Serenely azure in color, Butterfly Pea Flower is a vibrant vine that vigorously grows in the tropics. As the brilliant blue color of the flower and dye indicate to us, this plant is extremely high in antioxidants. Supporting eye and skin health, these antioxidants protect against premature aging and cellular damage due to excess exposure to sun and toxins.
Known in the Ayurvedic healing tradition to enhance memory and boost brain power, this herb is also renowned throughout Asia for promoting "dark, lustrous, thick hair" via its high bioflavonoid content. As it has been used throughout history for a myriad of benefits, Butterfly Pea is an exquisite example of nature's beauty and healing potential.
Dose: 5-15 drops, as needed
Tinctures are extractions of a single herb that provide a potent and convenient medium for consuming herbal medicine. Our tinctures are made with 100% organic, gluten-free cane sugar alcohol filtered by volcanic rock from the big island of Hawaii.
Ideal for on-the-go and travel scenarios, tinctures require no preparation for consumption. Simply drop the liquid on your tongue, under your tongue or in a glass of water. They can also be used topically to treat affected areas or to be absorbed via our largest organ, the skin.
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