The Ancient Hawaiian Miracle Herb

Tea-Pour-FatMamaki of Hawaii grows and distributes an ancient healing herbal tea known as Pipturus albidus, also known as mamaki in Hawaii.  Mamaki tea is a species of flowering plant in the nettle family, Urticaceae, that is endemic to Hawaii.  The plant, although in the nettle family, is a needless nettle plant that inhabits mostly tropical coastal regions and elevations of 200-6,000 feet.  Mamaki is a small plant that reaches a height of 30 feet and can continue to thrive for an upwards of 35 years.

Mamaki Leaf 2Based on Hawaiian historical information the ancient herbal Hawaiian mamaki tea plant had evolved on the islands before the Hawaiians arrived on the islands and is only native to Hawaii. The mamaki plant is best known for its refreshing, smooth tasting, herbal tea and it’s medicinal uses. Mamaki is 100% natural, with no preservatives, artificial sweeteners, colors or flavorings, is cholesterol free, caffeine free, gluten free and the Hawaiians have been known to eat the leaves raw or cooked for its nutritious dark green vegetable leaf.  Mamaki is not just another tea and is a combination of wide ranging antioxidants, such as catechins, Chlorogenic acid, and Rutin, all which provide remarkable benefits to the mind and body.

Every single sip of mamaki Tea helps promote healthy cardiovascular function, counteracts the negative effect of stress, and supports healthy glucose metabolism.

Mamaki Leaf 4The bark of the tree has been used to make Kapa (cloth) and the fruit of the berry has been used as a laxative.  The bark has also been used to help nursing mothers for thrush and the berries of the mamaki tree, were traditionally used to relax tense muscles prior to giving birth. Mamaki tea has been endorsed by Dr. Shintani, of Honolulu, and is mentioned in his book, The Hawaii Diet.


Mamaki tea is simply the most comprehensive, wide-ranging healthy tea in the market today and should be enjoyed by all.


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