100% Organic Dried Butterfly Pea Powder
- Product Name:Butterfly Pea Flower Powder
- Appearance :Blue Powder
- Certificate:Halal, Kosher, ISO22000,COA
Butterfly Pea first gained its reputation as a powerful hair strengthener in the traditional Thai medicine. Butterfly pea flower powder is one of the best natural blue pigments for beverages and food. It is made from dried flowers of clitoria ternatea, which is also called blue pea, butterfly pea, asian pigeonwings, bluebellvine, cordofan pea and darwin pea. The butterfly pea flower powder is water soluble and it is free of calories, fat and sugar. The blue color is from the main ingredient anthocyanin. PH value can change the color of butterfly pea flower powder in the solution. When the solution is acidic, the color will change to purple, even red; while the solution is alkaline, the color will be green. It also provide anthocyanin to improve eyesight.
- Boosts brain health
- Lowers blood pressure
- Helps with digestion
- Serves as antidepressant
- Strengthen healthy hair growth
- Keeps skin glowing and protects it from premature aging
- Good for eyesight
- Aphrodisiac properties
- Caffeine free
- Rich in anti-inflammatory compounds
|Item of Analysis||Specification||Results|
|Color||Blue Fine Powder||Conforms|
|Particle Size||100%through 400 meshes||Complies|
|Loss on Drying||8.0% max||3.7%|
|Total Heavy Metals||10ppm Max||Conform|
|Lead (Pb)||2ppm NMT||Conform|
|Arsenic (As)||2ppm NMT||Conform|
|Cadmium (Cd)||2ppm NMT||Conform|
|Mercury (Hg)||0.5ppm NMT||Conform|
|Total Plate Count||3000cfu/g Max||Conform|
|Yeast & Mold||300cfu/g Max||Conform|
- In Southeast Asia the flower is used as a natural food colouring.
- In Malay cooking, an aqueous extract is used to colour glutinous rice for kuih ketan (also known as pulut tai tai or pulut tekan in Peranakan/Nyonya cooking) and in nyonya chang.
- In Kelantan, east part of Malaysia, by adding a few buds of this flower in a pot while cooking white rice will add bluish tint on the rice which is served with other side dishes and such meal is called nasi kerabu.
- In Thailand, a syrupy blue drink is made called nam dok anchan , it is sometimes consumed with a drop of sweet lime juice to increase acidity and turn the juice into pink-purple.
- In Burmese and Thai cuisines, the flowers are also dipped in batter and fried.
- Butterfly pea flower tea is made from the ternatea flowers and dried lemongrass and changes color depending on what is added to the liquid, with lemon juice turning it purple.
We hereby declare that, to the best of our knowledge, this product was not produced from or with GMO plant material.
By Products & Impurities Statement
- We hereby declare that, to the best of our knowledge, this product does not contain and was not manufactured with any of the following substances:
- Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)
- Solvents and Residual Solvents
Gluten Free Statement
We hereby declare that, to the best of our knowledge, this product is gluten-free and was not manufactured with any ingredients containing gluten.
(Bse)/ (Tse) Statement
We hereby confirm that, to the best of our knowledge, this product is free of BSE/TSE.
We hereby declare that, to the best of our knowledge, this product has not been tested on animals.
We hereby confirm that this product has been certified to Kosher standards.
We hereby confirm that this product has been certified to Vegan standards.
Food Allergen Information
|Component||Present in the product|
|Peanuts (and/or derivatives,) e.g., protein oil||No|
|Tree Nuts (and/or derivatives)||No|
|Seeds (Mustard, Sesame) (and/or derivatives)||No|
|Wheat, Barley, Rye, Oats, Spelt, Kamut or their hybrids||No|
|Soybeans (and/or derivatives)||No|
|Dairy (including lactose) or Eggs||No|
|Fish or their products||No|
|Shellfish or their products||No|
|Celery (and/or derivatives)||No|
|Lupin (and/or derivatives)||No|
|Sulphites (and derivatives) (added or > 10 ppm)||No|