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Butterfly pea flowers, native to Southeast Asia, has been a staple in traditional medicine, cuisine, and cultural rituals for generations. It is known by various names, such as "bunga telang" in Malaysia and "dok anchan" in Thailand. For centuries, they have been used in Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine systems. In Ayurveda, they were believed to have cooling properties and were used to balance the body's doshas, particularly Pitta. In TCM, butterfly pea flowers were used to promote vitality, cognition, and to soothe inflammation.


In recent years, modern science has taken an interest in butterfly pea flowers due to their rich content of bioactive compounds, including anthocyanins and flavonoids, which contribute to its deep blue color, also found in bluberrries, blackberries and cherries. These compounds are known for their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which help protect the body from oxidative stress and reduce the risk of chronic diseases.


Additionally, a few studies have shown that butterfly pea flowers may offer benefits for eye health. The flower's anti-inflammatory properties help alleviate discomfort from conditions like conjunctivitis, while its promotion of healthy blood circulation supports optimal eye function. Butterfly pea flowers may also enhance vision in low-light conditions and offer protection against UV damage, contributing to overall eye well-being.

Our Butterfly Pea Flower Infused Honey is loaded with antioxidants from both the honey and the butterfly pea flowers. As a result, this thick honey has a stunning dark blue hue that adds a vibrant blue/purple color to any drinks or food while sweetening it at the same time. 


How to enjoy this vibrant blue honey? Here are a few delightful ways to use our butterfly pea flower infused honey, both in culinary and skincare applications:


Blue Elixir Tea: Brew a cup of butterfly pea flower tea and sweeten it with a spoonful of butterfly pea honey. Watch as the tea transforms into a vibrant blue elixir. Sip and savor the sweet, floral notes while benefiting from the antioxidants.

Butterfly Bliss Smootie: Add a dollop of butterfly pea honey to your favorite fruit smoothie for a burst of color and flavor. The rich blue hue will make your smoothie a visual feast while adding a touch of natural sweetness.

Azure Drizzle Pancakes: Drizzle butterfly pea honey over a stack of pancakes for a dazzling and delicious breakfast. The sweet, floral notes of the honey will complement the warm, buttery pancakes, creating a memorable morning treat.

Blue Majesty Parfait: Layer yogurt, granola, and fresh fruits in a glass, and drizzle butterfly pea honey over the top. The striking blue honey will not only add a burst of color but also infuse a unique, sweet flavor to your parfait.

Blue Velvet Toast: Spread a layer of butterfly pea honey onto a slice of toasted bread. You can enjoy it as is or add a sprinkle of nuts or seeds for added texture and flavor. This makes for a simple yet delightful snack.

Face Mask Infusion: Mix a small amount of butterfly pea honey with natural ingredients like yogurt or aloe vera gel, to create a soothing and hydrating face mask. Apply it to your skin for a refreshing and revitalizing experience. The honey's natural propeties help soothes skin irritation, reduce redness and promote healthy glowing skin.

Hair Treatment: Combine butterfly pea honey with a carrier oil like coconut or olive oil for a nourishing hair treatment. Apply it to your hair and scalp, leave it on for a while, and then rinse for soft, lustrous locks.

DIY Lip Balm: Blend butterfly pea honey with a bit of beeswax and coconut oil to create a homemade lip balm. This will not only provide natural moisture to your lips but also give them a subtle tint.


Butterfly Pea Flower Infused Honey

  • Earthy richness with nutty undertones, delicately accented by a hint of red bean sweetness.