Herbal Tea That Will Help You To Balance Blood Pressure

Hi again ! At this cold winter days ,herbal tea is an irreplaceable thing for us,at least for me.I love to try different tastes,and wit this i believe i take lot of benefits from herbs(especially for flu).Lastly we talked about melissa tea.Today we'll talk about little sour but delicious herb, R O S E H I P.

Rose hip is known as fruit of rose.This plant can grow about 3 meters and blossoms little white flowers that smells insanely beautiful.After defloration little fruits appears.These fruits can be collected at autumn.

Rose hip is a super vitamin C store.Good for flu and strengths immune system.Also i want to sort some other benefits of this reddish ,tasty plant. 



  • Holds blood pressure
  • Calms rheumatic pains
  • Slow downs spread of cancerous cells
  • Decreases bad cholesterol
  • Protects against diabetes
  • Includes vitamin C
  • Strengths immune system
  • Protects from cold-flu.
  • Gives skin a natural shine
  • A natural antioxidants
  • Protector against urinary diseases
  • Has a diuretic effect

How To Prepare Rose Hip Tea ? 

There're a few different consumption ways of rose hip but the most common is tea version of it.

All you have to do is just putting 2 tbsp of rose hip (dried&smashed) into 2 liters of boiling water.Steep about 5-8 mins and rest about 10 mins before consumption.






Health Benefits Of Rose Hip 

At Feb. 2010 ''Journal of Nutrition'' published a scientific article about usage of rose hip tea decreases high blood pressure and positive results observed on high blood pressure patients.Regarding to this research,stable usage of rose hip tea (6 weeks)decreases blood pressure.

I guess this is all for now.Hope to see you at next post !


P.S:
* I am not a medical doctor, nutritionist or in a health profession or making claims to be. I am merely sharing research that I’ve done and my own personal results.
**As with any health suggestion, be your own advocate, ask your doctor and know that nutrition and beauty advice are not one-size-fits-all. Anything you try is at your own risk.

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