The tea moringa is an infusion made with plants tree  Moringa oleifera , also known as moringa or ben. This tree is native to northern India, however it is currently found throughout the tropics.

At present, the consumption that has been given to moringa tea has increased a lot, since it has become very popular thanks to the fact that among its properties there are numerous amounts of nutrients, vitamins and minerals, which makes it beneficial for health. Due to its properties, moringa tea is used to : control diabetes, lower cholesterol, lower acidity, prevent cancer and lose weight.

Moringa tea properties

The tea moringa is one of the most profitable infusions contributes to health, especially their antioxidant properties and usefulness is given in cases of very strict diets because it provides the nutrients the body needs. In general, the benefits of moringa tea are:

  • It has a high content of vitamin C.
  • It favors the circulation of blood in the body.
  • Contributes to the formation of collagen.
  • Helps digestion.
  • It favors the vision.
  • Regulates glucose levels in the body.

What are the benefits and medicinal uses of moringa tea?

The tea moringa has excellent benefits for what has been given a medicinal use as part of the prevention or treatment of certain diseases. Among the benefits of this tea, the following stand out:


According to a study carried out on people with diabetes II, in which they consumed moringa infusions, a decrease in blood sugar levels was obtained as a result. This is because moringa regulates glucose levels in the blood.


According to studies, it has been proven that moringa helps to calm pain, that is why it is consumed by those who suffer from arthritis, since although it is true that it is not assimilated to the effects produced by the consumption of medications and painkillers, helps reduce the pain caused by this disease and naturally


The tea moringa is beneficial for those who suffer from fibromyalgia, because thanks to its antioxidant powers helps muscles are in top condition also helps reduce pain.


Moringa is used to help reduce cholesterol levels in the blood, since it has antidislipidemic activity, thus reducing the levels of lipids and fat in the blood. On the other hand, according to a study carried out in laboratory rats, it was observed that the fat that was accumulated in the liver was reduced.

Gastric acidity

A study was carried out with people who had gastric ulcers, obtaining as a result that moringa was useful to protect the stomach against those ulcers caused by aspirin, in addition to helping in the control and reduction of gastric acidity.


Thanks to the high levels of potassium that moringa has, it has become widely consumed by those who suffer from hypertension, since potassium eliminates excess sodium that makes it impossible for the kidneys to filter the blood well, thus increasing its level in the organism.

Eliminate cancer cells

According to some studies, moringa tea has properties that prevent the formation of cancer cells, in fact, it has benzyl isothiocyanate, which is said to contain chemo-protective capabilities, which helps to strengthen cells in those who are on cancer treatment.

Excellent for skin care and healing

According to various studies, moringa tea is also useful to help with the healing process, since it stimulates wound healing, in addition, its properties help maintain healthy and rejuvenated skin.

Moringa tea to lose weight

The tea moringa has high nutrient content and low levels of fat, making it an ideal substitute in cases where they are looking to lose weight.

On the other hand, moringa tea accelerates metabolism and thanks to its high concentration of vitamin B improves digestion and transforms food into energy, without the need to store fat.

Malnutrition in children

For those children who are in a state or at risk of malnutrition, moringa tea provides calcium and potassium, useful for use as a food supplement, thus improving their growth and helping to control malnutrition.

How to prepare moringa tea?

To prepare a moringa infusion, it is necessary to dry the leaves at room temperature, this in order to preserve all its properties to the maximum. Once the sheets are ready, the following steps are followed:

  • The water is boiled.
  • With the water still boiling, add the moringa leaves. Half a tablespoon is recommended for each cup of water.
  • Once the leaves are thrown, let it rest for 15 minutes.
  • Then it is strained and it will be ready for consumption.

Moringa tea recipes

Drinking moringa tea in a traditional way is nutritious and delicious, however, there are other ways to drink moringa infusions to give them a touch of different flavor. Those other ways to drink moringa tea are as follows:

  • Moringa tea with lemon: half a lemon is added to the traditional moringa infusion, this in order to give it a more pleasant flavor.
  • Moringa tea with honey: if you want to give a sweet touch to moringa tea, you can add honey (to taste).
  • Moringa tea with ginger: combined with the excellent properties of ginger, it makes this combination very good for your health.

In what presentations is moringa found?

Moringa leaves are available in three presentations:

  • Natural: these are obtained directly from the tree or, on the contrary, they are bought in a store or market. In general, when natural moringa leaves are acquired, they are used for stews or salads, since their flavor is very strong.
  • Dry: this is the ideal presentation to consume as an infusion, since it was dehydrated and concentrates all its properties, on the other hand, in this way its taste and smell are pleasant.
  • Powder: this presentation can be purchased in specialized stores or even in online stores, it is generally not very common to consume it in this way, because it has chemical components.

Moringa tea contraindications

Despite the great benefits of consuming moringa tea , it is contraindicated in some cases.

  • Pregnancy: Moringa tea should not be consumed while pregnant as it could be counterproductive for the fetus.
  • Low blood sugar: the tea moringa favors reducing sugar levels in the blood, which is very favorable for those who suffer from high cholesterol or diabetes, however, for those with levels low blood sugar can be counterproductive as it could lead to fainting.
  • Insomnia: if you suffer from insomnia, consuming moringa infusions can be counterproductive, since thanks to its high energy levels, they will make it more difficult to fall asleep. In addition, it is not recommended to be consumed by people who suffer from anxiety or stress.
Samantha Robson
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Dr. Samantha Robson ( CRN: 0510146-5) is a nutritionist and website content reviewer related to her area of ​​expertise. With a postgraduate degree in Nutrition from The University of Arizona, she is a specialist in Sports Nutrition from Oxford University and is also a member of the International Society of Sports Nutrition.

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