Rose Petals (Organic)
Roses are a member of the Roseacea family and of the genus Rosa. There are literally thousands of hybrid varieties, the most popular roses used for culinary purposes are the rose damascena and the apothecary rose. Roses are believed to have originated in Asia millions of years ago, and were first cultivated for the garden in China around 500 B.C. Their popularity as a garden variety flower spread quickly across the Northern Hemisphere. Rose petals are available year-round with a peak season during the summer months.
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- Reduces Anxiety
- Improving Digestion
- Soothing Menstrual Cramps
- High in Antioxidants
- Contains Antimicrobial Properties
- Reduces Inflammation
- Loose leaf tea, teabags, RTDs (ready-to-drink beverages)
- Essential Oils
- Garnish or Food Infusions
Have you ever wondered that a rose flower can actually shower you with numerous health benefits that you ever thought of? This flower exerts a positive effect on your body, mind and skin and has been used since ancient times. Apart from being a well-known beauty ingredient, you can use rose petals to . . .
Roses have been used for cultural and medicinal purposes for thousands of years. The rose family has over 130 species and thousands of cultivars. All roses are edible and can be used in tea, but some varieties are sweet while others are more bitter (1). Rose tea is an aromatic herbal beverage made from the . . .
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