How to make a Moringa Tea ?

Moringa leaves can be consumed by making a hot infusion.

What could be more obvious than preparing authentic Moringa leaves as a hot infusion? In this winter period, it will delight those who are shivering under their plaids, those who grimace their desire for a break in front of their computer, or lovers of tea and herbal teas of all kinds!

Drinking a hot Moringa infusion is as easy as having a cup of tea or coffee. The energy intake is similar, except that for Moringa leaves, thanks to riboflavin (vitamin B2), it is real, long-lasting and without side effects.

Indeed, unlike tea or coffee, Moringa contains no theine or caffeine molecule. While caffeine or theine provide a substantial energy boost, they do not permanently eliminate slack. Even more annoying, they can cause tachycardia and a certain form of addiction.

Preparation tips :

Prepare a mug with 2 pinches or 2 teaspoons of Moringa leaves (about 2 grams) in a tea ball or a filter bag. Infuse for 3 to 4 minutes in simmering water.

If you want to prepare a teapot, put 4 pinches or 4 teaspoons of dried Moringa leaves (about 4 grams). Then infuse by pouring 1 liter of simmering water into your teapot. You can taste your preparation after 3 to 4 minutes of infusion or even drink it for long hours after the first preparation.

In the same way as tea leaves, those of Moringa are reinfusable, and you can add hot water to continue drinking this infusion throughout your day.

Preparation time: 5 min

For 2 cups

an anis étoile
2 batons of vanilla
2 cuillères à café de Moringa L'Authentique
40 cl of water

Heat the water to a simmer (90°C).

Place Moringa, star anise in a teapot and pour hot water over it.

Leave to infuse for 4 to 5 minutes before serving. Mix your infusion with a vanilla stick.

Moringa leaves for making tea