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Polipoli Farms

3 Pack - Māmaki and ʻUlu Herbal Tea - Loose Leaf

3 Pack - Māmaki and ʻUlu Herbal Tea - Loose Leaf

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  • 3 x .75oz
  • Caffeine free herbal tea
  • 100% Hawaiʻi grown
  • Taste: herbal + nutty + hint of natural sweetness
  • Experience: smooth + never bitter

We make it easy (and delicious!) to add healthy habits into your daily life—like this māmaki + ʻulu herbal tea blend that's rooted in traditional plant healing. 

Enjoy the convenience of perfectly portioned herbal tea bags brimming with the highest-grade ingredients.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is māmaki good for?

Per a University of Hawaiʻi study, māmaki tea is good for overall health and healing, and is packed with antioxidants known to support brain function, metabolism, and circulation. 

Research shows that māmaki contains more antioxidants than teas traditionally touted for their health benefits (i.e. Gyokuro green, Chinese oolong).

What did Native Hawaiians use māmaki for?

Native Hawaiians used māmaki tea for its medicinal properties, often enjoying it as a natural remedy for various health issues. (See "What is māmaki good for?") Long before modern researchers could explain it, our ancestors understood the powerful health effects of māmaki. Indigenous plant medicine is rich with wisdom, and māmaki is just one example.

Is māmaki tea a stimulant?

Māmaki tea is not considered a stimulant. In fact, it's a great caffeine free herbal tea option—perfect for those who want added health benefits minus the jittery side effects. While it may provide a subtle boost in energy for some folks, our herbal teas do not contain caffeine.

What does māmaki mean in Hawaiian?

In Hawaiian, "māmaki" refers to the plant species Pipturus albidus, which is part of the nettle family. It's endemic to Hawaiʻi and does not have stinging hairs like other nettles. Māmaki grows as a small tree or shrub with distinctive heart-shaped leaves and is primarily found in moist forest habitats at higher elevations in Hawaiʻi. 

What does ʻulu mean in Hawaiian?

In Hawaiian, ʻulu refers to breadfruit, a nutritious fruit that grows on a tree. Sure, māmaki gets all the glory as a medicinal tea, but ʻulu is another nutritional powerhouse central to the Hawaiian diet. By blending māmaki and ʻulu into an herbal tea, you'll enjoy a unique flavor profile that is authentically Native Hawaiian.

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