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Rose Flower Herbal Cosmetic Tea

Moisture<12% ,Impurity<0.5% ,Ash<5%
Product type: Bulk raw material of herb tea: 5 or 10 kg per Carton
Customized Herbal tea /Herb tea: mini bag :3 or 5 grams /bag
Variety: single or blended
Package: Carton or Plastic bags, mini paper bag
Shelf life: 2 years under correct storage
Caffeine Free, Sugar fee, GMO-free, Gluten-free, Vegan, Artificial Sweetener Free, Organic Approved, Dietician and Nutritionist-Approved
 
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Product Name: Rose Flower 

Organic rose tea description

This product is the dried flower buds of rose, family Rosaceae. It is picked in batches in late spring and early summer when the flowers are about to open and dried at low temperature in time.

Rose petals for tea specification

Properties: The product is slightly hemispherical or irregularly glomerate, 0.7-1.5 cm in diameter. Residual pedicel is finely pilose, receptacle hemispherical, connate with the base of the calyx; sepals 5, lanceolate, yellowish green or brownish green, finely pilose; petals mostly crinkled, broadly ovate after spreading, arranged in imbricate, purple-red, some yellowish brown; stamens numerous, yellowish brown; styles numerous, stigma in the mouth of the receptacle into a capitate, shorter than the stamens. slightly prominent, shorter than stamens. Light body, brittle. Aromatic and strong, taste slightly bitter and astringent.


Differentiation: The surface view of the sepals of this product: non-glandular hairs are dense, unicellular, multi-curved, 136-680μm long, thick wall, lignified. Glandular hair head multicellular, oblate, 64 ~ 180μm in diameter, stalk multicellular, multiseriate, 50 ~ 340μm long, the base is sometimes visible unicellular branches. Calcium oxalate cluster crystal diameter 9 ~ 25μm.


Inspection: Moisture should not exceed 12.0%.


Total ash should not be more than 7.0%.


Extracts: Determined by the hot leaching method under the Alcohol Soluble Leachate Determination Method (General rule 2201), using 20% ethanol as solvent, not less than 28.0%.


Taste and Attribution: Sweet, slightly bitter, warm. Returning to the liver and spleen meridians.

China rose petal leaf tea functions

1, Rose tea is mild in nature, suitable for both men and women. It can ease the emotions, balance the endocrine, blood gas, beauty and skin care, liver and stomach conditioning, and can eliminate fatigue, improve physical fitness. Especially rose with herbal tea and digestive, fat elimination effect, and therefore can lose weight, the most suitable for endocrine disorders and obesity mm, regulate blood, regulate female physiological problems.


2, Rose is sweet, warm, aromatic, medicinal and calm, has the effect of regulating qi and blood, detoxifying and nourishing the skin, and blood and dispersing silt, opening the body and silt, dredging the liver and awakening the spleen, promoting bile secretion, helping digestion, and regulating the mechanism.


3, The most important is its beauty benefits, often drink can remove the dark spots on the skin, make the skin tender white natural, anti-wrinkle also help. Liver depression type of weight loss can drink more, help to lose weight; have the effect of breast enlargement and menstruation; can also laxative. Beauty and skin care slimming good product.


4, mainly for liver and stomach disharmony caused by dullness and stuffiness, stomach and distension and menstrual disorders or premenstrual breast pain. In addition, rose also contains a variety of nutrients, has a very good effect on certain skin diseases, long-term use can completely remove acne and acne, make the skin of the face smooth and soft, for the treatment of facial chloasma has a certain effect.

Dried rose petals for tea applications

Food industry; beauty industry; pharmaceutical industry

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How to drink the herb tea?

Herbal tea is usually brewed with covered glasses, porcelain cups, or porcelain pots for 2-5 minutes, to release the unique aroma of active ingredients and flowers before drinking. But it is not suitable to drink with purple sand pots. Herbal tea is a kind of non-fermented tea, and it is mainly made of young, unpolluted buds and petals. When brewing, the water temperature should not be too high, and the water temperature should be 80-90 °C. Brewing herbal tea is also not suitable for using a thermos cup, because the multivitamin and aromatic substances contained in herbal tea will be quickly destroyed and reduced under high temperature and constant temperature conditions, and the resulting herbal tea will become darker in color and astringent in taste. In addition, in the process of brewing, pots and cups should be sealed to minimize the loss of aroma. Herbal tea is suitable for drinking, don’t add milk, no or less sugar, can add a small amount of honey to maintain the natural flavor.

Step 1: Boil Some Water

To boil the water so that it’s so hot that it quickly and easily infuses into the herbs and works to pull out the properties of the herbs… as well as the vitamins and minerals too!

Step 2: Place Herbs In Tea Strainer

You can purchase premade herbal tea bags or you can buy seal-able tea bags and make your own using loose leaf teas. There are a lot of options. Anyway, put about a teaspoon of the herb into your strainer or your teabag if you’re making your own, and place it in your teacup.

Step 3 : Pour Hot Water

Super simple. Pour your just-boiled water into your cup so that your herbs are submerged in the hot water.

Step 4: Steep Your Tea

Cover your teacup with another bowl or plate so that the steam doesn’t escape. Steep times will vary depending upon what herb you’re using and how hard (or tough) it is. For most tea leaves and flowers, 10 minutes of steeping is perfect. If you’re using a harder herb like barks or berries, give it about 20 minutes to steep. If you’re using roots, you’ll need to let that steep for at least 30 minutes.

Step 5: Clean Your Tea

Let your tea put into the hot water about 2 minutes to remove the dust ,Chinese means "xicha",then enjoy your tea.

Step 6: Sweeten Your Tea

This is it… the last step. Sweeten your tea if you’d like with whatever sweetener you prefer. I love using honey. It just goes with tea, but you can use whatever sweetener you favor. Just a little is needed. there’s nothing worse than super-sweet herbal tea. Of course ,if you put the Goji berry and Chrysanthemum or others will be better.

In fact, after you get used to drinking tea regularly, many times you’ll find that you don’t even need a sweetener in your tea. You can even use herbal honey if you have some of that made which will give your tea a double whammy!


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