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Loose Tea with Blackberry

Blackberries are small, black and full of small black googles, which are the actual berries. Just like strawberries, the blackberry is a aggregate fruit, which refers to the fact that it is a collection of many small fruits around a main stem. Blackberries taste wonderfully juicy and sweet-sour and are therefore an ideal ingredient for aromatic fruit teas. But blackberries - or rather the blackberry leaves - are also used for herbal teas. How about a delicious relaxation tea for after work? Try our organic certified evening tea. Or would you prefer a colourful potpourri of delicious fruit pieces in tea form? Then our fruit compote tea is just the thing for you. Take a look at our assortment.

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Blackberry Health Benefits

Blackberries contain a lot of vitamins and minerals. First and foremost, they have a very high proportion of beta-carotene, which the body can convert into vitamin A. This is important for vision, skin and mucous membranes, for example.

The plant pigments that give blackberries their dark colour are also important for your health. They have bacterial, viral and fungal inhibiting properties, which can of course be good for an ailing body or have a preventive effect.In addition, blackberries contain pectin, which ensures normalised cholesterol levels.

Blackberry leaves can also have a good effect on the body. For example, a tea made from dried blackberry leaves is said to help with hoarseness and fever. Cheers.