Why Sipping Rose Infusions Comes With Several Benefits?by Butterfly Ayurveda Pvt Ltd Butterfly Ayurveda Pvt Ltd
When you look for more reasons to plant those beautiful roses in a garden, courtyard or even on your veranda in containers, think of the therapeutic value these roses can have for you and your family. Roses truly have much more to offer than just beauty or something "pretty" to look at. Roses can increase a feeling of well being, thus improving our overall health. Naturally extracted products like rose water, rose oils and even rose petal tea come from these flowers. Indeed, roses have been historically used to treat digestive disorders, some types of pain and help relieve menstrual cramps. The idea of using roses in this way has been going through a revival of sorts, especially in the form of rose tea.
Beautiful roses in a garden are not just used to relax people and cure illnesses but have also been used in other remedies and medicinal products since the earliest centuries. The main benefit of a rose is that if you make a skin care product out of its petals or waters, it will suit any skin type and not have any adverse effects. Especially after drying the petals, it can be made into infusion or tea that can be mixed with a cup of warm water or even with lemon and honey as an icy-cold beverage, thus making rose tea for summer time a perfect leisure drink. They are found to reduce skin redness and harshness and even eye infections like an antiseptic. You should, however, be aware that synthetic or fake rose ingredients will not have these effects and for this reason, and therefore you should only trust on ayurvedic products. You will find that a lot of products manufactured using rose petals, and even labelled as "containing rose essence," but this does not mean it is real.
If you're wondering where to find an authentic rose loose infusion for summertime, then go for Rose Petal Infusion from Butterfly Ayurveda. Made from pure dried rose petals this infusion is best for known for its cooling effects on body and mind. With its rich fragrance, it even helps you relax better. This infusion is Pitta balancing, and thus helps with any heart-related issue and is even good for detoxification. It is a perfect drink for the summers and you can mix it with cold milk, warm water or even in other beverages. Untouched by anything artificial, it is an ayurvedic approach to harmonizing tridoshas during the change of season.
Basically, the water helps to draw some of the healthy compounds out of the rose petals allowing you to take advantage of these. At the same time, the approach gives the tea a fragrant and distinctive taste that is extremely appealing. Today, many people turn to rose petal tea because it is a mild drink and contains no caffeine and almost no calories.
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