Making moringa tea is easy.
You can dry the leaves and you’ll get an earthy-flavored brew (I like this excellent strainer I bought earlier this year) or simply do it the way I do in the video and boil some fresh leaves, then strain them out with a larger strainer.
Dropping ice on the floor is optional.
The more I grow Moringa oleifera, the more I like it. It’s a fertilizer, a tea, a salad green, a nutritional supplement, a water purifier, a good chop-n-drop tree and an excellent addition to any Florida garden, yard or food forest.
Making moringa tea from fresh leaves gives you a slightly zippy pot-liquor flavored brew that just tastes healthy. Add some honey for a sweet tea… or simply put it on ice like I do and enjoy the full flavor of nature’s healthiest tree.
Check out moringa’s survival plant profile here!