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Flower therapy: Aparajita flowers!

Aug. 28, 2021, 5:51 p.m. by Karuwaki Speaks ( 556 views)

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Butterfly flower power tea has several health benefits.

Flower therapy: aparajita flowers | Karuwakispeaks

Consuming this tea regularly can improve the overall health of the brain, skin, hair, and body.

1. Anti-Diabetic:

A cup of blue tea taken between meals will help regulate blood sugar levels.

Since, blue tea reduces the blood sugar level, diabetics should be cautious about the rate at which it’s taken.

2. Improves Eyesight:

These flowers play a vital role in treating various eye problems and improve eyesight. The antioxidant of butterfly pea Proanthocyanidin increases the blood flow in the eye capillaries.

Flower therapy: aparajita flowers | Karuwakispeaks

3. Treats Neurological Disorder:

From ancient times, Aparajita flower are used in Ayurveda treatment of schizophrenia & other neurological disorders and shows promising effects of memory improvement. Also, has a wide spectrum of neurological benefits, particularly as antidepressants, anxiolytics, and antipyretics.

4. Healing Wound:

The Leaves extracted from the Aparajita plant also have properties that reduce inflammation.

Aparajita extracts have natural anti – inflammatory properties which make it very useful for combating any kind of inflammation in the body.

Flower therapy: aparajita flowers | Karuwakispeaks

5. Lowers blood pressure:

Consumption of butterfly pea flower tea can help reduce blood pressure.

6. Improves skin health:

Blue butterfly pea is rich in antioxidants. It can slow down the skin aging process, prevent premature aging, and improve overall skin tone and texture.

7. Improves hair health:

Butterfly pea nourishes hair follicles, promotes hair growth, reduces hair fall, and slows down the greying of hair.

A cup of Butterfly Pea tea every day can help reduce fatigue and bring about a sense of calm due to the herb's anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties.


Comments (5)

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Swadhina15 8 months, 3 weeks ago
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Swadhina15 8 months, 3 weeks ago
Nice
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Mini 8 months, 2 weeks ago
So many health benefits in the flower...thanks for the information.
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Rumi 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Interesting article....will surely try the blue tea!
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AnonymousUser 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Very nice reading!