3 Different Ways To Spice Up Your Favorite Moringa Smoothie | Herbal Goodness

Chance to try a refreshing moringa smoothie is just one reason to add moringa to your diet. You could swap a heavy breakfast of pancakes, waffles or eggs and toasts for one of the moringa smoothie recipes shared in this article. And, it's not just the taste of a moringa smoothie that you might appreciate. For starters, moringa offers a vibrant green color, as if showcasing its plant-based benefits. This tree, known as moringa oleifera, is a native tree of India. 

How Is Moringa Used

Other places where the moringa oleifera tree grows are Africa, South America and Asia. If this is your first time hearing about moringa, that doesn't mean that you're not familiar with the tree, its plants and leaves. In fact, you may have heard moringa referred to as the ben oil tree, the drumstick tree, the horseradish tree or even as the miracle tree.1 

Moringa is referred to by these names for a variety of reasons. Among the reasons is the fact that moringa is used as an oil. When the plant is pressed and used as an oil, the oil is used to cook with, maintain hair and maintain smooth skin. In fact, as a cooking agent, moringa oil is used to bake food with. It is also used when frying food. 

Herbal Goodness makes moringa leaf tea that helps maintain proper muscle function. This vegan super green protein is associated with nine amino acids. Benefits of amino acids include maintaining muscle function, digestion function and energy. Here are easy ways to get moringa in your diet: cook meals using pressed moringa oil, drink a cup of Herbal Goodness moringa tea a day or spice up a moringa smoothie for a snack. 

What Moringa Is Used For

More ways to get moringa benefits are to eat moringa leaves. Herbal Goodness manufactures non-GMO moringa leaves that are 100% organic and come in a four ounce pouch. This kosher super food can be enjoyed at home, while traveling or even at work. Additionally, you could take a Herbal Goodness moringa leaf extract capsule on a daily basis. Or you could take a serving of Herbal Goodness moringa leaf liquid extract. 

And, of course, you could pump up a delicious moringa smoothie with one of our moringa smoothie recipes. Regardless of the path that you take, moringa is associated with vitamin A, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, calcium, potassium and iron. While enjoying a moringa smoothie, you could also invite zinc, magnesium, phosphorus and vitamin C into your diet. 

Moringa Benefits

Benefits associated with the plant, whether it's used to make a moringa smoothie, used as an oil or eaten in plant-based leaf form, include weight support, maintaining blood sugar support and menopause support.2 Furthermore, moringa is used in perfume, as a lubricant and to support hair. Drink a moringa smoothie or a cup of Herbal Goodness moringa leaf tea and you could enjoy an inviting taste. If you're a real tea lover, you also might sitting down and relaxing after a long day, warming yourself with Herbal Goodness moringa leaf tea. 

Although there are several ways to use moringa, in this article we're focusing on moringa smoothie recipes. Check out these ways to make a moringa smoothie as well as moringa smoothie recipes that pop with flavor. 

How To Make Moringa Smoothie

Love a strong taste? Try this moringa smoothie. Of all of our moringa smoothie recipes, this one may offer the strongest taste. 


  • 1 cup of low fat milk (you can also use 1 cup of almond milk)
  • 1 tablespoon Herbal Goodness juice
  • 1/2 cup fresh moringa leaves (if you grind them, you can also use 1/2 cup of Herbal Goodness dried moringa leaves)
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice 

Mix in a blender on medium until creamy smooth. This is a moringa smoothie that could offer your taste buds a pop. 

Here's another of our moringa smoothie recipes that can spice up the creamy drink.

For this moringa smoothie, you'll need

  • 1/2 cup of moringa leaves
  • 1 cup of almond milk
  • 1 banana
  • 1 mango
  • 1 tablespoon Herbal Goodness liquid extract. 

Place the milk and moringa leaves in a blender. Mix on medium until smooth. Next, peel and slice the banana. Also, peel and slice the mango. Add in the tablespoon Herbal Goodness liquid extract, sliced banana and mango. Blend until well mixed with the moringa leaves and milk. If the moringa smoothie taste is too strong for your liking, add a tablespoon of honey to the smoothie blend. 

This third of the moringa smoothie recipes offer a fruity spice flavor. Here's what you'll need for this moringa smoothie: 

  • 1/2 cup of moringa leaves
  • 1 medium mango
  • 1/2 cup pineapple
  • 1 medium apple
  • 1 banana
  • 1 tablespoon Herbal Goodness juice
  • 1 cup of water
  • 1 cup of ice 

Peel the banana, apple and mango. Next, take the seeds out of the apple. Add the water and moringa leaves to a blender. After those ingredients are well mixed, add in the ice, fruit and Herbal Goodness juice. Blend well. Enjoy! 

Treating Your Family To Moringa Smoothie Recipes

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rWhile drinking a moringa smoothie, you may notice the strong taste in the plant-based drink. Some people have said that moringa taste like a spiked up matcha. This is a reason why we added fruit to the moringa smoothie recipes that we shared with you. Similar to eating asparagus, the strong taste of a plain moringa smoothie may serve as a reminder of the natural elements in the plant-based drink. 

Don't worry if you haven't seen moringa at the grocery store. Fortunately, you can get moringa in several forms at Herbal Goodness. For example, you can get moringa from Herbal Goodness as organic dried leaves, capsule form, as a relaxing tea, a liquid juice or a liquid extract. Except for the capsule, each of these moringa forms can be used to make a moringa smoothie. As a tip, you could enjoy savings if you use a Herbal Goodness gift card that a family or friend has given you when you place your moringa order. 

Here's something else that you may like knowing. When you purchase moringa from Herbal Goodness, you're doing business with a woman owned and woman managed company. In addition, Herbal Goodness takes social responsibility seriously. The company donates up to 10% of its profits to the WAAW Foundation, an organization that supports education for women and girls in Africa. Bring organic Herbal Goodness moringa home today, so you can start enjoying a moringa smoothie soon. Click here to get Herbal Goodness organic, GMO-free Moringa muscle builder, moringa tea and moringa leaf extract. 

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  1. Medical News Today. Dr. Debra Rose Wilson. What Makes Moringa Good For You. Accessed September 16, 2020.
  2. WebMD. Moringa. Accessed September 16, 2020.