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Health-boosting flowers

Our five top health-boosting flowers help you feel bloomin’ marvelous.


These characteristic white daisy-like flowers might just be our best companions when we are in need of some relaxation. This plant is most widely enjoyed as a tea, to help calm the mind and relieve tension in the whole body.

Try Pukka Herbs’ Chamomile, Vanilla & Manuka HoneyThree ChamomileLoveNight Time and Relax teas.



The national symbol of England and arguably one of the sweetest smelling flowers to grace the flowerbed. Rose is a soothing flower for all the senses, on both a physical and emotional level, helping to relieve emotional tension.  Try Pukka Herbs’ WomankindLoveMint Refresh.


Part of the daisy family, the purple-petalled echinacea plant supports and strengthens a weakened immune system. It's effective when we have become ‘run-down’ as a result of stress or over-work. The classic scenario is that an individual becomes ill as soon as they start to relax. Echinacea will support and gradually strengthen a weakened immune system.

Try Pukka Herbs’ Elderberry & Echinacea tea


Famous for its pungent smell when you brush past its bristles, lavender is a classic herb for cheering the heart, easing emotional pain and promoting relaxation within the nervous system, digestion and the mind.

Try Pukka Herbs’ Night TimeLove and Gorgeous Earl Grey tea


And finally, although not a flower, we thought this ‘weed’ could do with a bit of good press…

Nettles, we see them in hedgerows, and we pull them up from our gardens. However, despite this weed’s bad reputation, nettle is an incredibly nutritious plant, rich in vitamins A and C, but is also high in iron, magnesium, calcium, chromium, zinc, potassium, phosphorous and silicon.

Try Pukka Herbs’ Cleanse and Clean Matcha Green.