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Rose Buds

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Rose Buds (Rosa damascene)

Rose is one of the most beautiful flowers and it has been loved and glorified by many civilizations.  It is famous for its distinct smell and its beauty. In ancient Greece, rose was the flower of the goddess Aphrodite. According to one legend, the Goddess Flora transformed into this beautiful flower a dead nymph. The goddess Aphrodite added beauty and the three Graces, brilliance, joy and charm. Moreover, rose buds seem to have a variety of properties, which are beneficial to the human body.

Rose buds’ tea can act as an antidepressant, antiphlogistic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral and aphrodisiac. Furthermore, rose buds are an excellent source of vitamin C, which has a strong antioxidant action. Also, rose is rich in polyphenols, which seem to prevent cardiovascular diseases as well as osteoporosis and possibly cancer.

You can make rose tea from dried petals or buds. Use 1 to 2 teaspoons of leaves for 1 cup of hot (not boiling) water. Allow the tea to steep for two to three minutes.

Rose Buds (Rosa damascene)

Rose is one of the most beautiful flowers and it has been loved and glorified by many civilizations.  It is famous for its distinct smell and its beauty. In ancient Greece, rose was the flower of the goddess Aphrodite. According to one legend, the Goddess Flora transformed into this beautiful flower a dead nymph. The goddess Aphrodite added beauty and the three Graces, brilliance, joy and charm. Moreover, rose buds seem to have a variety of properties, which are beneficial to the human body.

Rose buds’ tea can act as an antidepressant, antiphlogistic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral and aphrodisiac. Furthermore, rose buds are an excellent source of vitamin C, which has a strong antioxidant action. Also, rose is rich in polyphenols, which seem to prevent cardiovascular diseases as well as osteoporosis and possibly cancer.

You can make rose tea from dried petals or buds. Use 1 to 2 teaspoons of leaves for 1 cup of hot (not boiling) water. Allow the tea to steep for two to three minutes.