Red clover's dainty ball of pink, tubular flowers can't help but charm nature lovers. This pea family perennial graces sunny meadows, where it serves as fodder for cows and bees while also fixing nitrogen to the soil and helping to prevent erosion. It's such a beloved part of idyllic country landscapes that Vermont named it its official state flower in 1894. Herbalists love Trifolium pratense for its traditional use as an alternative in supporting skin health.
Some of the best red clover comes from the sunlit meadows of Albania, where harvesters collect it responsibly in the wild by hand. Unlike other teas that incorporate the stems and leaves, this blend features the fluffy pink blossoms of the clover, as are customarily used in Traditional European Herbalism. Collectors pick the blossoms at their peak over the summer months, then dry and cut them for this soothing and restorative tea - traditionally used to support skin health.
Pour 8 oz freshly boiled water over 1 tea bag Cover the cup & steep for 10-15 minutes Squeeze the tea bag to ensure maximum goodness in your cup Enjoy 3 cups per day.