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5 Ways to Use Your Rose Tea

Made with rose buds, rose petals, or a combination, rose tea has remained a popular infusion for centuries. Many of these infusions used today have been known to potentially provide health benefits for various ailments.

Rose tea can be consumed on its own, or found in a blend with herbal teas or true teas, such as green, black, and white tea. Art of Tea's lavender chamomile rose tea is an herbal infusion of rosehips, roses, lavender, and chamomile , creating a very calming brew. On the other spectrum, our rose black tea pairs rose tea with a bright black tea for a bright, bold brew that is delicious hot or over ice.

Many types of roses in the Rosaceae family can be used for making tea. Traditionally, the Pink Rosa Damascena is the most common type of rose used for rose tea because of its sweet fragrance and mild taste. Besides the delicious teas that roses can make, there are several ways roses may support better health.

1. May Alleviate Menstrual Cramping

When women are going through premenstrual syndrome, they often experience the symptoms that go along with it, such as menstrual cramping. The extracts found in rose tea have been scientifically shown to reduce dysmenorrhea and pain associated with menstruation. 

2. Rose Tea For Constipation Relief And Digestion

When rose tea is used in traditional medicine, it may provide constipation relief and improve digestion. In the past, rose petals were simply eaten so that these issues could be resolved quickly.

Many populations within the Middle East consume roses for this very reason. Rose black tea is a great way to do this yourself, as the full rose petals in the tea allow your digestive tract to absorb a higher amount of antioxidants, thus helping to potentially improve your digestion.

3. May Assist In Losing Weight & Controlling Diabetes

With inflammation being a major contributor to gaining weight, drinking rose tea may assist in losing weight by decreasing inflammation in your body.

With rose mixed in tea, it can help prevent carbohydrates from being absorbed during digestion. This helps decrease the level of glucose that is produced after eating to help control diabetes. Consuming rose tea also provides a high amount of polyphenols that may also help eliminate chances of cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

4. Pain And Anxiety Relief

Drinking lavender rose tea may help alleviate pain and anxiety. Rose tea has natural anti-inflammatory properties to help with pain-relief. Your cup of rose tea can also potentially enhance your sleep and mood because roses contain l-theanine, an amino acid that has been shown to affect brain functions that help alleviate anxiety and improve sleep. This is great if you are experiencing sleep deprivation which can lead to anxiety or a decreased mood.

5. Improve Hair Health

Drinking tea mixed with roses may assist via its antioxidant characteristics. The phytochemicals or nutrient plant chemicals of rose are known to prevent sebum from being released. Having a low amount of sebum will help alleviate oily scalp and itchiness. Rose infused into a hair treatment can also be able to decrease the redness of the scalp and promote a healthy hair scalp.


Enjoying rose tea may have many beneficial uses for your health, according to proponents. If you are experiencing any issues listed above, consider the possible positive effects that rose tea can provide. Check out our selection of rose tea blends, including rose loose leaf teas and rose teabag sachets.