This tea is savory - tasting of oregano and white peppercorn, with a light floral finish. Each small batch is hand blended to perfection using all natural, premium dried herbs, flowers and tea leaves, sourced from the highest quality heritage growers from around the world. The combination of the ingredients in this tea mildly suppress appetite as well as acts as a diuretic to support relief from bloating and loss of water weight.
Enjoy whenever you are feeling bloated or need a little nudge to stick to the diet of your choice or just in the mood for something deliciously refreshing. Recommended to drink hot or iced, sweet or un-sweet. Add lemon for enhanced flavor (adding fresh lemon juice also turns this beautiful blue tea purple!).
Bold and savory
The robustness of the ingredients means you really can't go wrong when brewing this delicious tea. Hot brew, cold brew or sun soak. 10oz of water for every 1 Tablespoon of Loose Leaf Tea. On the back of each bag contains details of recommended serving size and steeping instructions for your convenience.
- Contains small amounts of Caffeine (approximately 10 mg per serving)
- less than 5 calories per serving
Butterly Pea Flower, Thailand
Clitoria ternatea, or butterfly pea is a plant native to Asia. You may recognize it by its striking, vibrant blue flowers. It is also rich in anthocyanins, which are the antioxidant compounds responsible for its unique color. Some scientific studies suggest that butterfly pea flower may aid in weight loss, as well as skin hydration. Ternatins, which are found in butterfly pea flower, may also block the synthesis of fat cells in your body, as well as reduce blood sugar levels in the body. (Source)
Bai Mu Dan White Tea, China
White tea is made from the Camellia sinensis plant. Its leaves and buds are picked just before they are fully open, when they’re covered in fine white hairs. This is where white tea gets its name. Green tea and black tea are also made from the Camellia sinensis plant. However, different processing methods give them their unique flavors and aromas. White tea is the least processed of the three teas. Because of this, it retains a high amount of antioxidants. This is thought to be one reason why studies have linked white tea with many health benefits. For example, it may help reduce the risk of heart disease, combat skin aging and even help with weight loss. (Source)
White Peppercorn, Indonesia, Malaysia
White pepper comes from black pepper. Black pepper is known as the “King of Spices.” And this King of spices comes with another excellent culinary companion. That is white pepper. As the name rightfully suggests, white pepper comes in white and grey hues. They are similar in shape to black pepper. White pepper can have an earthy or a grassy flavor with a slight kick. A scientific study found that white pepper has higher antioxidants than black pepper. It means that white pepper has a higher capability to combat free- radicals. White pepper helps to reduce flatulence (gas). White pepper may help the digestive system by boosting gastric acid production. This acid is essential for digestion. White pepper contains a compound called capsaicin. This substance benefits in reducing headaches. White pepper may benefit in the improvement of cognitive brain functions. Moreover, it may also help in the prevention of brain cell degeneration. White pepper promotes energy synthesis in mitochondria. It is a cell component that is responsible for energy production. White pepper is also a source of manganese. This mineral is essential for many enzymes in mitochondria for energy production. (Source)
Oregano has a peppery, slightly bitter taste. This makes for a distinctly flavored tea. But people tend to drink oregano tea more for its potential health benefits than its flavor. Oils in oregano can also block the growth of organisms, including certain types of harmful bacteria and viruses. This means that oregano may have a role in treating or preventing certain types of infections. Traditionally, people have used oregano tea to soothe a variety of health issues, including nausea, digestive problems and to treat irritable bowel syndrome. Due to its potential diuretic properties, oregano has also been used to ease bloating and edema. (Source)
Lemon Peel, California, USA
Studies have determined that lemon peel is full of bioactive compounds that may provide numerous health benefits. Despite being consumed in small amounts, lemon peels are very nutritious. Lemon peel contains antibacterial substances that may inhibit microorganism growth. Lemon peel is high in antioxidants, including D-limonene and vitamin C. Lemon peel may have several antimicrobial and antifungal properties. A 1scientific study found that consuming dehydrated lemon peel showed improved immune responses. Some studies suggest that D-limonene may help treat gallstones — hard deposits that can develop in your gallbladder. (Source)
The herbal information provided is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. The information on this web site is not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Please see a medical professional about any health concerns you have and before beginning any herbal regimen.
1 Antioxidants combat or neutralize the damaging effects of free radicals. Free radicals are highly reactive particles that are produced in the body during normal metabolic functions, such as converting food to energy or detoxification.