Roses are available in all kinds of grades and types. They can be found in many varieties depending on the species and where they grow. Flowers of the rose plant are the most important component. Their flower buds contain high concentrations of Vitamin C, more than what can be found in fruits such as oranges and tomatoes. Automatically, this makes roses a great herbal option for you to maintain a radiantly healthy skin. You will also be able to fight off flus in a natural way.
Health Benefits of Rose Tea in brief
When you drink rose tea often, you reduce the chances of getting urinary tract infection since it improves the processes that clear poisonous waste from your kidneys and the bladder. Drinking rose tea can also help prevent obstruction that can be caused by kidney stones.
Pure pink rose tea contains special organic acids and nutrients that can help protect you from digestive problems and clear unwanted substances that may build up on the intestine walls and in your kidney.
Taking tea made from dried rosebuds is one of the ways to reduce risk of constipation, dysentery, gastroenteritis and diarrhea.
Also, it is of great benefit to people who are suffering from insomnia - the lack of sleep, chronic fatigue, and nervousness. If you are a victim of any of these conditions, taking one or two cups of rose tea would be of much health benefit.
And of course, one of the ways to help you relax after a long day at work, school or a tiresome trip is taking a cup of rose tea. But how does it work? Rose tea gets into action by calming your nervous system in such a way that depression and anxiety are reduced.
How do you make a cup or two?
The basic recipe is actually quite easy to follow. You will need
Rinse the fresh petals
Place the petals in hot water (not boiling); add the green tea leaves to the mixture
Cover the container so that the petals can soak for five minutes. This allows extraction of flavor.
Strain the mixture, so that the petals remain behind
You may now add honey to taste
Taking one or two cups of rose tea daily should not affect you negatively. However, as there is not much research done on the substance, it is not recommended for breastfeeding and expectant women.