According to the ancient Greek legend, the rose was created by Chloris, the Greek goddess of flowers. It was just a lifeless seed of a nymph that Chloris found one day in a clearing in the woods so he asked Aishenaluodite to give it beauty. Dionysus, the God of wine, perfused nectar so it owned fragrance, charm, brightness and joy. Subsequently, Zephyr, the West Wind, blew away the clouds so that Apollo, the sun god, could shine and made this flower bloom. Rose was born and to be created “Queen of Flowers”.
Rose has been a symbol of beauty and love for a long time so most women take it as their favorite flower. Rose is beautiful and charming and the red one can be made into red rose tea. Usually, we can see that some colorful dry roses are sale in the tea shops but a lot of people neglect them because they don’t understand the efficiency of rose tea.
In fact, roses are good medical and edible food for people especially women. You will be relieved when you have a bad mood, look bleak even dysmenorrhea and other symptoms during menstruation. At the same time, rose tea is helpful to skin care, improve dry skin, aid digestion and reduce weight.
It is best not to soak rose tea with other tea. Except tender tips of green tea, tea has a lot of tannin which can affect the efficacy of rose tea. According to personal taste, it is acceptable to add sugar or honey to reduce astringent taste and strengthen the effect. It is recommended that not to boiled water in 100 degrees to soak flower tea, 75-90 degrees are appropriate. When you select the rose tea, you should be carefully and it is better to go with your friends who know more about it. Collect tea well in the tea tin to avoid moisture and enjoy your healthy and beautiful life with flower tea.