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Tea bundle

Tea bundle

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Die Blätter des Moringabaums gelten als nährstoffreichster Teil der Pflanze. Getrocknet lassen sich diese zu einem würzig-frischen Tee zubereiten.

Die Blüten des Moringabaums werden nur selten geerntet, da aus Ihnen die Samen entstehen aus denen kalt-gepresst das beliebte Moringaöl gewonnen wird. Es ist daher ein exklusives Produkt. Getrocknet lassen sich die Blüten zu einem erfrischendem Tee zubereiten der im Geschmack an frische Gurke erinnert. Für sich oder in Mischung mit Moringablättern sind Moringablüten immer ein Genuss!

Die Blüten des Hibiskusbusches sind ein echter Hingucker. Mit seiner tiefroten Farbe und seinem fruchtig-sauren Geschmack macht es jedes Getränk und jede Süßspeise zu einem besonderen Erlebnis.

Angaben zu Lieferzeiten:
DE: ca. 2-3 Werktage, EU: ca. 3-5 Werktage, Welt: ca. 5-10 Werktage

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FAIRLY TRADED

GLUTEN-FREE

VEGAN

LAB-TESTED QUALITY

AFRICAN

NON-GMO

RAW FOOD QUALITY

How do I use Moringa leaves?

Moringa leaves can be used like normal tea leaves. Simply steep the Moringa leaves in hot, but no longer boiling water for approximately 5 minutes. Alternatively, the leaves can also be prepared as a cold extract: Simply place the leaves in cold water and let it sit in the fridge for 1-2 hours.

How do I use Moringa flowers?

Moringa flowers can be used like normal tea leaves. Simply steep the Moringa flowers in hot, but no longer boiling water for approximately 5 minutes. Alternatively, the flowers can also be prepared as a cold extract: Simply place the flowers in cold water and let it sit in the fridge for 1-2 hours.

How do I use Hibiscus flowers?

Hibiscus flowers can be used like normal tea leaves. Simply steep the Hibiscus flowers in hot, but no longer boiling water for approximately 5 minutes. Alternatively, the flowers can also be prepared as a cold extract: Simply place the flowers in cold water and let it sit in the fridge for 1-2 hours.

Where does our Moringa come from?

Our Moringa comes from our projects in Namibia and Gambia. The partners have all been developed by us personally to ensure a consistently high quality.

Namibia

Namibia

Gambia

The Gambia

More information about Moringa

More information about the raw material Moringa can be found on the Moringa-site.

Where does our Hibiscus come from?

Ägypten

Egypt

Our Hibiscus comes from Egypt, where our long-term partner has been cultivating Hibiscus for generations. We audit all his processes annually to ensure a consistently high quality.

More information about Hibiscus

More information about the raw material hibiscus can be found on the Hibiscus-Site.