top of page

Derived from a plant that is common to most South East Asian countries butterfly pea flower tea has been brewed for centuries but has only recently been introduced to tea drinkers outside the indigenous area. Blue tea flowers are used for their supposed medicinal properties in Ayurveda.


Dried blue pea flowers yield a brew that is stunning in color and that can be enjoyed with lemon (turns the blue to pink!) and honey as a cold or hot drink.



  • Natural Detox
  • Blood Sugar Stabilizer
  • Rich Antioxidant (ternatins)
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Supports Skin & Hair Health

  • Immune Booster

  • Brain Booster (Enhance memory, ADHD, & Alzheimer's)

  • Stress Buster

  • EyeSight

  • Promotes Weight Loss


Additional Info

  • RECOMMENDED: With Water
  • AROMA: Flowery
  • SERVING: Hot

Pure Blue Pea Flower (Blue Fresca)

Price Options
One-time purchase
Blue Pea Monthly
Subscribe & Save 15%
$6.37every month until canceled
  • Size

    25g / 0.88 oz. (10+ Cups)
    Comes In A Light Resistant Resealable Pouch

  • Other Powerful Antioxidants

    Additionally, the plant contains several other antioxidants, including:

    • Kaemphferol. This compound has been studied extensively for its cancer-fighting properties. *
    • p-Coumaric acid. Some research suggests that p-coumaric acid could have anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antiviral effects, which may help protect against disease. *
    • Delphinidin-3,5-glucoside.  May help stimulate immune function and cause cell death in colorectal cancer cells *

    Cited From The US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health.

bottom of page