Description: This tree leaf packs a nutrient punch that is surprising for an herb including but not limited to B1,2,3,6, Vitamin C, Zinc and Vitamin A. Moringa is showing promise in supporting edema relief, liver and cancer support, gastrointestinal support, and more. It is touted to act as an anti-depressant and anti-inflammatory, among other beneficial effects. Moringa has shown effective in treating mood disorders including depression, anxiety, and fatigue. This herb may also be used in a similar way to parsley when cooking. The antioxidant content has shown promise in cardiac health as well as the usual beneficial side effects of antioxidants. The only known side effect is infertility, so pregnant women or women trying to become pregnant should avoid this herb. More statements and medical reviews here
Serving Suggestions: Combine with other herbs, flowers or spices as desired. When brewed by itself, moringa will have an astringent herbaceous flavor that pairs nicely with dried fruits, sweeter floral flavors such as bay or chamomile, and sweet spices such as coriander.
Brewing Recommendation: Steep 1-3 teaspoons of tea leaves in hot water-160F for 5-15 minutes covered. Time and tea leaf quantity vary depending on your personal preferences for strength. Remember to enjoy the aromatic benefits of your tea as you sip.
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