Rose has been associated with beauty since the old days, and even today, it is still appreciated to be the most effective and worthy to include in one’s daily beauty regime. Not only is its topical use popular, but it’s also been used in aromatherapy. However, the next in line is the consumption of this pretty flower in tea form.
Rose tea, like any other tea, contains antioxidants that have anti-inflammatory properties. It is also known to help aid weight loss, as it helps in maintaining a good digestive system. Also, a clean stomach reflects on the skin, and what we won’t do for glowing skin. Its detox and diuretic properties can help in keeping urinary tract infections at bay. The tea’s immunity boosting qualities means the blend can also keep you from illnesses, and keeps one in good mental and physical health, therefore relieving stress. Now, if all of this doesn’t make you want to include the sweet tasting beverage in your daily diet, we don’t know what will.
Here’s how you can make your own cup of rose tea to brighten up your day.
Requirements: Rose In Bloom
- Boil the required amount of water in a vessel
- Add four to five pesticide-free, clean rose petals to the water for a more pronounced rose flavour. Wait for aroma and flavour to permeate.
- Remove petals (optional)
- Pour water from container into cup and dip in a Rose In Bloom tea bag
Once your rose tea is as strong as you want it to be, add a teaspoon of honey. This helps bring together the rose, liquorice and anise flavours in Rose In Bloom, resulting in the most beautiful tasting tea.