WHAT IS ROSE TEA?
Known as rosebud tea, rose tea is a very healthy and delicious beverage blended with dehydrated rose petals.
The healing powers of rose petals have been known for centuries, and today they are used to make therapeutic essential oils as well as being enjoyed as a nutritious tea.
There is plenty of evidence that the rose family of flowers is ancient with rose fossils of around 30 million years of age discovered across America.
Although its water was originally used in the Middle East, it is now cultivated worldwide.
There is evidence that roses were used in ancient medicine to heal a vast array of sicknesses. These medicinal uses include treating chest and abdominal pains, menstrual bleeding, and digestive issues.
Roses were also used to reduce inflammation in various parts of the body and to ease coughing.
There is also evidence that oil extracted from roses was used as a mild laxative and to treat emotional symptoms like depression, grief, and anxiety.
Rose tea is fragrant, fruity and packed with vitamin C and antioxidants making it the ideal drink when your body needs a boost.
Rose tea can benefit your body in any number of ways. It is excellent for the skin, can help you relax and be free of calories can even contribute towards your weight loss plan.
Additional Health Benefits
- Fights Inflammation
- Curbs Hunger Pangs
- Boosts Digestion
- Helps In Removing Toxins
- Boosts Immunity:
- Relieves Menstrual Pain
- Summer & Winter Drink
- Reduce Pain From Urinary Tract Infections
- Can Treat Arthritis
The health benefits of herbal Rose tea include its ability to reduce high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and inflammatory problems, aid in relieving the disturbed digestive and immune system, and potentially help treat diseases of the liver and cancer.
Rose Herbal Hot Tea Recipe
- 1/2 TSP of Rose Herbal Tea
- 3 cups of water (hot, but not boiling)
- Honey, to taste
Step-1 In a saucepan bring water to a boil.
Step 2 – Put the Herbal Rose Tea in a strainer or directly in the cup.
Step 3 – Pour hot water, never boil the leaves directly. Allow the tea leaves to settle for 5 minutes, Strain, ready to drink.
Enjoy & Energize!
Summertime Sips: Rose Iced Tea Tonic
Place Rose herbal tea and cinnamon stick in a large jar with water. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Strain out the solids, add honey. Serve over ice with a lime wedge if desired.