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February 1, 2024

A characteristic feature of rose tea is the presence of a very bright rich aroma and a unique taste. At the same time, its beneficial effect on human body should not be underestimated. In ancient times, doctors prescribed this healing drink to restore the performance of the heart and brain function.

Rose petal tea has many healing properties:

  • It is used as an antiviral agent and kills bacteria;
  • It is used as a disinfectant, and recommended for respiratory problems, flu and colds;
  • It can be used as an adjuvant for inflammation and stomatitis;
  • It can relieve pain and spasms in the stomach and intestine;
  • It can be taken for blues and depression relief;
  • It removes toxins from the human body;
  • In case of eye inflammation, in particular conjunctivitis, lotions can be applied.
  • It helps insomnia and has a beneficial effect on the intestinal microflora.
  • It reduces pain during menstruation and helps regulate the menstrual cycle in women.

From rose petals, our body can obtain such important substances as:

▪ Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant;

▪ Zinc – for healthy hair, nails and skin;

▪ Iron – for hemoglobin;

▪ Magnesium – for the functioning of the heart and nervous system;

▪ Chromium is a carbohydrate breakdown.

June 29, 2020

Elderberry is recognized within the wellness space as an immune-supporting herb that promotes overall health. Its beneficial use is thought to date back to Hippocrates, who valued the plant because of its health-supporting versatility. 

Elderberries are the dark purple fruit of the elderberry shrub. A rich source of antioxidants known as anthocyanins, elderberry is reputed by some to be effective in treating the common cold, flu, constipation, hay fever, and sinus infections.

Our lungs are one of the most important organs of our body, but most people don’t realize how quickly the lungs can be polluted with toxins particularly from our diet our lifestyle or the air that we breathe. What goes into your lungs eventually make its way into the bloodstream. So it is important to be mindful of keeping your lungs free of toxins to stay healthy. Every tissue, organ, and gland must have oxygen. And if your lungs are not getting enough oxygen, then our cells suffer.

Discover the Healing Properties of Taking Tea

The health research is enough to make you forego the latte for strong brewed tea instead. Name your color -- black, white, green, even red -- teas are packed with disease-preventing antioxidants (more than some fruits and vegetables) and contain vitamins, minerals, and at least half the caffeine of coffee.