The leaves of the Moringa Oleifera Lam are combined with Green tea to produce the most astonishingly nutritious drink imaginable. If you can envisage a drink with a wonderful taste which comes with so many health benefits, then you are thinking of Moringa Green Tea.
The exceptionally high nutritional value of Moringa makes it one of the world’s most highly prized Herbal teas.
It is a very good source of antioxidants and it is also an excellent natural energy booster with a very low level of caffeine. Moringa also contains more than 90 nutrients, and provides more Vitamin A and C, calcium, potassium and iron than the most popular fruits and vegetables, and milk.
It helps digestion, tiredness, gas problems, weight loss, and obesity. It acts as an energizer, refresher, and as an effective detoxifier. In addition, it increases the natural defenses of the body, and provides energy and nourishment.
Organic Moringa Green Tea is prepared from the dried leaves of the Moringa Oleifera, which is considered to be the most nutritious plant on earth. This splendid Green tea brings you both exquisite taste and healthy refreshment!
- Moringa leaves contain over 90 nutrients, including 47 Antioxidants, 36 Anti-inflammatories, 25 Vitamins and Minerals, and all 8 essential Amino Acids.
- Gram-to-gram Moringa leaves contain 4x the Vitamin A of carrots, 7x the Vitamin C of oranges, 4x the Calcium of milk, 9x the Iron of spinach, and 3x the Potassium of bananas.
- 100% Natural, 100% Vegetarian and 100% Organic. Gluten-free, Non-GMO and completely Caffeine-free.
- It helps to maintain healthy blood glucose, cholesterol, and blood pressure levels.
- The tea has a soothing, relaxing, and pleasant earthy taste. The tea can be flavoured with honey, mint, or cinnamon to balance out the earthy notes. A characteristic of this Green tea is the lack the astringency normally found in many other Green teas.
Origin of the Tea
This tea comes from the hills of North Thailand. Because the soil has been enriched over many years with compost and mulches it produces Green tea of very high quality. The plantations use chemical-free, organic farming methods only.
What is Green Tea?
Like Oolong tea, Green tea originates from the same plant: Camellia Sinensis. The major difference between the two types of teas is the processing method i.e. both Oolong tea and Green tea have different processing methods.
Green tea is not fermented. When fresh leaves arrive at the factory they are treated immediately under high temperature by steaming or baking them. This deactivates the enzymes that cause fermentation. The oxidation of polyphenols cannot take place and are preserved. This is why Green tea has its unique flavour.
The brewed tea is a pale green liquid, with the grassy flavour of the fresh plant. Because the tannins do not go through the oxidizing process, which has a mellowing effect, Green tea can be bitter, and more astringent, if it is steeped for a long time.
In contrast, Oolong tea is semi-fermented. In essence, it follows a similar manufacturing process as black tea although the oxidation is for a very short time. Oolong tea is usually much darker and stronger in taste than Green tea. The flavour of the semi-fermented tea is somewhere in between black tea and green tea.
What is the Difference Between Green Tea and Oolong Tea?
This is explained well at https://www.cupandleaf.com/blog/oolong-tea-vs-green-tea
Health Benefits of Green Tea
- Benefits of Drinking Green Tea (Click here.)
Health Benefits of Moringa Oleifera Leaves
- A detailed description of the health benefits of Moringa Oleifera can be found at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/267932962_Health_Benefits_of_Moringa_oleifera
Health and Safety Benefits of Drinking Organic Tea
- Health Benefits of Drinking Organic Tea (Click here.)
- The Safety Aspect of Drinking Organic Tea (Click here.)
Caffeine Level: Low
Brewing Time: Boil the water and then steep the tea for 3-4 minutes
Infusion Times: You can infuse the leaves several times.
Type and Weight: 25 x 1.5 g. tea bags.
Also available as loose leaf tea. Net weight 100 g.
Packaging: A vacuum-sealed bag.