Benefits of Rose Tea
Oct 16, 2019
Rosebud tea and rose tea made from the petals have been used in Chinese medicine for over 5,000 years.
Rose tea has several beneficial effects including boosting the immune system, treating a sore throat and boosting your digestive health.
Drinking rose tea is excellent for the skin and the hair.
It is an excellent, natural diuretic and is used to treat urinary tract infections.
It is a healthy, caffeine-free alternative to black tea or coffee.
Rose tea is sometimes referred to as the ‘lady’s tea’ because of its beneficial effects during a woman’s menstrual cycle.
Rose tea contains high levels of antioxidants and vitamin C.
It may even help you to lose some weight.
Rose tea is so good for you because of the diverse range of compounds present in rose petals and the rose plant. The plant contains various flavonoids, glycosides, terpenes, anthocyanins, and carotenoids. The petals also contain various powerful antioxidant compounds including quercetin, kaempferol. The bulk of its flavonoids are present in rose essential oil.
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.
So now that you know how much goodness this tea has to offer, why wait? Making a delicious cup of rose tea is quick and very easy.