|By goGreen | July 19, 2011|
Malunggay is widely cultivated and has been used to combat malnutrition, especially among infants and nursing mothers. Most likely, many people do not like eating the leaves itself. And would just prefer drinking the extract from the leaves.
So, if you are one of those not so nourished and/or if your children are; and you are a lactating mother that doesn’t want chewing the leaf between your teeth; how about drinking it instead?
Here’s a thirst quenching healthy recipe for today…
- 7 cups drinking water
- 10 pcs. calamansi or 1 lemon
- 1 sachet malunggay powder
1.Place Malunggay Powder in a boiling water.
2.Add sugar or honey to taste.
3.Let it cool and at the same time sediments will settle down, strain it
and transfer to a pitcher.
4.Squeeze lemon or kalamansi into the juice.
5. Serve with Ice.
This is good for fat burning and boosting energy.
Obey your thirsts and drink up!