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Moringa leaf and green tea leaf sourcing:
Moringa Green tea is a combination of moringa leaves and green tea leaves. Moringa is nutrient-dense plant. Due to its nutritional value, it is highly available in the local and international markets in various forms. Green tea is made from Camellia Sinensis leaves. It is a small tree or shrub. We, Grenera Nutrients source the ingredients from organic certified farms. We source the moringa leaves from our own farms ( we have 300 acres of moringa farms ) and directly source the product from the farmers in the southern part of India without any middlemen disturbance. Green tea leaves are sourced from the high altitude estate of Nilgiri ( India) which is away from traffic pollution. Our products are tested by our quality control team. Once the required standard is passed the product then only it will process for further levels. We have a separate agriculture team to ensure the soil and moringa growth and give organic farming ideas to our farmers.
Why we have to take moringa with green tea leaves:
Moringa oleifera contains vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, iron, calcium, potassium, proteins and amino acids, etc. Moringa tea is prepared from moringa tea cut leaves. Moringa is nutrient packed product. Similarly, Green tea leaves contain catechins and saponins. Catechins are polyphenol compounds. Four types of catechins are found in tea leaves. There are Epicatechin, Epigallocatechin, Epicatechin gallate, and Epigallocatechin gallate. Green tea leaves contain epicatechins. Catechins are easily oxidized. In green tea, when processing to make tea, most of the catechins remain unoxidized. But oolong and black tea leave when processed to make tea catechins are easily oxidized. So the color changed to orange or red. Moringa tea flavor is similar to green tea. The combination of moringa and green tea taste is less bitter and astringent. So if you want to balance the taste you can add honey. For health conscious people drink tea with hot water without adding any sweetener. Moringa green tea is a good option for getting maximum benefits without any caffeine.
How the organic moringa tea is better than other available teas:
When people are feeling tired, tea is a good option for revitalization. But normally tea contains a chemical compound called caffeine. Caffeine is the white crystalline purine. It is found in a number of plants, seeds, leaves, and nuts that help to protect against herbivores. Caffeine is found in tea, coffee, cola, soft drinks, chocolates, etc. Caffeine is a stimulant effect on the Central Nervous System ( CNS), it helps with alertness. Caffeine has positive and negative effects. Positives are alertness and feeling refreshed. Taking up to 400 milligrams (mg) of caffeine for adults has no side effects. Beyond that level, you may face headaches, Nervousness, frequent urination, sleeplessness, etc. Pregnant women, Women who breastfeed their infants should talk to doctors about the caffeine limitation. Our Grenera Moringa Green Tea does not contain any caffeine (caffeine-free tea). All our products are natural ingredients, pure, and lab tested. So drinking moringa tea is better than other available teas.
How to consume and when to consume, Recipes:
Our Grenera Moringa Green tea consists of 25 tea bags in a box. Each tea bag contains a combination of moringa and green tea leaves. Tea bags are convenient to use. Take a tea bag in your tea cup poured with hot water. Infuse this for 3-5 minutes. If you want add some sweeteners like sugar or honey. You take this moringa tea before or after your breakfast or meal. For Iced Tea, 1 litre: 500 ml of boiled water or hot water, 8 tea bags of moringa green tea, cover and infuse for 20 minutes. Then remove the tea bags from the pot after that add 500ml of cold water and refrigerate. Pour over ice to serve better. You can drink iced tea in the evening time. Moringa Tea is an alternative tea to normal tea. It boosts your energy and gives more benefits to your health without any side effects.