Rose Bud tea Roses, especially red roses, are the "queen’s garden" for the Nazarene people. Alongside the vine tree, they are featured in every yard, garden or balcony of a typical Nazareth home. They have been traditionally used to make rose juice, jams and sweets, as well as to decorate celebrations and parties and as a seasoning in many Nazarene dishes. Of course, it’s also dried to make fragrant and soothing tea. Rose buds contain vitamin C and can aid immunity and relieve headaches.
To brew a delicious and healthy tea, pour below-boiling water over a handful of Elbabour's dried rose buds. Let brew for up to eight minutes and sip slowly for a feeling of calmness and luxury.