies and purifies the blood. Due to its magical qualities, it’s becoming a popular choice for health freaks. It is chock-a-block with protein, calcium, iron, vitamin C, and more.

Let’s have a glance at some of its incredible benefits:

lowers cholesterol

controls blood sugar

controls blood pressure

improves quality of skin and hair

helps in fat loss

*note: If you suffer from any chronic health issues,then make sure to consult your dietician or doctor.

INGREDIENTS:

Fresh moringa leaves – 2 twigs

Ginger- 1/2 cm

Lemon- 1/4th tsp

Cinnamon powder- a pinch

Water – 2 cups

Honey- 1/4th tsp(optional)

PREPARATION TIME: 2 minutes

COOKING TIME: 5 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 7 minutes

TIPS:

1. Use tender leaves.

2. If fresh leaves are not available you can use dried leaves or moringa powder.

PROCEDURE:

1. Boil water in a saucepan.

2. When water boils add ginger pieces and moringa leaves. Let it boil for 2 minutes then switch off the flame.let it infuse for 2 minutes.

3. Strain n pour in a cup. Add a pinch cinnamon powder, dash of lemon juice and honey.

4. Enjoy your hot green tea in monsoon. Boost your immunity levels.

Stay healthy!

15 thoughts on “MORINGA TEA

  1. Hi…..tea colour n texture r superb 👌….vl try for sure….keep posting such interesting recipes….I think u can b a good food photographer… looks r very important to try a new recipe 😃

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    1. Thanks vani for the feedback..sure👍

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      1. Today mng tried moringa tea…it’s really soothing….feel good frm inside…thnks Shyamala

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    1. Do try swetha.It’s relishing tea!

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  2. Very informative post, Rani. We generally eat drumsticks in different curries but never used it’s leave. Even I don’t know where to get it from. But as you said it is immensely beneficial to health I will definitely search for it.

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    1. Sure jayeeta. If you get fresh leaves, dry the leaves and make in to a powder and store or else you will get moringa powder online.

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    2. Thanks for your feedback jayeeta 😊

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  3. I am never sure if it is a moringa tree I have or a curry plant as the leaves are so similar 🙂 Thank you for following CarolCooks2 🙂

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    1. Moringa is a small tree, growing quickly to around 25 feet tall and is often mistaken for a legume due to its seed pods. The leaves are fern like and deciduous, ranging from 9-24 inches long on drooping branches. The tree also bears white fragrant flower in loose bunches along the center of the leaves.have you ever seen drumsticks to that plant?.

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      1. No it has white flowers and small berries which the birds love…

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      2. Ohk.. really interesting..wish I could see the picture of the plant if you have any!

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  4. Wow. Never knew this. Thanks for giving this insight

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    1. Moringa is a miracle tree.. infact I mentioned only few of it’s benefits!

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