Each jar contains 50g of loose leaf tea which makes approximately 50 cups (can be steeped 2-3x)
1. Rich in antioxidants
2. Boosts immune system
3. Improves heart health
4. May aid in weight loss
5. May reduce inflammation and pain.
Rosehip tea is a type of herbal tea made from the fruit of the rose plant. The rosehips are the round, reddish-orange, seed-filled fruit that develops after the petals of the rose fall off. Rosehips are particularly high in vitamin C, which is why they are often used in herbal remedies for colds and flu.
To make rosehip tea, the fruit is usually dried and then steeped in boiling water for several minutes. Some people prefer to use fresh rosehips, which can be crushed and steeped in boiling water, or brewed with a teapot or infuser.
Rosehip tea has a tangy, fruity flavor that is slightly tart and refreshing. It can be enjoyed hot or cold, and is often combined with other herbs and flavors, such as ginger or mint, to create a more complex flavor profile.
Who is it for?
Rosehip tea can be enjoyed by anyone who wants to add a flavorful and healthy beverage to their diet. Because of its high vitamin C content and antioxidant properties, it may be particularly beneficial for individuals looking to boost their immune system or promote healthy skin. Additionally, the anti-inflammatory compounds in rosehip tea may make it a good choice for those dealing with inflammation-related health issues. However, as with any dietary supplement or herbal remedy, it is important to talk to a healthcare professional before using rosehip tea for medicinal purposes, especially if you have any pre-existing medical conditions or are taking medication.
Start by boiling your filtered water first. You may want to boil more water than you’d use for your tea, because you can use the extra boiling water to first warm up the tea pot. Discard the boiling water you use to warm up the tea pot, and now your teapot won’t cool down as quickly.
Put a teaspoon of your Rosehip Tea into the teapot, and then pour in the hot water. Let it steep for 3-5 minutes. The tea won’t get bitter even if you steep for a longer time.