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Marshmallow Flowers Among Teas Women Love

Marshmallow Flowers

Here are five flower teas that we want to feature and share with you.

We chose these for best timing for upcoming Mother’s Day.

Let’s celebrate with our customers to honour the women in our lives with Rose Buds, Chamomile, Hibiscus, Marshmallow Flowers (featured), and Ballerina.

Rose Buds
Rose Buds

Rose Buds

Superb remedy for being under the weather this rose bud infusion also makes a great night cuppa.
Rose has been widely consumed in Asia as the woman’s drink for its female wellbeing properties.
The Vitamin C content makes Rose great for skin toning niggly throats and the common cold.  A popular infusion that tastes great with a little drizzle of honey.
Chamomile
Chamomile

Chamomile

Great as a before-bed cuppa for adults and children. It may help to calm the nerves and sooth the eczematic body.

Traditional use for chamomile includes relaxing common cold digestive system complaints menstrual cramps nervousness and sleeplessness.

Besides a good night cup for kids Chamomile is also great for kids’ mild cough and babies’ teething discomfort.

https://teas.com.au/organic-chamomile.html

Hibiscus
Hibiscus

Hibiscus

Hibiscus is a great summer beverage hot or iced. Rich in Vitamin C and flavonoids, the beautiful Hibiscus ruby colour infusion may help the appetite to return and fight against cold and flu.

Traditionally Hibiscus (also known as Rozelle / Rosella / Karkarde) is also used for relieving skin complaints when applying the infusion topically and drunk for lowering blood pressure.

A recent radio interview in Australia suggests hibiscus may help relieving arthritis.

https://teas.com.au/hibiscus-whole.html

Marshmallow Flowers
Marshmallow Flowers

Marshmallow Flowers

Since ancient Roman time marshmallow (Malva Sylvestris mallow flower) has been used as food and medicine.

Historically it has been used as an anti-flammatory for coughs or other irritations of the mouth and the throat. Some cosmetic company use it in facial cream as it is properted to relieve dry facial skin.
Marshmallow flowers have a magical blue infusion is very light in taste. Add lemon juice and it will turn pink!
Ballerina
Ballerina

Ballerina *WILDCARD*

Simply drop the Ballerina bouquet tea ball into a jug or teapot add boiling water slowly and watch it open into a bloom of white tea leaves carefully hand strung with flowers.
With the wonderful fragrance and taste accompanied with the goodness of tea each ball serves 6–10 cups.
This tea ball is individually packed in lightly vacuum bag to keep its freshness and delicate red flower at the top.
White tea is known for its rarity and superb health benefits.
If you like Jasmine Green Tea this tea is for you – or as a little gift for someone special!
Many tea balls in the market is made of green tea but this one is made of white tea leaves.

https://teas.com.au/ballerina-bouquet-tea-ball.html


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