What are the health benefits of forever young rose bud tea?
Rose teas contain high level of vitamin C which helps the body fight off colds and flu germs and viruses. The Chinese rose tea contains more vitamin C levels than fresh fruits, like oranges, tomatoes, or grapefruits. Apart from fighting off colds and flu, Vitamin C is also an important element to maintain healthy and radiant skin.
Health benefits of loose rose bud tea also include its ability to clear the toxic waste from the bladder and kidneys and in doing this it reduces the risk of urinary tract infections. Drinking rose tea can also prevent blockages that can be caused by kidney stones.
In addition, our pink rose tea contains rich nutrients and organic acids with help to prevent digestive problems and eliminate the toxic waste and substances that can build up in the intestines. Drinking dried rosebud tea helps reduce the risk of dysentery, diarrhea, gastroenteritis and constipation.
Finally, drinking our forever young rosebud tea can calm the central nervous system. By doing this, drinkers are less likely to suffer from mental conditions such as depression and anxiety disorders. Dried rose tea can also benefit victims of compulsive disorders, chronic fatigue, insomnia and nervousness. It is thought that sufferers of these complaints can benefit by drinking one or two cups of rose tea daily.
How to steep Forever Young Rose Bud Tea?
It's recommended to steep our pink rosebud tea with a covered glass teapot. Use about 2 teaspoons for every 500ml of water. Steep with hot water at 90°c to 95°c for 2 to 4 minutes for the first and second brewing. Increase temperature and time for further brews. It’s recommended to brew loose rose tea for three times only.