Butterfly Pea Flower & You

Butterfly Pea Flower & You

The butterfly pea flower has many surprises within its delicate petals. 

Native to Asia, this vibrant flower resembles the shape of the female clitoris, hence its scientific name, Clitoria Ternatea. It only seems fitting then that the flower is used as a key ingredient in teas and holistic medicines to help ease muscular pain, reduce menstrual cramps, relieve stress and more. 

Not only does the butterfly pea flower aid in women’s reproductive health, it also provides us with other amazing wellness benefits.

Many studies have shown that butterfly pea flower:

  • Acts as a potent aphrodisiac for both women and men
  • Aids in normal sperm production
  • Increase skin hydration and boosts collagen for healthy, smooth skin
  • Improves eyesight
  • Strengthens hair follicles and boosts hair growth
  • Contains antioxidant properties, which support overall health
  • Helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels, healthy blood sugar regulation and a healthy body weight
  • Enhances memory, aides in managing depression, anxiety, stress and ADHD

With such an array of wonderful benefits, who wouldn’t want to incorporate this beautiful herb into their wellness routine?

We make it easy for you with the flourishing blend of Bloom Tea. With notes of butterfly pea flower, passion fruit, hibiscus and rose hips, you can taste its nurturing embrace with each sweet sip. And because we love rituals, we encourage you to try the ritual we created especially for Bloom Tea to help you we flourish and intentionally create the life you want to live.

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