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Floral Tea

Floral teas are flavourful aromatic blends of dried flowers like jasmine, rose, lavender, chamomile, or other flowers. Floral teas come under herbal teas. It can be made only from flowers or it can be a combination of flowers and herbs. Whether it’s a cold winter day or you’re looking for a cold tea in summers, floral teas are best to have that taste delicious and add to your health. 

In this article, we have covered some floral teas and their health benefits as well.

Jasmine Tea

Jasmine Tea is lightly scented with the scent of jasmine. The tea made from these white blooms is light brown or yellowish in color. It has a soothing taste. Jasmine tea is rich in antioxidants, supports the immune system, cardiovascular health, and regulates blood circulation. Jasmine tea also helps reduce the risk of cancer. 

 Lavender Tea

Lavender is well known for its soothing and relaxing properties. The pleasantly scented lavender is used in perfumes, essential oils, lotions, candles, etc. Lavender tea also offers the same soothing and relaxing properties and can help you unwind a hectic day in your busy lifestyle. It refreshes your mind and body. Lavender tea is rich in vitamin C, magnesium, and calcium and has a brilliant flowery flavor. 

Rose Tea

The flower symbolizes love and the delicate rose tea has a sweet taste. The color of the tea is light pink which is eye-catching. The health benefits of rose tea include lowering anxiety, reducing inflammation. It also improves the digestive system and boosts weight loss.

Dandelion Tea

Dandelion is a flowering plant often described as a weed. The tea made from this weed flower has many health benefits and tastes sweet which entices the taste buds. Dandelion tea is a plethora of antioxidants and works as an immunity booster, provides healthy skin, promotes liver health, and helps in weight loss.


Lily tea is made from dry lily flowers and has a refreshing taste. Found in high-end beauty products, Lily tea has a sweet taste and helps in reducing scars, reducing the appearance of wrinkles,  lowering the body heat, decreasing depression, and improving mood. The tea is also good for your heart.

Chamomile Tea

Chamomile is a classy single-ingredient floral tea. It can also be used in combinations with herbs too. Chamomile contains chemicals called flavonoids that play a significant role in chamomile’s medical effects. Chamomile tea helps in reducing menstrual pain, treating diabetes, reducing inflammation, treating cancer, and relaxing for a night of better sleep. People with allergies to chamomile products, and pollen should avoid consuming chamomile tea. 


 Hibiscus Tea

Full of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, Hibiscus tea is one of the most loved flower tea. Delicious to taste and beautiful to look at, the tea has a fruity citrusy taste similar to cranberry juice. This tea offers great health benefits like improving skin and eye health, preventing liver damage and bladder infections, reducing blood pressure, and boosting immune function.


Now that you’re aware of the benefits of floral teas, cut down on your caffeine consumption and go for these natural and floral tastes. These teas will add to your health also. 

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