Also known as Asian Pigeonwings, Clitoria ternatea, bluebellvine, blue pea, butterfly pea, cordofan pea or Darwin pea is a plant species belonging to the family Fabaceae. In India, it is revered as a holy flower, used in daily puja rituals. As a drink, when it comes to the color-changing powers of the butterfly pea flower, acid is the name of the game. This plant turns hot water—with a pH between 4 and 8—into shades of blue that range from deep cobalt to mesmerizing azure.
Benefits of Butterfly Pea (Clitoria Ternatea)
Improve eyesight, Improve hair growth, Improve skin, aphrodisiac,, antioxidant, Nootropic, diuretic, analgesic, boost brain power.The addition of Butterfly Pea Flower as a herb, is believed to provide skin healing benefits. This bar will provide a rich lather and long-lasting bubbles. The soap is as pretty to look at as it is great for your skin. The butterfly pea flower is one of the plants that contains anthocyanins, which have the potential to be used as an alternative indication of natural acids and bases. We have CONSUMMED this and made face masks for ourselves, I love it. I am the type of women who loves anything with dual purpose, so we boiled the flowers, strained them drained them, consumed it warm and cold and "COLD" is my favorite, you may find yourself in the bathroom so start off at home drinking this. I put the wet flowers in a device suitable for drying once they were ready I then turned them into a powder to create a facial mask I feel benefited my skin immediately and I LOVE IT.