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Rose Tea Petals (Rosa L.)

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Rose Petals | Diuretic

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Rose Tea petals

Discover this wonderful infusion with diuretics, calming, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Rose Tea Petals can act in purifying the liver and gallbladder. Offer this natural formula to your loved ones and share your experience!

Ingredients: 100% Rose Petals (Rosa L.).

Family: Rosaceae

Flavour: Mild


Rose – According to scientific records, the first wild roses grew in Asian gardens over 4 000 years BC. Initially, roses were used to decorate interior spaces due to their refreshing and pleasant aroma. After a few years of planting, Westerners will have associated some symbolism with the rose, from attracting positive energy to freedom of spirit. The rose has always been one of the symbols of Western culture. Westerners are known for the scent of roses, not only because of their cosmetic products, but also because rose petals are a common ingredient in their culinary dishes. In addition, the rose has always been present in most cinematographic content through stories of love and union.

In the Middle Ages, the use of a rose on the ceiling of space conveyed to people that everything that was shared should remain in secrecy. Later, this idea was leveraged for the famous rose paintings made on classical monuments belonging to royalty. The French Empress Josephine was responsible for planting rose bushes in many parts of France. As the story goes, Napoleon's wife was fascinated by roses. Currently, this flower is still a portrait of French culture. In Christianism, the first rosaries were made with rose petals due to their connection to the Virgin Mary.

In botany, more than thirty thousand species of roses are registered.

Therapeutic indications:

Rose Tea Petals can help relieve menstruation and menopause symptoms. This natural tea with anti-inflammatory and antibacterial potential can help treat inflammation in the mouth and throat, even as eye, vaginal and skin infections (external use). It is also known for its contribution to strengthening defences and gastrointestinal balance. In terms of female health, Rose Tea Petals can promote collagen production.

Water temperature: 100º

Infusion time: 5 to 7 minutes.

Recommended quantity: 1 teaspoon per person, equivalent to 2grs / cup. You can consume up to 4 cups a day, outside main meals.

Preparation: Place one teaspoon of rose petals in 250 ml of boiled water. Then cover it, and let it infuse for about 5 to 7 minutes. Finally, strain it, let it cool down a bit, and you can consume it immediately.

Store in a cool (max. 20º) and dry (max. 60% humidity) place.

Culinary uses: Ideal for flavouring jams, dishes, desserts, and gins.

NOTE: The image shown was made by our company, however, the type of cut and dimensions of the plant from supply to supply or time of year.

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