Safflower Tea – Loose Leaf Tea – Herbal Tea – Edible Flowers

£4.95 -36%

Directions:
Add approximately 1-2 tablespoons of herb to 1 liter of mineral water in a stainless steel pan (no non-stick). Bring the water to the boil and let to steep for 5-10 minutes depending on required taste. Repeat and reuse the herb over the next 2 days, up to another 2-4 times. Subsequent brews may get slightly stronger before weaker as all the plants compounds release.

Ingredients:
Pure Loose Leaf Tea – Herbal Tea Made Simple
*Grown without the use of chemicals.

ABOUT VIBRANT HEALTH

Not tested on animals. Every batch and product tested, nourished on humans prior to sale. In-house research via scientifically third party funded and independent research studies to create our formulas.

Wild harvested plants, chemical free farming. Our products are presented vacuum sealed, we cold press, while utilising steam and natural biocompatible heating elements to create our magic. Keeping plants as nutrient rich and intact as possible.

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Safflower, scientifically known as Carthamus tinctorius, is a highly branched, herbaceous, thistle-like annual plant. It is cultivated for its seeds, which are sources of safflower oil, and its flowers, used in coloring and flavoring foods. Safflower oil is praised for its health benefits, primarily due to its nutritional content, including unsaturated fats, omega-6 fatty acids, and vitamin E. Here are some of the notable health benefits associated with safflower:

Heart Health: Safflower oil is rich in unsaturated fats, particularly linoleic acid (a type of omega-6 fatty acid), which can help lower LDL (bad) cholesterol levels and minimize the risk of heart disease when used in place of saturated and trans fats.

Skin Health: Safflower oil is often used in skincare products due to its hydrating and moisturizing properties. It can help improve skin texture and reduce dryness. The oil is also rich in vitamin E, an antioxidant that can protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals.

Anti-inflammatory Properties: The oil contains compounds that may have anti-inflammatory effects, helping to reduce inflammation in the body. This can be beneficial for conditions such as arthritis.

Blood Sugar Regulation: Consuming safflower oil might help in managing blood sugar levels, making it beneficial for people with diabetes. Its unsaturated fats can improve insulin sensitivity, which helps in the regulation of blood sugar.

Immune System Support: The linoleic acid in safflower oil can support the immune system by promoting the production of prostaglandins, which play a role in immune response and inflammation regulation.

Weight Management: Some studies suggest that safflower oil can aid in weight loss and body fat reduction. However, results are mixed, and it should be consumed in moderation as part of a balanced diet.

Hair Health: Safflower oil is used in various hair care products. It can help nourish the scalp, promote hair growth, and improve the overall health of your hair due to its oleic acid content.

Weight 30 g
Dimensions 12 × 2.5 × 14.8 cm
Herbal Extraction
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