Benefits of Rose Tea

Rose tea is a popular Middle Eastern variety of tea, but it can be enjoyed anywhere in the world. Unlike rosehip tea, which is made from the fruit of the rose plant, it’s made from whole rose blossoms, adding rose tea to your health diet can help you treat arthritis, flu, cold, digestive difficulties, bronchitis, depression, insomnia, and many other chronic diseases. 
The naturally uplifting quality of rose tea makes it an excellent choice for those who are feeling down, depressed, or overly stressed. The effect that this type of tea can have on hormone levels is well known, which is closely related to how the neurotransmitters in our brain are regulated.
Immune System
Rose tea is high in vitamin C, like many different plants and flowers used to make herbal teas, Vitamin C is one of the most important vitamins in our body. It is an essential part of our immune system as it stimulates the production of white blood cells and functions as an antioxidant.
Sleep Disorders
For people who suffer from insomnia, or have disturbed or interrupted sleep, drinking rose tea before going to bed might be a great option. Because of natural sedative property of rose tea. 
Respiratory Distress
Rose tea is an excellent choice if you are struggling with a cold, flu, bronchitis, or other condition that affects the respiratory system. 
Drinking teas made from rose hip and rose petals are known to improve digestion and keep your digestive system in peak working order. Rose tea can stimulate the body’s production of bile which in turn helps our stomachs to digest food efficiently.
Bile also improves the digestion of fats in particular. Rose tea is even thought to nourish the good bacteria or microflora in the intestines. Rose tea also works as a mild laxative and is often used as an effective natural remedy for constipation.
Detoxifying the Body
The active ingredients in rose tea can help to improve liver function and increase urination. 
Add 3 cup of hot water to 1 cup of rose blossoms (fresh or dried) and steep for approximately 5 minutes. Then add honey to taste.
You can also add rose blossom to green or black tea 
Side Effects of Rose Tea
In terms of side effects, rose tea does not contain toxic components and is not known as a common allergen. Drinking 1-2 glasses of moderately strong rose tea should not have any negative side effects for the majority of users. Due to a lack of research, pregnant and breastfeeding women are discouraged from using rose tea.

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