What makes Moringa Oleifer tea one of the most nutritious teas on the market today? Learn Moringa’s secret in this blog featuring Miracle Tree.
In the traditional sense, Moringa Oleifer isn’t truly a tea! All teas come from the Camellia sinensis plant but Moringa tea actually comes from a tree native to the foothills of the Himalayas. It’s nickname – the Tree of Life comes from it’s drought-resistant abilities.
Beyond its drought-resistant capabilities, Moringa is also packed with nutrients. Moringa Teas like Miracle Tree Moringa Tea is packed with more than 25 plant-based vitamins and minerals, 47 antioxidants, 36 anti-inflammatories, and all 8 essential amino acids! Moringa is also naturally caffeine free. Dr. Oz recommends Moringa because it is nutrient-dense and an excellent source of bio-availible fiber.
So why is Moringa called a Super Cup of tea. Well, because it actually beats out other superfoods when it comes to antioxidants! In one independent study Moringa was shown to have a higher ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity – an accepted measurement of antioxidants) than other superfoods including acai, red wine, turmeric, and more! These antioxidants help eliminate free radicals which can cause cellular damage which can lead to cancer, aging and other health concerns.
Where can you get Moringa tea? We like to start our day with a mug of delicious Moringa tea from Miracle Tree. This tasty tea is made using organic Moringa and blends of energetic fruity flavors that make it a tasty and refreshing drink.