Blue Tea

  • One of the healthiest herbal tea on earth. Butterfly Pea Flower is also called Blue Tea / Blue Pea Tea / Aprajita or Asian Pigeonwings. The Scientific name of the flower is Clitoria Ternatea. Dried in sun on special bamboo organic mats to retain all-natural vitamins and without any machine heat. In Ayurveda, it is known to as a brain tonic to promote intellect and improve memory. A beautiful colorful tea that can be brewed either hot or cold, and blue or purple! The Butterfly pea flower is an incredible natural blue plant that has been used for centuries in Thai traditional cooking. When the dried flowers are brewed, the drink turns to a delightful blue. If you then squeeze a slice of lemon into the tea, it magically turns from blue to purple right before your eyes. This drink can be mixed with syrup, honey, and lemon to give you that sweet, herbal taste. Bartenders from all over the world are using our butterfly pea flowers in their cocktails.

  • Butterfly Pea sun dried exotic flower.

    • GOOD FOR HAIR AND SKIN : Has properties that nourish hair follicles, promotes hair growth, prevents greying of hair and reduces hair fall. It is also full of antioxidants and has properties that reverse the damage caused to the skin by sugar molecules which causes skin aging.
    • BOOST BRAIN ACTIVITY AND REDUCES ANXIETY : Blue pea is proven to be nootropic. Due to stimulation of serotonin and acetylcholine enhances cognitive function and calming effect on the body, reducing stress and anxiety.
    • IMPROVE EYESIGHT : It contains antioxidant called proanthocyanidin, which increases blood flow to the capillaries of the eyes, useful in treatment of glaucoma, blurred vision, retinal damage or tired eyes.
  • Brewing Information for loose tea

    cold filtered O2 Rich Water Temperature Tea Leaves Time
    180 ml 80 -100℃ 5 Flowers/0.5 g 4 mins
  • The product though has medicinal values but is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Being natural product consistency and nutritional value may vary.


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