Roses have been used for cultural and medicinal purposes for thousands of years. The rose family has over 130 species and thousands of cultivars. All roses are edible and can be used in tea, but some varieties are sweet while others are more bitter.
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Boosts immunity, May help the skin heal., Supports Bone Health, Weight loss, Boost metabolism and fat burning, Treating diabetes, Helps in regulating muscle contraction, Improved cholesterol values, May help manage blood pressure, Weight Control, Control blood sugar, Better appetite control, Enhance physical endurance, Improve Digestion, Stores energy, Good for vitamins, Keeps the body warm, Reduce Inflammation & Blood Clotting , Keep your skin and bones healthy and strengthen respectively, Protect the body from trauma, Cure Breast cancer, Diverticular disease of the colon., Treats Anemia, Boosts Hemoglobin , Improves Muscle Endurance, Improves Concentration , Reduces Bruising, Reduces Cravings and Desire for Late-Night Snacking, Increases Muscle Mass and Strength, Reduces Appetite, Does Not Harm Healthy Kidneys,