Rose has been cultivated for thousands of years. There are approximate 130 type of varieties of rose and they are commonly made into tea. They can either in buds or dried petals. Rose is commonly added into blended tea, therefore, if you are looking for 100% caffeine-free rose tea, make sure is not blended with other black tea or green tea. Rose tea has high concentrations of Vitamin A, C, polyphenols, various minerals, myrcene, quercetin and other antioxidants.
Benefits of Rose teaBoost immune system
Rose tea contain Vitamin C which may help you fight infections and help improve and provides strong immune system. The primary function of the immune system is to protect the body from infection and disease.
Help in weight control / can potentially help in weight loss
Rose is known to boost the digestive powers of the body and promote healthy digestive system, which is the key to effective weight loss. It may help good bacteria to grow in your digestive tract and has been used as a herbal remedy for constipation and diarrohea.
Rose tea may help prevent urinary tract infections due to its detox and diuretic properties.
Alleviate menstrual pain
It helps regulate hormones and ease uterine congestion, eliminate cramping and mood swings that are often associated with menstruation.Help in skin
Contain Vitamin A, E, helps to hydrate and tighten skin reducing the appearance of lines and diminishing dark circles. Rose tea helps to promote the production of collagen, the protein responsible for healthy skin and hair.