How to make Rose Bud tea (Step by step)

 

Rose bud tea or "the lady's tea" is an excellent natural treatment for menstrual cramps and PMS. It helps reducing breast tenderness, stabilizing emotional ups and downs, and balancing the mental health while nurturing the spirit!

Try to add a couple of dried rose buds to your green tea or black tea to have a light floral flavor. Or if you like more, here your go make your rose tea hot or cold!

Rose Bud tea color and taste:

The color is light yellow tinged with pink. The taste has a soft, floral, tranquil aroma, and a little sweet. 

 

Hot Rose Tea:

Boil filtered water

Pour and swirl hot water into your infuser, and throw out the water.

Put dried rose buds into your infuser and add hot water. (3 or 4 buds each cup)

Keep your infuser covered and let it steep for 5 min.

Strain rose buds and enjoy your tea

 

Iced Rose tea:

Cool or room temperature filtered water

Put dried rose buds into your container and add water. (3 or 4 buds each cup)

Cover your container and place in refrigerator overnight, or about eight hours.

Strain rose buds and enjoy your tea. Adding ice or syrup is optional.

Enjoy it!

 

Other Benefits:

Rosebud tea also helps oily skin conditions to get refreshed. Rosebuds are the best for an easy-home facial steam. Drop a handful of dried rose buds into a hot water, cover your face with a towel and wait for 10 minutes. Rose buds steam makes your skin hydrated, kissably soft and healthy, while relieving signs of skin stress. Other benefits include: Anti-anxiety & Anti-depression Aromatherapy, Improving digestion, aiding in blood circulation.

It is caffeine free, calorie free and gluten-free infusion with relaxing qualities to elevate your day!

 

 

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