Rose bud tea is slightly different from your regular herbal/fruit tea but it too has a number of health as well as therapeutic benefits. Let's have a look at a few of them:
❀ eliminates toxins from your body: cleanses your body, and therefore can help with infections, such as chest and throat infections
❀ helps digestions: when your digestive tract is inflamed or the bacteria there is not in the right balance, rose bud tea can give an immediate relief
❀ relieves fluid retention: therefore relieves the strain on your kidneys, it also cleanses your liver and gall bladder
❀ remedy for period pains
❀ therapeutical effects: not only that drinking rose bud tea makes you feel like a princess, it also has uplifting effects on your spirit and can even work as a mild anti-depressant
The rose bud tea I've been using is this one from Silver Lantern (bought via Not on the high street e-shop) and it's basically a pure rose bud tea from Iran (some rose bud teas are sold as mixtures with black/green leaf tea). To make this tea, I use my Ikea glass tea pot which makes preparation super easy - thanks to the round sift in the middle. The tea itself is very sweet, almost honey sweet and smells like fresh roses (and almost like a bit of Jasmin!).. nom nom nom!
An extra tip: use warm (not boiling hot!) water when making your tea, that way you get the best taste
What's your favourite tea?
Have you ever tried a rose bud tea?