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Organic Butterfly Pea – 3 month cure – 9 packets

Organic Butterfly Pea – 3 month cure – 9 packets

Regular price 83,00€
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The Butterfly Pea flower, native to Southeast Asia, is very popular in Thailand, Indonesia and Taiwan. It has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine.

Its powerful antioxidants and naturally occurring chemical compounds have effects:
- Relaxing / Anti-stress (calming effect, helps reduce stress and anxiety)
- Muscle relaxant (relaxes muscles, nerves and promotes blood circulation)
- Nootropic (Improves cognitive functions, memory by acting on the hippocampus)
- Radiant and supple skin (anthocyanins increase the levels of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid contained in the skin)
- Eye health (proanthocyanidin helps improve eyesight by increasing circulation in the eye capillaries)


Our Butterfly Pea flowers can be consumed as a hot infusion, in a cocktail or in a salad.

To infuse ⏱️: 10 flowers for 3 minutes for 1l of water.

Taste: subtle floral and slightly sweet taste. As an infusion, goes very well with ginger and lemon. Something to delight your eyes and your taste buds :-)

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🌿 Impeccable quality:
Our Superfoods are grown and harvested in an artisanal way, by hand. All our farmers work organically and use traditional drying techniques (natural, in the shade).

👨‍🌾 Responsible production:
We select each partner farmer ourselves for their know-how and the quality of their production. There is no middleman, from the seed to you!

👫A united impact:
Our products are packaged by workers with disabilities in ESAT in France. They are also the ones who prepare and send all our packages.


Free delivery from 50€ in Metropolitan France, from 70€ in Europe and from 100€ for the rest of the world.

Delivery possible in:
🇫🇷 Metropolitan France 2 to 3 days via Colissimo
🇪🇺 Europe 2 to 5 working days
🌍 To the rest of the world 6 to 12 working days

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Customer Reviews

Based on 128 reviews


Sylvia Carletti
Très efficace

Très délicat, la couleur me détend déjà et c'est un plaisir de savourer ce thé il me fait bailler, je me sens super bien.

Très bien

Goût plutôt neutre à associer avec d'autres plantes calmantes mais belle qualité de produit.


Can I drink blue tea every day?

Regarding the dose to consume per day: no restrictions either! Butterfly Pea is not dangerous for your health.

However, we recommend one to two cups per day containing 5 to 10 dried Butterfly Pea flowers, organic of course!

Be careful not to take a nosedive if you drink too much!

When to consume Butterfly Pea infusion?

Of course, you can consume it whenever you want, there is no obligation when it comes to relaxing with your little infusion. However, we want to project you into drinking your blue tea. Indeed, given the benefits it contains, a Butterfly Pea ritual is welcome!

You should know that in Thailand and Taiwan, Butterfly Peas are eaten following special moments. In fact, they are in the habit of drinking a violet infusion after leaving the Spa or any other relaxing activity because it acts on the nervous system as we told you above.

We therefore advise you to drink it after this type of activity such as meditation or at the end of the day in order to relax your muscles and your mind. Relax Max, in other words!

Contraindication and side effects of Butterfly Pea

There are no side effects when consuming blue tea today. However, overconsumption can cause nausea and diarrhea.

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should avoid blue tea because there is not enough data on possible side effects in these cases.

Finally, we wanted to emphasize that only flowers are consumable. The seeds and roots are not and could cause diarrhea, nausea and diuresis!

How to consume Butterfly Pea flower?

There are many ways to consume the Butterfly Pea flower. This can include hot or cold infusions, cocktails with alcohol (or without obviously), making ice cubes, lattes... But that's not all! You can also add the whole flowers as is in a salad to bring colorful notes and a floral and slightly sweet taste.

In short: have fun with its color, you are the culinary artist. Why not use it as food coloring?

Statut de Novel Food et Interdiction de vente en Europe

Le pois papillon est utilisé depuis très longtemps en Asie du Sud-Est, où la plante est consommée sous forme d’infusion ou utilisée comme colorant alimentaire.
L’Union Européenne l’a classé comme “Novel Food” (Nouvel aliment) et ne l’a pas autorisé au titre du règlement UE 2015/2283.
De ce fait, tous les produits à base de fleurs de pois papillon que ce soit les nôtres ou ceux d’autres fabricants ne sont plus commercialisables en France et en Europe. Nous rappelons donc nos produits uniquement en France et en Europe. Pour en savoir plus sur ce lien .