There are many benefits to drinking moringa tea on a daily basis which include its unique abilities to prevent chronic disease, reduce inflammation throughout the body, speed healing and improve digestion, just to name a few.
How to make Moringa Tea
- 1 teaspoon of dried moringa leaves (crushed/blended)
- 1 cup hot water
Step 1 – Scoop the moringa leaves into a cup.
Step 2 – Add hot water and allow the leaves to steep for 3-5 minutes (or until the color changes).
Step 3 – Mix in honey to taste.
Note: This tea can be served both hot and cold, making it a year-round beverage!
Moringa can also be purchased as a powder or as a tea already prepared.
Side Effects Of Moringa Tea
The side effects of drinking moringa tea include:
- Risk of miscarriage: This tea can cause contractions and tightening of the uterus, and may raise your risk of miscarriage during pregnancy.
These side effects are quite rare, and there are no toxic components to this plant or the tea. There are no commonly seen side effects of moringa tea, provided you drink it in moderate amounts.
With those few exceptions, the versatile benefits of moringa tea are definitely worth exploring if you are looking for a new herbal remedy in your life!