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5 Benefits of Butterfly Tea.

5 Benefits of Butterfly Tea

Hello, Welcome to Tea Jubliee! My name is Rebekah Kann, The admin of this wonderful site. 🙂

Have you ever saw something in a restaurant that you just go “oh wow” Yeah? Well, you’re in luck because I have just a cup of tea for you to say that when you see this tea. When you see this you might want to have the recipe and if so, let me know by giving me your feedback.

5 Benefits of Butterfly Tea. did you just ask what this is? I’m glad you’re asking me that question. I have 7 different health benefits of this very bright tea. Enjoy reading and let me know what you think of this tea! 🙂


Butterfly pea flower tea comes from an Asian blue pea flower, also known as the pigeonwings (Clitoria ternatea). The flower is famous in various Asian countries, such as Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, China, and India.

People use it for cooking ingredients, natural food coloring, traditional medicines, and herbal drinks. You know the benefits of ginger, licorice root, and other herbal teas, but not everyone can explain the butterfly pea flower tea benefits.

This tea is more famous for its unique color after brewing. While the blue color is beautiful, the tea also offers various benefits.

Interested in brewing butterfly pea flower? Read all about the 5 Benefits of Butterfly Tea

So here is the first question that some have asked me.

“Rebekah, what is Butterfly pea flower tea?”

Butterfly pea flower tea comes from an Asian blue pea flower, also known as the pigeonwings (Clitoria ternatea). The flower is famous in various Asian countries, such as Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, China, and India.

People use it for cooking ingredients, natural food coloring, traditional medicines, and herbal drinks.

The blue pea flower can change the color of the water after brewing. Depending on the water’s pH, it can turn bluish to bright blue. Tea Tip. I would suggest you see if you can have a clear glass teapot and make it in that, so you can see how it changes.

Did you do that? did you see how colorful it is? it’s amazing to see how this works right in front of your eyes.

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Adding other ingredients such as lemongrass, lemon juice, and spices can turn the color to pink and even purple. People drink this tea cold or hot, especially after a meal.

The Ayurvedic medicine tradition regards the flower as a tranquilizing, sedative, stress-reducing, and memory-enhancing herb. You can find this tea at high-end hotels and spas in Vietnam or Thailand.

Here is 1 Recipe for you. 

Brew butterfly pea flower the right way to get the best tea flavor. If you have dry blue flowers in a loose form, here are the steps to brew them properly.

  1. Boil 6 cups of water in a saucepan.
  2. Remove water from the heat.
  3. Add 4 teaspoons of loose butterfly pea flower into the saucepan.
  4. Steep for 5 to 8 minutes, depending on the color and flavor you want.
  5. Strain the tea and pour it into a jug.
  6. Pour the tea into cups and add lemon juice, honey, or mint as you like.


Side Note: If you want to enjoy cold tea, let the beverage in the jug cool down before placing it in the fridge. Place ice cubes into the glass before pouring the tea.

“Is Blue Tea A New Concept?”

No, blue tea has been around in the market for ages. Thanks to popularisation through travel blogs and shows, the blue tea leaves are now becoming more easily and widely available for consumption in stores and supermarkets. They are regularly being purchased for purchase by tea connoisseurs around the world for their various health benefits and uses.

Blue tea was available in the market earlier too as Oolong or Black dragon tea, but it has only gained popularity very recently, that’s why reading 5 Benefits of Butterfly Tea is great! so that when someone asks you about this tea, you can be smart and talk all about it.

Uses Of Blue Tea And Where It Is Found.

The butterfly-pea is also known as blue pea or pigeonwings and it is a plant common to most Southeast Asian countries. The deep blue color of the flower’s petals has traditionally been used to make dye. The tea is popular in Thailand and Vietnam, where it is served post-dinner, usually with lemon and honey added to it. Adding lemon juice to the tea changes the pH of the drink, making it change color from deep blue to purple.

Ok, Before I go any further, let me just say this real quick. WOW! I had no idea how great this tea is! With the color changes to the health benefits and more, this tea is something you won’t want to miss out on. I have made it and if you’re about to ask. Does it taste it good?”

I can say Yes! It has this taste of mild green tea with hints of the sweetener you add (I don’t like my teas sweet so..) But this tea is not only Good for you but it has so much to offer your health! Ok, back to 5 Benefits of Butterfly Tea


5 Benefits of Butterfly Tea!

1: Ageing. This tea slows down the aging process as it has antioxidant properties that protect the skin from free radical damage. It also helps to heal any skin issues making it healthy and supple. The antioxidants can also protect the overall health from damage.

2: Flavonoids. This tea is rich in flavonoids that enhance cardiovascular health and reduces the risk of many heart diseases.

3: Glowing skin and healthy hair. Regular consumption of this tea gives you glowing and healthy skin. It heals all kinds of irritations and inflammations on the skin making it glowing and supple. This tea also gives your skin calming and soothing effects. This tea is beneficial for hair growth.

4: Enhances cognitive health. Butterfly pea flower tea has positive impacts on our cognitive health and enhances it. It also relieves your stress and provides you with a calm and positive feeling. It’s a completely non-toxic herb that has many positive impacts on our body.

5: Weight loss. This tea contains zero carbs, fats, and cholesterol which aids in weight loss as well. It purifies the gut from all food impurities, enhances appetite, and regulates the digestion process, which is why 5 Benefits of Butterfly Tea. is perfect for you!

And there you have it, 5 Benefits of Butterfly Tea. But before you head off to read more about this tea and other teas I have on here, I want you to check this next link I have. Click here. It’s on my brother’s website. he started this site a few weeks ago and I am helping him out by linking it from my site. Enjoy this one too. yes, it’s a coffee site.

I know what your thinking. “Rebekah!? We love our tea more!” But let me say something. (Zak is the name of my brother) and he wants more traffic to his site and so I chatted with him about linking to him to help him out. Get it now? 🙂 Good!

Thank you for reading, if you liked this check out more posts just like this one here. Click here to find out about a tea that even I didn’t know about before writing this post all about Yerba Mate tea.

And that’s it for now but please let me know what you think of this site and the posts on here. I look forward to hearing your feedback. 🙂

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