Butterfly Pea and Hibiscus
Butterfly Pea flowers, Hibiscus flowers, Ginger, Lemon peel, Orange peel, Cinnamon and Cloves.
Why drink Butterfly Pea tea blends?
Entertain your loved ones and other guests with a healthy dose of antioxidants packaged in these amazing flowers and spices.
Butterfly pea is known for its luminous indigo color, and is packed with health promoting antioxidants, flavonoids and peptides and has shown considerable promise in research as a natural remedy for a range of health complaints.
This earthy flavored flower is said to be a mood enhancer and stress buster. It has been shown to enhance cognitive function and works as a diuretic which lowers blood pressure. It has a calming effect that helps to reduce anxiety and depression, and works as an anti-inflammatory and immune booster. Butterfly pea also helps those who have trouble sleeping.
The amazing flower also has hair and skin care properties. Bioflavonoids, found in this amazing flower can promote hair growth and reduce greying of hair. It stimulates collagen and elastin synthesis, which helps to rejuvenate the skin and reduce wrinkles.
Our signature Hibiscus and Ginger make for a wonderful combination that is also great for events. Hibiscus is loaded with antioxidants, and antibacterial properties while it is known for the ability to lower blood pressure. This blend is great for detoxing, loosing weight and reducing stress and inflammation.
Shake well before use and while we recommend 1-2 teaspoons (5-6 butterfly pea flowers included in your serving), it is best to find out what your pallet really requires and find your own strength of tea.
- Our ingredients are obtained directly from the farmers and are ethically sourced, supporting small farming
- Each blend is made fresh to order in small quantities.
- No sweeteners, preservatives or artificial flavoring, no GMO, Gluten Free
- 100% natural, caffeine-free
- Steeping time: 4-5 minutes for 250 ml/8fl.oz - (98 °C/208 °F boiling water) with 1.5-2 teaspoons of loose-leaf tea.
- If you use an infuser, it is best to remove the infuser after your tea is done steeping. Note that while teas may be used for multiple infusions, ultimately this is influenced by your preferred strength of tea and personal experience, although there are differing opinions about optimal tea brewing. Find out what suits you best and enjoy the experience!