Rose flowers, especially buds, are rich in vitamin C, which has been found to surpass the levels found in fruits like orange, tomato, and grapefruit. Naturally caffeine-free, rose flower tea is a good source of hydration that contains high levels of antioxidants, encouraging the body to always be in its best condition. Consuming these delicate pink flowers has also been observed to help relieve menstrual pain, aid in losing weight, and soothe stress and anxiety.
Relieves menstrual cramps
Helps in relaxation
Reduces stress and anxiety
Promotes good sleep
Prevents digestive problems
Reduces risks of dysentery, diarrhea, gastroenteritis and constipation
Reduces risk of urinary tract infection
Promotes kidney health
Here’s how to make tea from your Pink Rose buds:
Put 1 to 2 teaspoons in a cup of hot water and let it steep for 5 to 10 minutes.
Strain the liquid and discard the flowers.
Add honey for sweetness!
Hibiscus flower tea can be steeped as a standalone ingredient or be a part of an herbal tea blend.
*To enjoy it cold, just let it rest to room temperature and add ice.