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Butterfly Pea Flower – Blue Healer
Butterfly Pea Flower tea is known as Anchan tea in Ayurveda, a holistic medical system that has been used in India for thousands of years.
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It serves as a symbol of safety, love, and serenity in religious rituals. It is connected to the strong Hindu goddess Aparajita, whose name is Sanskrit for “the victorious one.”
In addition to having spiritual significance, Butterfly Pea Flower is rich in nutrients that are good for your health, such as antioxidants like anthocyanin and pigments that naturally color foods and drinks.
A Southeast Asian natural plant called Butterfly Pea Flower (Clitoria ternatea) is frequently used to make tea. Moreover, you can find identical relatives flourishing in various regions of the planet, such as Central and South America. It is sometimes referred to as Blue Clitoria or Blue Butterfly Pea Tea.
Tea made from butterfly pea flowers is also used for its cosmetic benefits, promoting healthy-looking skin, hair, and eyes. Its deep blue hue serves as a natural dye. It is occasionally mixed with water and an acidic ingredient, like lemon, which alters the pH of the water and causes the hue to shift from blue to violet. Try it out; it’s really fantastic!
- May improve skin, hair and eye health*
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.
Size: 128 gr / 4.5 oz
How to use
Add 1/4 tsp to your favorite tea, lemonade, favorite meal, bath, face mask and beyond.
Enjoy up to three times per day.
Butterfly Pea (Clitoria ternatea) Flower*
ABOUT ANIMA MUNDI
Anima Mundi is a family owned and operated business. Anima Mundi seeks to bring together traditional medication and plant-based remedies to provide a grassroots healthcare solution. Drawing on the knowledge that the owner as acquired over the years, including tribal rainforest practices, Ayurveda, Chinese-Daoist Medicine and European alchemy, the products feature an array of herbs from across the globe. They believe that in doing so, they’re maintaining something sacred and meaningful in our lives: access to our past.
Adrina began the brand with a clear mission: connecting traditional remedies from Central and South America to modern-day ailments and imbalances. Since then, they have experienced sustainable growth with their apothecary now stocking more than 200 herbs sourced from all over the globe. Anima Mundi values eco-friendly development in both their harvasting practices and in their corporate policies. Aditionally, they invest in educating local farmers on how to employ ethical fair trade practices so that people of all backgrounds can benefit from these natural remedies.
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