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Blue Butterfly Pea Flowers | Anthelmintic and Anti-Parasitic

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Beautiful Blue Butterfly Pea Flower tea, not only does it hold spiritual significance, but it also offers a plethora of health benefits including being anthelmintic/ anti-parasitic.

Historically, butterfly pea tea was considered a natural remedy for symptoms of numerous ailments, including fever, inflammation, arthritic pain due to collagen degradation, worm infestations and diabetes.

Because it’s rich in antioxidants, butterfly pea flowers can help combat oxidative stress and free radicals, two major contributors to ageing and disease development.

Butterfly pea flower has been shown to have antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory actions due to the presence of compounds p-coumarin acid and delphinidin glucoside. Research suggests it may help support healthy digestion and gut health, which is highly linked to immune function, and protect the gastrointestinal tract from spasms, nausea, heartburn and ulcers. It can also potentially support detoxification and the liver’s ability to remove harmful waste from the body, since it acts as a mild laxative and natural diuretic.

Additionally, and more importantly when we are looking at successful parasite cleansing, Clitoria ternatea has been found to have anthelmintic properties, so it’s beneficial to be used to help treat parasitic infections.

And if you want further reason to brew a cup, its packed with powerful antioxidants like anthocyanin, promoting overall well-being while enhancing the beauty of your skin, hair, and eyes.

One of the most remarkable features of our Butterfly Pea Flower tea is its vibrant blue hue, which can be used as a natural dye. When combined with water and an acidic ingredient like lemon, the tea undergoes a mesmerising transformation, turning from blue to a stunning violet shade. 

Zeally Herbs provides referenced information for educational purposes only and does not make any therapeutic claims for any of their products. Please seek advice from a healthcare provider if you wish to use herbs for therapeutic purposes. Nothing contained in this site is intended to be used as medical advice and it is not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, nor should it be a substitute for your own health professional's advice. Please contact your health care professional and seek advice prior to use if you have parasites and any health concerns. Always remember that herbs are powerful and should be taken in small doses. Every individual is different so should you have a negative reaction, reduce or stop dosage and seek the guidance of your health care professional.

Girl drinking Butterfly Pea Tea in a Veggie Garden


Healing Blue Butterfly Pea Latte


  • 2 Tbsp Butterfly Pea flowers
  • 1 tsp sweetener (honey)
  • 1 tsp Zeally Herbs Mucuna
  • Pinch ground cinnamon
  • 2 Tbsp boiling water
  • 1 cup oat or coconut milk


  1. Place the flowers in the boiling water and leave to steep until a beautiful blue
  2. Strain the water into a mug. Add remaining ingredients and stir well
  3. Then add your warmed (or frothed) milk to the cup, and enjoy!