Blue Ivy Flower

Blue tea, as the name suggests, is a beverage native to South East Asia with a distinctive blue color made from the flowers of the Clitoria ternatea plant.
Blue tea is a popular food trend lately because of its wonderful benefits to human health, such as promoting weight loss, detoxifying the body, calming the mind, enriching skin texture and improving hair growth.
Clitoria ternatea is a plant from the Fabaceae family and is commonly found in South East Asian countries such as Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, India and Sri Lanka. The bright blue leaves from the flowers of the butterfly pea plant have been used throughout the region for centuries as a component of herbal tea drinks as well as in cooking. Blue flower, when kept in warm or hot water, gives its blue color, besides being used as a dye, it adds color to various traditional dishes.
The impressive nutritional profile of blue tea makes it a great weight loss drink as well as a refreshing drink to cool the body when served cold. Blue tea, which is a naturally caffeine-free and completely herbal blend, is also a storehouse of antioxidants, just like Green Tea.