Rose infusion is made from the whole rose blossoms.  Unlike tea, which uses only the leaves from the plant Camellia Sinensis to brew the beverage. Rose infusion is made by infusing hot water with the whole flower, which releases a wide variety of antioxidants, vitamin C, polyphenols, vitamin A, various minerals, nerol, geraniol, myrcene, and quercetin. In addition, it differs from rosehip, which is made from the fruit of the rose plant. 

There are over three hundred species and thousands of cultivars. Most Roses are native to Asia, with smaller numbers native to Europe, North America, and northwestern Africa. Our Rose varietal is called Queen Rose, paying respect to its size and its deep red almost black coloring as this dark rose variety yields the boldest aroma, nutrients, and flavonoids. Native to the southwest of China near a place called Shangrila is where we source our Queen Rose from. 

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Top 8 Health Benefits of Rose Infusion

Rosa chinensis has long been used in Chinese traditional medicine, making it highly sought after by natural healers from all around the world.  Rose has been used for gut health, and are being investigated for controlling cancer growth.

+ Glowing Skin and Hair 

Rumor has it that one whole rose infusion has the equivalent vitamin C content of 50 oranges. It's one of the biggest reasons why Rose is wildly used in many skin care products. In addition to maintain your skin’s healthy appearance, rose petals contain anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties that can prove effective in treating skin conditions like acne.


+ Boosts the Immune System

Rose infusion is high in vitamin C, one of the most important vitamins in our body. It is an essential part of our immune system as it stimulates the production of white blood cells and functions as an antioxidant, effectively lowering oxidative stress. It also aids in the production of collagen, a protein essential for healthy skin and hair.


+ Sleep Better

The natural sedative property of rose infusion makes it a wonderful beverage to finish a night, allowing it to reduce inflammation, ease stress, and regulate hormones related to Circadian rhythm and sleep patterns. If you suffer from insomnia, or regularly have disturbed or interrupted sleep, give the rose infusion a try before going to bed.


+ Respiratory Distress

Commonly prescribed or recommended for soothing the respiratory tracts, lungs, and throat rose infusion is an excellent choice if you are struggling with a cold, flu, bronchitis, or other condition that affects the respiratory system. It also helps to expel mucus and phlegm, which is where bacteria and other pathogens can live and thrive.


+ Aids Digestion

The antibacterial properties of the Rose Infusion quickly go to work on any infections in the gastrointestinal tract or gut. It can help to rebalance the microflora in the intestines and relieve digestive issues like constipation, cramping, bloating or diarrhea. That being said, rose infusion can act as a laxative, particularly if you drink more than 3 cups per day, so, consume the rose infusion in moderation and monitor how your body reacts when you first begin drinking this beverage.


+ Detoxifying the Body

The active ingredients in rose infusion can help to improve liver function and increase urination.  As a natural diuretic, it can relieve fluid retention, in case you are holding water, while also speeding the release of toxins from the body.


+ Lifts Mood

The naturally uplifting quality of rose infusion makes it an excellent choice for those who are feeling down, depressed, or overly stressed. The effect that this type of infusion can have on hormone levels is well known, which is closely related to how the neurotransmitters in our brain are regulated.


+ Reduces Menstrual Discomfort

One of the best remedies for painful or heavy periods is Rose infusion, as it can not only help to regulate hormones and ease uterine congestion, but also eliminate cramping and mood swings that are often associated with menstruation.

 

Note: Limit to one flower per day per person is recommended. 
Wild roses are general host plants for a number of pests and diseases. Cultivation of edible roses is extremely difficult as they are often subject to severe damage from insect, arachnid and fungal pests and diseases.