The Ulysses Butterfly is one of Tropical North Queensland’s most distinctive and unique butterfly species, the sight of which in flight is unforgettable as their intense blue wings glisten in the sunlight. Ulysses tea is as blue as the Ulysses Butterfly and, with its beneficial blend of herbs, just as memorable, possibly even more so because when you add a splash of fresh lemon it transforms to a vibrant purple!
Tasmanian Native Kunzea is noted for its unique composition, including a very high level of alpha-pinene, and has been used for centuries by native cultures to reduce fever, soothe tired muscles and expedite recovery from injuries and over-exertion.
Lemon Myrtle from Queensland, home of the beautiful Ulysses Blue butterfly, has antibacterial properties to soothe a sore throat and clear a congested chest, and It may be the high calcium and magnesium content naturally found in lemon myrtle which relieves pain and calms nerves. Calcium helps muscles contract and Magnesium helps them relax, acting smoothly and rhythmically in perfect harmony. Magnesium is found in every part of the body and is credited with being the possible answer to almost every ailment
Recognised for its medicinal properties for thousands of years by Indigenous Australians, it is only in recent years that the rest of the world has realised that dry leaf Lemon Myrtle has been shown to produce a variety of health benefits to rival any well known ‘superfood’. Leaf analysis shows Australian Lemon Myrtle contains the highest quality essential oil and many other important and beneficial compounds
Tea containing lemon myrtle comes with a number of benefits that help you maintain a healthy body. Even if you find this tea extremely refreshing, do not be tempted to drink more than just a single cup a day. Apparently you can have too much of a good thing! Most importantly, do not drink it on an empty stomach at the beginning of a day.
Tasmanian Organic Lemon Balm is what’s known as a “carminative herb”, meaning it can relieve stagnant digestion, ease abdominal cramping, and have a profound impact on reducing gas, bloating and nausea whilst promoting the overall digestive process.
Butterfly-Pea flowers are rich in calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc, iron, manganese and sodium so this tea is very rich in vitamins and minerals too, consequently it greatly improves immunity and treats chronic fatigue .It also has proven pain relieving and anti-inflammatory properties One of the many benefits is its antioxidant properties and it is also known for reducing stress and anxiety, helping you relax and get a good night’s sleep, as well as helping improve brain function and memory.