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Rosehip tea is one of the warming herbal teas. The autumn-winter period is the perfect time to brew large jugs of this drink. Due to its numerous he alth properties, rosehip tea is a natural and effective method to strengthen immunity. So what are the benefits of drinking it?
Rosehip tea is a natural remedy for improving he alth. If you are wondering, is it worth drinking? We answer that it is worth it! Rosehip teahas a slightly sweet flavor . Its aroma has a relaxing and calming effect. To enrich the taste sensation,you can add honey or ginger . By adding at least one cup of rosehip tea to your menu, you are making a very good decision.
Rosehip tea: what are its properties?
Rosehip tea is madefrom the fruit of this bush . Red and juicy rosehips havehealing, beauty and care propertiesthat have been known for a long time. They are a fossil of vitamins (C, E, K and B group) and minerals. In addition, ripe rose hips contain - according to scientists -up to 130 compounds with a beneficial effecton human he alth. They are, among others :
- carotenoids (beta-carotene, lycopene and zeaxanthin)
- organic acids, including malic acid and citric acid
- essential oils
- mineral s alts: magnesium, sodium, potassium, calcium and iron
Regularly drinking rosehip teaprovides a range of he alth-promoting benefits . The power of vitamins and substances as well as the richness of taste and aroma included in one composition will appeal to you from the first sip. So it's worth a try!
Rosehip tea: what helps?
Rosehip teais helpful in treating colds due to the content of vitamin C . Its task is toimprove the functioning of the immune systemand supplement its need for vitamins. What else does rosehip tea work for?
- Has antifungal, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties
- Protects, among othersagainst ischemic heart disease
- Relieves related problemswith the digestive system, incl. with stomach or diarrhea
- Reduces pain, incl. joints
- Regulates the sugar level
- It calms down in states of nervous arousal
- Improves the appearance of the skin - delays the aging process of the skin, increases its elasticity and prevents the formation of wrinkles
Read also: Wild rose: an extremely rich source of vitamin C. Recipes for rose preserves
Rosehip tea: how to brew?
Rosehip tea can be easily obtained both in herbal and he alth food stores. Nevertheless, it is worthto prepare a warming drink yourself according to our recipe . In order to enjoy its taste in late winter, we first need to stock up on ripe rosehips, which are harvested at the turn of August and September.
After harvesting the rosehips,we have to prepare them for drying.
- Cut the rosehips into halves and remove the middle and hairs from them.
- Rinse thoroughly.
- Spread on the baking tray.
- Set the oven to 90 degrees, and after 30 minutes lower the temperature to 60 degrees.
- We start drying rosehips until they crumble under pressure.
- Store them in a dark, dry place in an airtight container, e.g. a jar.
Now preparing rosehip tea is a simple matter.Dried rosehips pour hot waterand steep, covered, for 15 minutes. In just a moment, the warming drink will be ready to drink!
Drinking rosehip teais especially recommended :
- pregnant and breastfeeding women
- people in a state of general weakness and fatigue and struggling with anemia