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Rose flower tea is delicious and has lots of benefits such as supporting your digestion, improving the skin, and helping you to de-stress after a busy working day. As it’s caffeine free and near zero in calories, it’s suitable for any time of the day. See […]
Notes on blending Chrysanthemum flowers and Rosebuds with loose leaf tea.
Life can be really stressful. Whether you’re a student trying desperately to keep up with course work that seems impossible, a mother trying to juggle multiple lives, a business professional trying to meet tough deadlines- stress can take a major toll. That can manifest in […]
There is something really romantic about the idea of Blooming flower teas. That you can put these dry fragrant buds in a teapot or teacup and when you pour hot water on them – they come alive. Flowers bloom and unfurl in the steam and […]
Osmanthus is a beautiful yellow flower grown in Southern China. Due to its sweet fragrance, it is commonly used for making Chinese tea blends or making desserts, or even being steeped on its own. The high concentrations of antioxidants and the melanin inhibition of osmanthus may […]
Lavender has long been known for its sweet smell and calming effect. Not only that, lavender’s anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiseptic properties, make it great for treating wounds. It stimulates the cells of a wound to regenerate more quickly and prevent scarring. It’s also useful for treating […]
With spring coming – yellow is definitely on the mind. Golden sunlight, highlights in your hair, shorts and cool cotton dresses, tall glasses of lemonade and, maybe the most important of all, yellow flowers. Tulips, daisies, buttercups and, in terms of tea Chrysanthemum. Golden sweet tea made […]
With spring in the air, it’s hard not to have flowers on the mind. As spring slowly begins to peek out so do pink and yellow flower buds where you forgot they were – in bushes, in the grass, in the once barren trees. As […]