Lost your Mojo? Guess what... This might just be what you need to find it again!

 

Plain and simple, this tea has the most beautiful blue colour yet is almost flavourless - making it perfect for use as a colouring agent without altering the desired taste of your finished creation! While it's a relatively new discovery for me personally, it's been used historically in Thailand, Malaysia and beyond as a drink in it's own right or an additive to drinks or foods for it's colour and health enhancing properties. Google it's uses, it's fascinating!

 

Where to begin? You might be different but I find myself being much more drawn to drinking BLUE water (NO artificial anything) than ordinary clear water. Thus the increase of my water intake has been significant... without any effort. By now I am also observing very positive feedback from everyone else who's tried it.

 

So, what's the story? I first was introduced to Butterfly Pea Flower Tea as an almost tasteless herbal tea, unless you add something tasty to it. Since then I've been using every spare minute to research and experiment and am pleased to say it's all good news. I'm loving it! Please keep in mind that you can overdo anything, including good things. From what I have read so far, one to three cups daily seems to be the general usage. In my excitement I temporarily w-a-y overdid it! Thankfully there were no noticeable side effects.

 

Butterfly Pea Flower is reputed for it's help with: Eyesight, hair growth, skin, concentration & memory, libido, promoting normal urination, lowering high blood pressure, calming, inhibiting glucose intake from diet, reducing fever, depression and anxiety. Also as an antioxidant, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, expectorant, anti-microbial, anti-convulsant.

 

Ingredients: Butterfly Pea Flowers (Clitoria ternatea), dried. Chemical-free.

BLUE Mojo Tea, 50gm

AU$10.00Price
  • Store in an airtight container out of direct sunlight and below 30C.

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