No, if it is tea that contains pure Moringa leaves or combined with an herb that is caffeine free.
If it combined with green tea it would.
Moringa gives you energy because of all the vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. It is delivered in a form that really helps you to perk up...feel better. Because it is in a fluid state, it is absorbed more quickly by your system.
Coffee is a diuretic which means it helps you to lose water. Drinking just coffee or ice tea is not good. You need to drink water and water with Moringa leaves is a energy drink without caffeine.
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Tasty, Refreshing Tea Combinations: Moringa and mint, Moringa and Lemon Balm, Moringa and strawberry leaves, Moringa and Ginko, and any other combination.
Just steep the herbs in a sauce pan with nearly boiling filtered water.
Wait 20 min then strain. Put it in a glass pitcher with lots of ice....then chill.
Drink it through the day to refresh your spirit and hydrate too.
Add Ginko tea to Moringa for enhanced mental pickup and focus. Ginko does not have Caffeine either but stimulates the brain. That has been proven.
To Add Caffeine: Combine Moringa Leaves with Green Tea for a small bit of Caffeine. I personally stay away from black tea because of the acid and higher Caffeine content but you can try to wean yourself down from so much coffee that way. I don't like the taste either.
Experiment: Try different blends for taste. If you are combining teas and don't want caffeine, make sure you read labels.
Will sign off for now, Kate The Herbladyisin
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Kate Freer, the herbladyisin
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