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R O S E S
Scientifc name: Rosa x damascena
Rose tea is a very healthy not to mention delicious beverage made from either dehydrated or fresh 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 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 laxativeand 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 great for the skin, can help you relax and being free of calories can even contribute towards your weight loss plan.
ROSE TEA BENEFITS
As well as its high vitamin C content, rose tea contains a large amount of polyphenols along with several other antioxidants like quercetin and ellagic acid. Polyphenols are natural antioxidants which are well known for their ability to repair cellular damage and protect the body against serious illnesses including heart disease, bone weakness and cancer.
1. MENSTRUAL PAIN
2. SKIN, ACNE AND HAIR BENEFITS
3. IMMUNE SYSTEM BOOST
4. SORE THROAT
5. IMPROVES DIGESTION
6. STRESS AND ANXIETY
7. URINARY TRACT (UTI)
8. WEIGHT LOSS
10. IT’S CAFFEINE-FREE!
11.- POTENTIAL ANTI-MUTAGEN AND ANTI-CANCER AGENT
12.- POTENTIAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY FOR ARTHRITIS