Rosebud tea is naturally caffeine-free, a good source of hydration, rich in antioxidants, and may help relieve menstrual pain. Rose tea is primarily made up of water. For this reason, drinking one or more cups per day can significantly contribute to your total water intake.
Rosebud tea has traditionally been used to boosts digestion: rose has been known to boost the digestive powers of the body and a healthy digestive system is key to effective weight loss and gut health. Rose tea is believed to help allow GOOD bacteria to grow in your digestive tract and has been used as a herbal remedy for constipation and diarrhea.
Rose bud tea has also been used in Chinese medicine and other alternative healthcare as a treatment for various ailments. While roses are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the treatment of any ailments, some research shows potential health benefits of rose bud tea.
To prepare a tisane:1 tsp to 8 ounces Newly Boiled water, Steep 4-5 mins, strain & serve
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