Hawaiian Herbal Tea grown on the Big Island of Hawaiʻi
Hawaiians used the tea to promote good health, cleanse the body, prevent strokes, diabetes, constipation, and revive the appetite. It was also used to help people with stomach problems, colon and bowel problems, and those with liver complications. Leaves of Ko’oko’olau are also used as a revitalizing tea to bolster those distressed by general debility. The flowers were used to stimulate appetite and often mixed with the Mamaki leaves to increase potency.
Ko'oko'olau is an endemic plant to the Hawaiian Islands. It grows in small bushs or shrub with yellow flowers.
.5oz bag of loose leaf Ko'oko'olau tea.