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Credit: © Sergiy Bykhunenko / Fotolia

Soothing rose petal meditation tea

This soothing rose petal meditation tea will help you get in the right state of mind and spirit so you can have the best experience possible.

The ancient practice of meditation is gaining recognition – not only for its spiritual benefits, but its health benefits as well. Back in May, we reported on how meditation can reduce the risk of dementia.

Let’s take a closer look at the ingredients in this soothing rose petal meditation tea.

Raw honey:
Honey helps keep the circulatory system functioning properly. It is also a known antioxidant.

Rose:
The essence of rose when inhaled is known to help reduce stress and anxiety. It can also help produce a sedative effect.

Directions:

• Simply gather a handful of rose petals from your garden

• Bring a kettle of filtered water to a boil

• Take the kettle off the heat and let it cool for about 2 minutes

• Pour the hot water over the rose petals in a BPA free container

• Let it steep for about 10 minutes

• Add some raw honey to taste

• Serve!

Make sure ingredients are organic
Enjoy this soothing rose petal meditation tea!

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