Moringa Tea Bags-Oleifera
Moringa tea is made from the leaves of the Moringa oleifera plant. The moringa tree goes by several common names including “the miracle tree”. It’s known as the “drumstick tree” because of the shape of its seed pods. It’s also commonly called the “ben oil tree” since it produces benzoil. Another popular name for the tree is the “horseradish tree” because the roots taste similarly to the rhizome.
The moringa tree is native to tropical areas throughout Southeast Asia. The largest cultivator of moringa is India. The tree is also grown for agricultural and medicinal purposes in the Philippines, Indonesia, Pakistan, Nepal, and Taiwan. Additional, the plant is cultivated and occurs in the wild in parts of Africa, Central America, and Oceania.
Moringa tea is an herbal tea made by steeping the moringa leaves in pure hot water. The tea can also be made using moringa leaf powder and tea bags. It is naturally caffeine-free and can be consumed at any time of the day.
Women who are pregnant should not consume moringa products. Some research shows that moringa rhizomes and flowers contain compounds that may induce contractions and cause premature births or miscarriages.
You can drink it any time of the day or night