A recipe that puts a new spin on the infamous Butterfly Pea Tea!
Butterfly Pea Flower
If you're up to date on the current tea trends, then you've definitely heard about Butterfly Pea tea. It's become popular as of late because of its fun color-changing ability. But, the tea itself is steeped deep in mythological culture and history. In India, the flower is named after the Hindu goddess, Aparajita, and is regularly used in daily ceremonial rituals.
Natural Health Boost
The butterfly pea flower is packed full of antioxidants, specifically ternatin. Which also gives the flower and the tea it produces, it's vivid coloring. Ternatin has shown consistent mitigation of inflammation through scientific research and has also shown promising results in suppressing cancer cell growth.