Butterfly Pea Flowers are commonly used in South East Asia, particularly in Thai, Malay and Peranakan cuisine, and tea served with lime juice, lemongrass or pandan flavoured syrup. As a dye, it is popular among the health conscious who do not appreciate artificial colouring. In the age of social media, hop blue hues are definitely eye-catching and Instagram worthy. Think everything from rice to tea to ice-cream-- all infused with the blue pea flower extract. Plus, the natural colouring takes on deeper purple and magenta shades when mixed with acid, which makes an amazing galaxy lemonade, an irresistible combination of floral tea and freshly squeezed lemon.
- Reducing high blood pressure
- Good for women having irregular period
- Able to naturally control diabetic sugar level
- Natural remedy for diuretic problems
- Good for indigestion
- Natural asthma remedy
- Prevent cardiovascular diseases
- Natural remedy for cold
- Prevent dementia by improving our nervous system
- Use around 4-5pluck of flowers and add it into the teapot/jug
- Pour 350ml of boiled water at 90 degree celcius.
- Wait for 3minutes for diffusion and its ready to serve.
ALTERNATIVE WAY OF SERVING IT: Add ice, a table spoon of honey and squeeze a slice of lemon to have a colourful and refreshing drink.
Cautions: Keep out of reach of children.
Storage: Protect from direct sunlight.
Net Weight: 2gm X 15 pyramid teabag X 1 canister