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10 Extraordinary Medicinal Uses for Rose Tea

Because of the medicinal properties of rose, it is widely used in Ayurveda medicine. One cup of fresh rose hips has the equivalent amount of vitamin C in 60 oranges. Rose tea (tea made with rose petals and hips) is not a new idea. Here are 10 extraordinary health benefits of rose tea.

Why roses are considered an ideal gift to express love? There is an interesting reason for this. Roses soothe heart and emotions. They also balance the mind.

The reasons for the diuretic effects of the roses are they contain Vitamin C, pectin, malic and citric acids.

  1. It clears toxins and heat from the body. As a result it has a cooling effect on the body.
  2. It can relieve from sore throat, runny nose and blocked bronchial tubes
  3. It is useful to people those prone to chest problems by fighting against infections
  4. Rose tea helps to fight the infection in the digestive tract and re-establish the normal bacterial population of the intestines
  5. It relieves fluid retention and hastens the elimination of wastes through kidneys
  6. It is a wonderful remedy for dysentery, diarrhea and gastro enteritis
  7. It is a laxative. It works as a remedy for all liver problems including sluggishness and constipation.
  8. It cleanses the liver and gall bladder and promotes bile flow
  9. Rose petal tea can be used to relieve uterine congestion causing pain and heavy periods. It is an excellent remedy for irregular periods and infertility.
  10. It has an uplifting effect on the nervous system and can relieve insomnia, depression and fatigue
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  1. I’ll remember to buy some rose tea…Great article, Valli..

  2. Valli, wonderful tips. I love rose and vanilla tea, it tastes good and is aromatic and rose oil is very good for aromatherapy. I did an article last year on it. Great information. Thank you.

  3. It sounds like a wonderful tea. I didn’t know all of that stuff.

  4. rose tea sounds really good!

  5. Thank you, Icy, Judy, Dee, and Alexa.

  6. Wow is good to know.

  7. what is it in “ROSE PETALS” that relieves uterine congestion?
    what does it contain? i’m just curious.

  8. it was also mentioned that “rose petal tea” is an excellent remedy for irregular periods and infertility.
    i just want to know what exactly “rose petals” contain.,any significant substance in it?not the hips..the petals..

  9. HI

  10. I’ve been drinking rose tea because I thought it tasted good. Glad to know it’s helping more than I thought.

  11. I’ve been tasting several kinds of tea, but I just found that my favorite tea is rose tea 2 days ago when I first tasted it. I have been a fan of rose in its shape, red color, and fragrance. Now I’m a big fan of its taste too. If its turned out to have benefits, for me is just a bonus, the important thing is that I like it and I’m happy just by drinking it. Thank you for sharing this info.

  12. Article is good & give vast information on rose.

  13. i’ve harvested and dried lots of rose petals. Now going to combine them with Nettles… plants my love…! thanks for the info

  14. Thank you for putting up such a wonderful article. Couldn’t agree more! We were given a bag of dried whold rose from Iran. At first the aroma would be so pungent that I was almost discouraged from drinking it all. But then this is what I learned: after pouring hot water for the first time, let it stand unclosed for 3-4 minutes so as to let the aroma floats out before pouring the water away. Refill it and let’s wait for a few more minutes. Now, let’s enjoy the cool and relaxing pure, untreated rose tea. Sip your heart out!
    An elderly man (grandpa of the lady who gave us the rose tea) had this tea for a remedy for his high blood pressure and weakened kidney (need to purify his kidney every week at the hospital). After drinking this tea for a while, he has lower blood pressure and hospital visits stretched!

  15. Wow! so glad to learn of these other health properties. I make a gallon of rose tea from dried roses every week and rinse my face with it after washing. There is and immediate pore reduction and immediate supple skin. Now after what I have learned from you guys I am going to drink it too. Is it ok to drink everyday?

  16. can you help me with our investigatory

  17. what wonderful info about rose tea. I was recently given some from egypt and hav started drinking it, but couldnt find anything about its properties. After living abroad where doctors were scarce any ailments were cured by picking something from the bush, very effective they were too. As i am now suffering badly from diseased liver and severe abdominal fluid retention, rose seems to fit the bill perfectly. Thanks so much for this article.

  18. http://www.iiteas.com has great rosebuds tea.

  19. Hey i want to thank you so much i am doing a Medicinal use on rose hips this site helped me with most of it thanx again

  20. its a heaven send for period pains -takes that pain right out and lessens the blood flow a bit.

  21. Hi,
    I have been asked to drink lots of rose tea to help with
    menstral problems.
    Does anyone know how to prepare tea from fresh petals, what is necessary and whether to use buds for better use?
    thanks,
    egyptashi@gmail.com

  22. Great stuff! Super for a cold.

  23. It sounds great and just what i need! :) currently speaking im haveing my cup of it now. It taste great but it would take some getting use to. <3 Smells great btw~

  24. Are there are double-blind scientific trials to support these claims?

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