Feverfew & lemongrass tea brings together two well-known herbs to provide a brew of complementary flavors that is delightfully citrusy and refreshing.
An appealing combination of two traditional herbs describes this simple tea blend. Feverfew, whose feathery leaves earned it the nickname featherfew, is a relative of daisies and dandelions. Though once limited to Eurasia, its pretty white flowers are now seen blossoming worldwide in the summer months. Its leaves give off a citrus-like aroma, which makes an excellent complement to lemongrass, a grassy plant belonging to the tropical regions of Asia, India in particular. Lemongrass was named for its citrus-like flavor, which has made it a frequent substitute for lemon and a favored ingredient in several Asian recipes. This carefully balanced blend harmonizes the flavor of these two herbs to produce an aromatic herbal blend with a hint of delicious citrus flavor.
Blending these two flavorful herbs together creates a dynamic herbal brew that is more than just tasty – it’s also packed with nutrients. A single cup of feverfew & lemongrass tea offers vitamin A, vitamin C, and five different B vitamins, as well as minerals like calcium, phosphorus, iron, manganese, selenium and zinc. Combined, these two quality ingredients also provide protein, essential oil, tannins, saponins, quercetin, alkaloids and mucilage, merely to name a handful of the constituents found in this herbal blend. Sample a taste of this herbal brew for yourself and discover the wonderful qualities it can provide.