Blueberry Leaf Hydrosol


We all know blueberries are amazing but did you know that blueberry leaves have 30 times the antioxidants of the berries. Such a great reason to add this tea into your daily routine.

This hydrosol is a powerful anti-inflammatory. It contains gallic acid and anthocyanins both of which are water soluble phenols and so available in the hydrosol. Inflammation is the root of so many health issues from arthritis to allergies. Gallic acid, which is in blueberry leaves, has been shown to work synergistically with pharmaceutical anti-inflammatory medications, making them more effective. This is a highly effective way to boost your prescription anti-inflammatory medicines with a natural tea that is soothing and has so many benefits.

Anthocyanins are water soluble flavonoids known to be great for improving eye health as well as helping to reduce the risk of diabetes. They have anti-viral, anti-cancer properties as well.

Blueberry leaves have a wonderful slightly sweet flavor that is tasty hot or cold. I harvest the leaves from an organic farm here in Central Florida where the nutritional content is the utmost priority.


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This product comes in a 2 oz spray bottle and can be easily carried in a purse so that you can use it anytime, anywhere.  Try it on your skin for a wonderful moisturizing wake up.

As always our products are all organic and made with years of working with bamboo and other medicinal plants.


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