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Health Benefits Coming From a Rose Flower

Updated on October 24, 2012


Do you know that a rose flower can give you a whole lot more benefits? Well, here are some of the health benefits that rose flowers can give you. It is without a doubt that rose flowers can give you more surprises than have you ever imagined.


Aside from its beautiful buds, a rose flower still boasts a number of health benefits that could surely be helpful to each and every one of us. Knowing that a rose flower carries many remarkable health benefits, it is without a doubt that a number of people would naturally prefer roses to be planted in their home gardens; given that with rose flowers, you can not only brighten up someone else’s day but also avail many great benefits that your body can really use. So, do you have any idea when it comes to the different health benefits of rose flowers? If no, here are some of the healthy benefits that rose flowers can give you.

Rose flowers can give you lots of dietary benefits. When it comes to dietary nutrition, a rose flower can for sure be a big help to you in such a way that rose hips, coming from the seed pod of a rose plant are rich in vitamins A, C, E, bioflavonoids as well as Rutin. As a matter of fact, a number of dietary supplements contain rose hips. Furthermore, you can eat rose hips in the very sense that you can mix them together in salads or even just eat them raw. Apart from rose hips, you can also take in rose flower petals since these can be still made as tea, jam, wine and even dressings in salads.

Rose flowers have many good medicinal benefits for different diseases. Aside from dietary benefits, rose flowers have medicinal benefits in such a way that they can help to reduce sore throats, diarrhoea and even fever. Many herbalists have as well recommended roses, particularly the rose hips coming from them to people in order for them to reduce the chances of infections, cleanse the blood, prevent kidney stones and a lot more. By the means of these flowers, you are able to lessen your psychological problems such as depression, insomnia and fatigue.

Another good thing about rose flowers is that they has good therapeutic effects. If you talk about aromatherapy, roses are for sure considered to be one of the best means in therapeutic effects. Since roses can be made into oils, essences and fragrances, it is without a doubt that rose flowers can greatly benefit you when it comes to aromatherapy. Moreover, rose oils and fragrances can alleviate stress, reduce depression as well as relax the mind. If you have a thing for natural oils, essences and fragrances, then planting roses in your garden would be best for you.

Rose flower tea is good for revitalizing the mind and the body. One of the products that you can really get from rose flowers is rose tea. By the means of rose tea, you are certainly able to flush out the toxins in your body and soothe your feelings as well. If you are prone to sore throats, gastric troubles and diarrhoea, then this rose flower tea would be also good for you. In addition, rose flower tea is indeed better for you to regularly drink if you have a low immune system.


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      Susan Zutautas 6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Wow, I had no idea that roses are beneficial to our health. Very interesting. Thanks for sharing and Welcome to HubPages.

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