Moringa Powder | 110g

(1 customer review)


  • NET WT. 110g (3.88oz)
  • Organic Moringa Powder
  • Fine green powder
  • Smooth consistency- no stems
  • Vivid green color- fresh
  • Perfect for smoothies
  • Compliments chocolate

Moringa Powder gives the body a nutritional boost. Moringa powder is used for improving hair growth, improving mental clarity, lowering high blood pressure, treating diabetes, treating reproductive issues, aiding in weight loss, reducing inflammation, improving digestion, boosting energy plus more. Complimented with honey, brown sugar, lemon or ginger. Add it to your smoothies, vegetable drinks, stews, soups, salads, porridge

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1 review for Moringa Powder | 110g

  1. Shae Purcell (verified owner)

    I’ve had moringa before but only in smoothies. I’ve never tried drinking it as a tea. No doubt I’ll be adding this to smoothies later on, but today I wanted to try it as a latte similar to how I typically make matcha lattes. I used a 1/2 teaspoon of moringa with 5 ounces of water and 5 ounces of steamed milk. I also added some sugar for sweetness instead of honey so it wouldn’t alter the flavor.

    Before adding the milk, the aroma was very reminiscent of sugar snap peas. It smelled sweet and vegetal. I thought if it smelled too much like veg I wouldn’t like it, but it’s actually really interesting! The flavor isn’t overwhelming with the addition of the milk, and there is a spiciness I’m feeling at the back of my throat after each sip. Even though it’s a fine powder similar to matcha, it doesn’t dissolve quite as well so there were some bits that settled at the bottom of my cup. I only noticed it in my last couple of sips so it wasn’t really a big deal.

    Overall, I think is a great option for a sort of decaf matcha option (even though it isn’t matcha) when I’m wanting something with that sort of flavor profile. Not only that, but it also has a lot of vitamins and nutrients so I feel like I’m doing my body good when I’m drinking it. I’m looking forward to trying this in other ways in the future. I think it would be great mixed with yogurt or in some chia pudding.

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