Rose tea possesses high vitamin C content, as well as a large amount of polyphenols along with several other antioxidants like quercetin and ellagic acid. Polyphenols are natural antioxidants which are well known for their ability to repair cellular damage and protect the body against serious illnesses including heart disease, bone weakness and cancer.


Rose tea has been known to alleviate some of the symptoms of menstruation, in particular to ease painful cramping. Researchers have suggested that drinking rose tea is a simple, safe and effective treatment for the symptoms of menstruation. A study which was conducted for 6 months on 130 adolescent females concluded that rose tea resulted in less menstrual pain and also less anxiety and distress.


Rose tea supports the body’s immune system while promoting essential collagen production and we know that collagen is the protein most responsible for the health of your skin and your hair. Drinking plenty of this delicious herbal tea can help stave off the signs of aging like wrinkles and sagging. Rose petals contain anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties that can prove effective in treating skin conditions like acne. You do not need to spend a fortune on expensive cosmetic products when you can receive all the healthy, nutritious properties that your skin needs from a natural source. There is good reason why many commercial skin care products contain rose petal or rose hip extract and both rose water and rose essential oil have been used effectively to treat a variety of skin complaints.


The high vitamin C content of rose tea makes it a natural boost for your immunity system. A strong immune system will help you to stay healthy and keep those annoying flu’s and colds at arm’s length.


The vitamin C content of the tea helps you to fight infection and ease the soreness you are feeling in your throat. A nice hot cup of rose tea is a great home remedy for sore throats as well as the various annoying symptoms of common colds and flu such as stuffiness or a runny nose.


Drinking teas made from rose hip and rose petals are known to improve digestion and keep your digestive system in working order. Rose tea can stimulate the body’s production of bile which in turn helps our stomachs to digest food effectively. It also works as a mild laxative and is often used as an effective natural remedy for constipation.


As well as its variety of physical health benefits, rose tea can be used to calm the mind and elevate your mood. Stress, anxiety and depression are becoming ever more prevalent conditions in today’s modern world. Depending on the severity, drinking rose tea might not entirely rid you of these complaints but as part of an overall treatment plan, its calming properties can help you to unwind, ease your mind and even help you to get a good night’s sleep.


Rose tea is a natural diuretic which means that it promotes both the quantity and frequency of urination. This coupled with its antioxidant and antibacterial properties make it an effective natural treatment for mild infections of the urinary tract. If you are suffering from a painful infection of the urinary tract, drinking rose tea can help you to bring the infection under control and ease your painful symptoms. Drinking rose tea can also help with the health of your kidney and many proponents claim that it can even help prevent you from getting kidney stones.


Simply drinking rose or any other healthy teas as a substitute for soda or sweet creamy coffee will help you to control your weight in the long term. Drinking a cup of rose tea between meals will also help relieve your hunger pangs and remember that being caffeine free, it is far healthier than your favorite coffee or black tea.


Rose tea has been traditionally used for a very long time to treat constipation. It has gentle laxative properties and is a good natural choice for those battling with constipation.


Since Rose Tea has no caffeine it’s safe to drink at any time of the day. If you have steady doses of coffee and black tea during the day switching to non-caffeinated tea like Rose tea at night is a good idea.