Rose flower and its medicinal properties from the perspective of new research
Since ancient times in traditional Iranian medicine, the use of rose has been used to treat many diseases. A recent stu
Western scholars, this time from the source of healthyfoces.com, examines the role of rose from a new perspective:
Peach flowers can be freshly added to tea or beer, after consuming about 5 to 10 minutes of drip, and from these fragrant petals can also be used as a scent for meat dishes.
One of the other uses is the addition of petals of rose to yogurt with dry mint and cucumber, with which you can prepare a tasty snack, delicious and fresh.
You can use natural honey to make sweetening tea or flowers, and enjoy the delicious taste.
One of the health benefits of rose can be mentioned:
Eliminating chronic cough, treating abdominal pain and digestive problems, reducing bleeding during menstruation and relieving inflammation and allergy.
Also, rose can be used as a laxative for the treatment of constipation, soaking the perfume of this flower in the treatment of depression, eliminating sadness and anxiety.
The rose Flower contains vitamins and antioxidants that are useful for the body, including vitamin C, and can be used to treat skin problems, including acne and skin and wrinkles.
The rose water solution obtained from this flower, along with water, is a very beneficial scrub for peeling, eliminating wrinkles, cleansing makeup and eliminating skin allergies.
In addition to vitamin C in this flower, there are substances such as quercetin and ellagic acid that can be used to repair cellular damage and protect against diseases such as cardiovascular problems, osteoporosis, and cancer prevention.
Drinking rose flower tea can also reduce wrinkles and skin wrinkles and increase skin colaemia so that the skin is kept fresh and usefull.
The use of this flower improves the immune system, thus protecting the person from diseases such as colds, sore throats and flu.
Drinking flowers can also be used to kill harmful bacteria in the intestines, people with diseases such as bloody diarrhea and gastro-oesophageal inflammation can also benefit from this remedy.
Cleansing the liver and the gallbladder is another benefit of drinking Gem rose, and postmenopausal women can also use it to reduce the symptoms and problems of this period, including hot flashes.
For the treatment of urinary tract infections, the removal of inflammation and bladder infection can also be used with a preservative.
Despite all the therapeutic benefits of this plant, experts advise people to test sensitivities before they are consumed, as some people have a dermatological and nutritional allergy that may be associated with an aggravation of allergy symptoms.