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Rosebuds and Lemon Tea — Recipe special for women

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Adjust Servings:
A handful Rose Petals/Buds
3-4 Slices Lemon
2 teaspoons Honey
3 Cups Water
  • Vegan

This is first recipe for women health series. Rose Buds, Lemon and Honey all have good benefits for women!

  • 10
  • Serves 3
  • Easy




A lot of my friends are always wondering why Asian women look so young from their real age. Genetic is one reason, another reason is that most asian women really put a lot effort to take good care of themselves. As an woman, you have to know that no one loves you as much as you love yourself.

I am going to create a series of recipes special for women’s health. This one is going to be the first recipe. As a man, you can drink this tea as well, it’s also good for your health.

Lemon is good source of Vitamin C and antioxidants. Getting enough vitamin C keeps the body producing collagen, essential in smoothing out lines in the face. Also reducing dark spots as well. Lemon has a lot of other benefits, since I am talking about women’s health, that’s why I am only concentrate at the benefit on your skin effect. 

Rose petals or buds are packed full of Vitamin C, we all know how and why Vitamin C is good for the skin, also I have to mention that Rose tea has traditionally been drunk around the world to alleviate some of the symptoms of menstruation, in particular to ease painful cramping. It reduces breast tenderness and even balances endocrine disorders. It stabilizes emotional ups and downs and balancing the mind.

Today I am going to start teaching you how to take better care of yourself!

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Other women’s health recipes:

Homemade Three Red Sweet Soup

Black Sesame Puree (黑芝麻糊)

Pecans/Walnuts Puree (核桃酪)


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5-10 mins

Boil the 3 cups of water with rosebuds, turn to medium heat and cook about 5 to 10 minutes


When the water is cold, add the lemon slices and honey


Enjoy your rosebuds and lemon tea


Living the fast-paced life in the heart of New York City. By day, I'm a dedicated professional at a top financial firm, navigating the thrilling world of finance. By night, I'm a passionate food blogger, dancing through the kitchen and savoring every bite of life's culinary delights. Cooking is my therapy, dancing is my joy, and indulging in great meals is my ultimate reward. A few fun facts about me: Food Enthusiast: Turning fresh ingredients into mouth-watering dishes and sharing tips and tricks on my blog. Dancing Diva: Whether it's salsa, ballroom, or a spontaneous kitchen dance party, I love to move to the rhythm of life. Bookworm & Reviewer: I dive into books ranging from financial wisdom to culinary arts and beyond. I enjoy writing reviews that spark conversation and inspire fellow readers. NYC Explorer: On a never-ending quest to discover the best eats, hidden gems, and culinary hotspots in this incredible city. Join me as I balance the exhilarating world of finance with my love for food, dance, and captivating reads. Let's embark on a flavorful and intellectual journey together, one delicious meal and insightful book at a time!

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