A Luxury Spa’s Secret Moringa Smoothie Recipe

A friend of mine who works at one of the top luxury health spas in the United States was excited to hear that I was working on a website dedicated to Moringa Powder.

Why was she so excited?

Because Moringa Oleifera powder has been the secret ingredient in their smoothies for years!

They charge $25 for this metabolism, endurance, weight loss boosting 32oz smoothie and customers never pass it up. It”s the most ordered item on the menu.

It was designed by a world renowned nutritionist and each ingredient was selected for a very particular reason.

The health spa and smoothie name must remain anonymous, but here is the complete recipe for you to make everyday for a fraction of their price! :)

Luxury Spa”s Moringa Smoothie Recipe


  • 1 cup frozen Strawberries
  • 1/2 cup frozen Red Raspberries
  • 1/4 cup frozen Blueberries
  • 1/2 chilled Peeled Orange
  • 1 cup chilled Coconut Water
  • 2 cups frozen Fresh Spinach Leaves
  • 1 tablespoon Chia Seeds
  • 2 tablespoons Moringa Powder
  • 4 cubes of Ice
First; blend Chia Seeds and Fresh Spinach until creamy smooth. Second; blend all other frozen fruits, chilled coconut water and ice until smooth. Add 1/2 chilled peeled orange and 2 tablespoons of Moringa Powder and blend until mixed. Poor into opaque cup and drink through opaque straw (to prohibit exposure to sunlight).
The taste of Spinach and Moringa Powder should be almost undetectable.

It’s easy to see why customers of this spa feel amazing after drinking this smoothie and why they readily pay $25 for it after they’ve tried it once before.

The amount of antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, amino acids, vitamins, minerals, and nutrients in this smoothie truly is mind boggling. 

I tried this myself  last night and I’ll tell you, I couldn’t sleep! I had so much energy that I decided to go out on a late night run. A few minutes after the run I realized I could run it again — no problem. Instead I decided to do a P90X session and I felt fantastic. That’s amazing for drink that has no caffeine and hardly any sugar, isn’t it?

This is what real energy and endurance feels like.


I really hope you try this and let me know what you think!

I’m having a nutritionist friend of mine examine the ingredients to figure out why this combination works so well and hopefully we can create similar smoothie recipes to share with you. He did immediately mention that the peeled orange was a “nice trick, the vitamin c activates the minerals” — so don”t forget to add that. I also know that the opaque cup and straw is important because sunlight can rapidly destroy Vitamin C and many other vitamins.


Please do let us know your results or any questions you have! And don’t forget to share this with your friends and family :)

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  • Michelle

    Hello, thanks for this recipe — I found it on Pinterest. I have a question:

    Is this Moringa smoothie OK if you’re pregnant?

    Am curious to try it :)


  • Ellen Smith

    I”ve been making a smoothing very similar to this for sometime now. I am a pastry chef and work at 4 a.m. so energy is a must!!!! I love moringa leaf powder and tell everyone I know about it. I’m curious though, what is considered a serving size?

    • Justin Miramontes

      Wow what a great way to start the morning! Much better than coffee, no? :)

  • Stephen Shrubsall

    Well with all the nutrients in moringa why would you bother with the
    other less nutrient fruit apart from the coconut juice for liquid seems to me like a bit of a marketing ploy for $ to make it look good for people that are visual orientated

    • Justin Miramontes

      Haha, yes some people can’t handle “green/veggie” smoothie flavors. I’d bet 95% of people couldn’t swallow the smoothies you and I make. No pain no gain! :)

      So ya, those other ingredients are probably all about the flavor experience. Just imagine — if you’re at a luxory resort and you pay $25 for a smoothie it better taste amazing! haha. Although the fresh berries do provide some great antioxidants that a dry Moringa Powder will not have.

    • Eugene Glenshaw

      Haha, you nailed it, Stephen.

  • Jabzin

    My kind of moringa (Garuda Naturals in SA) is very strong. So I prefer to stay with 1 Teaspoon.I only do 1 spoon when I am cleansing my tummy and it does a very great job. However, I still get very dizzy when I do that.