From Florida Survival Gardening: Making moringa tea http://bit.ly/1zPc1Mp
"The more I grow Moringa oleifera, the more I like it. It's a fertilizer, a tea, a salad green, a nutritional supplement, a water purifier, a good chop-n-drop tree and an excellent addition to any Florida garden, yard or food forest."
From the comments:
Willo Perez: what does it taste like?
David The Good: Earthy, if made from dry leaves. Somewhat like the water left over from boiled mustard greens if made fresh as in this video. Either way, you know you're drinking something healthy.
I grew my Moringa trees from these seeds from Amazon: