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Frequently Asked Questions
Do your moringa teas contain caffeine?
Unless specifically blended with another tea, moringa is naturally caffeine free. Since this tea is contains a blend of decaffeinated green tea, this blend is decaffeinated with 1-5 mg of caffeine per serving.
How much moringa is in 1 tea bag?
Our tea bags contain from 1400mg-1500mg (i.e., up to 1.5g) of moringa leaves (dried). The quantity is independent on each blend/flavor.
What material is used in your tea bags?
To clarify, for our tea bags, we use only virgin pulps for the manufacturing of all our heat and non-heat seal tea filter papers products.
We use following types of virgin fibers:
1) Special hemp fibers.
2) Softwood fibers.
3) Hardwood fiber.
Paper made from a select blend of high-quality abaca and above-mentioned pulp/fibers. All of our products, including packaging, is in compliance with our organic standards (and therefore are pesticide free as well). It does not contain epichlorohydrin / epichrohydrin, nor plastic or polypropylene. The filtration paper is oxygen bleached using a natural process that is completely free of chemicals or toxins.
What are the natural flavors listed on your packaging?
Our natural flavors are natural extracts from the real fruit, spice, or bean, which are infused into our moringa leaves during production. For example, chocolate natural flavors are made from extracts from real cocoa beans. The reason why we do this is because we want to ensure that the flavor profiles are perfectly infused into the moringa leaves to ensure a great experience with every sip!
I take a specific medication. Is there any interactions I should be concerned about?
Moringa is a potent superfood and there is not enough research available for us to comment specifically on your medication interactions. Accordingly, we always recommend that persons who are on specific medication should ask their healthcare provider before deciding to make moringa a part of their regular diet.