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A Rose Is A Rose Is A Rose Flower Tea

With spring in the air, it’s hard not to have flowers on the mind. As spring slowly begins to peek out so do pink and yellow flower buds where you forgot they were – in bushes, in the grass, in the once barren trees. As they bloom in nature, let some brew in your cup of tea. And what better flower than a rose? With poem after poem written about it, with artists painting it in soft reds and pinks, and with it even being sung in musicals

“Oh! I once heard a poem that goes:
“A rose is a rose is a rose”
Well I don’t agree,
Take it from me,
There’s one rose sweeter than any that grows!
That’s my Rosie,
I’m so glad she chose me;
Life is one sweet beautiful song to me”
– Bye Bye Birdie

It’s hard to not have roses on the mind. You can make your life “Rose – y” with Rose Flower Tea. It is not only beautiful but full of health benefits.  Rose teas have high levels of vitamin C ,which helps the body fight off colds, the flu,and viruses. It also contains the ability to clear the toxic waste from the bladder and kidneys and in doing this it reduces the risk of urinary tract infections. Drinking rose tea can also prevent blockages that can be caused by kidney stones. Rose tea also contains rich nutrients and organic acids with help to prevent digestive problems and helps reduce the risk of dysentery, diarrhea, gastroenteritis and constipation.

A rose is a rose is way more than a rose with this tea. Usher in the spring by drinking some of it and flush out that winter sickness with it. You can view the world through those rose tinted glasses and the world will be beautiful – at least for a while.



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