Health Benefits of Tea: Floral Teas

Floral tea are additional caffeine-free tea options that provide health benefits. They have antioxidants that boost overall health.

  • Boosts metabolism
  • Protects skin
  • Lowers stress
  • Improves heart and oral health
  • Prevents chronic diseases like cancer
  • Stimulates cognitive function
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Promotes good digestion

Rose petals

Using rose buds or rose petals in tea isn’t just pretty – it’s rich in polyphenols that combat the effects of free radicals. That makes rose tea a great choice for fighting premature aging and many chronic diseases. A study in the “Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health” also found rose tea is effective in relieving menstrual pain.

Rose Hip

rosehip

Rose hip, also known as rose hip, a fruit from the rose plant is high in plant compounds and vitamin C, making it a rich source for anti-inflammatory properties. Rose hip is effective at reducing pain. It also benefits weight management.

Chamomile

chamomile flower

Chamomile has calming effects and improves sleep. It also decreases depression and has liver-protecting, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects.

Lavender

 

Lavender can help with digestive issues like upset stomach, nausea and vomiting, intestinal gas and abdominal swelling, reports Medical News Today. It can also prevent hair loss and helps with pain relief for sprains, headaches, sores and toothaches.

Hibiscus tea

 

Hibiscus tea has antiviral properties and has a positive effect on reducing high blood pressure.

Jasmine

jasmine flower

Jasmine is high in polyphenols, which act as antioxidants to reduce free radical damage and protect against several types of cancer, as well as heart disease. Jasmine tea also aids in weight loss and can protect against tooth decay.

Sip Your Way To Better Health

Drinking tea can make you glow from the inside-out with mind and body benefits that help you lead a healthier life.

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