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What are the benefits of having O'Gardener's Edible Rose Water in Summer?

What are the benefits of having O'Gardener's Edible Rose Water in Summer?

As the temperatures rise and the sun beats down, staying cool and hydrated becomes a top priority. Now if you are a skincare enthusiast, it is highly unlikely that you have never used rose water on your skin to feel refreshed and hydrated in the heat. 

It is a lesser-known fact that edible rose water is also an excellent and potent addition to your meals and drinks during the summer months. While we often turn to refreshing beverages and cooling snacks, this one secret ingredient can elevate your summer experience: O’Gardener's Edible Rose Water. 

This steam-distilled edible rose water made from premium quality Damask roses is tested and claimed to be 100% safe for consumption and offers a whole range of benefits if consumed during the summer months.

Benefits of Edible Rose Water

1. Edible Rose Water Provides Hydration:

The Summer heat can quickly cause dehydration which makes us feel drained, and lethargic and may even lead to frequent headaches and in extreme cases- heat strokes! edible rose water offers a delicious and hydrating solution. 

You can use edible rose water in some delicious, easy-to-make hydrating mocktails to keep you hydrated and replenish the lost fluids of the body. The best part about edible rose water is that it does not contain any additives so it is pure and safe for consumption. 

Even if you are following a strict diet or are trying to avoid sugar, you can consume edible rose water without any worry. edible rose water gives you that sweet floral taste of rose without any glycemic index. 

Most of the commercial drinks that are available in the market are highly diuretic- which means that they cause further loss of water from the body. But edible rose water is very hydrating and it helps the body regain the lost water.

 

2. Edible Rose Water Provides Cooling Comfort:

The summer can make our body very unbalanced from the inside out! In Ayurveda, this imbalance of the fire energy and water energy is called Pitta Dosh. edible rose water is considered very cooling in Ayurveda and it helps to balance the Pitta Dosh.

Edible rose water provides a refreshing respite with its cooling properties that are naturally present in it. 

Not only does it cool the skin when used externally, but it also cools the body and the mind when consumed as edible rose water. 

So if you feel heat-related discomfort in the summer do consider consuming edible rose water! It will definitely help you balance out the heat and restore a sense of calmness and coolness in your body and mind.

 

3. Edible Rose Water Offers Digestive Support:

It is a well-researched fact in Ayurveda that our digestion slows down during the summer months. But most of us do not change our food preferences accordingly. Summer feasts and indulgences can sometimes lead to digestive discomfort.

 Luckily, edible rose water serves as a gentle digestive aid boosting digestion and providing relief from the discount that comes from indigestion. 

If you incorporate edible rose water into your meals in any form or if you sip a healthy drink with some edible rose water in it, it can help soothe your entire digestive tract and promote healthy digestion.

 

4. Edible Rose Water Soothes Inflammation:

Skin irritations and inflammations are common during the summer months- whether from sun exposure or dampness due to sweat. 

Rose water has been used on the skin for a very long time to beat inflammation. But if you have rose water as pure as edible rose water, you can even consume it to make sure that all the anti-inflammatory properties insinuate your veins and you beat inflammation internally as well.

O'Gardener's Edible Rose Water boasts mild anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce redness and irritation when consumed orally, offering relief from summer woes.

5. Edible Rose Water is an Antioxidant:

 Not only is the heat at its peak during the summer months, but oxidative stress caused by environmental factors is also at its prime during this time. This is where edible rose water comes in to be your alloy to combat oxidative stress because it is a very important antioxidant. This high-quality rose water works tirelessly to combat oxidative stress, neutralising harmful free radicals and safeguarding your cells from damage. 

So, by incorporating O'Gardener's Edible Rose Water into your daily routine, you're not just hydrating – you're nourishing your body with a potent dose of protective antioxidants.


FAQs

1. Is O'Gardener's Edible Rose Water safe for consumption?

   - 100%! O'Gardener's Edible Rose Water undergoes stringent quality control measures to ensure its safety. It is free from harmful additives, chemicals, alcohol, and preservatives, making it perfectly safe for consumption.

 

2. Can O'Gardener's Edible Rose Water be used in cooking and baking?

   - Totally! O'Gardener's Edible Rose Water adds a delightful floral aroma and flavour to various dishes, including desserts, beverages, and savoury dishes. It's a versatile ingredient that can elevate your culinary creations.

 

3. How can I incorporate O'Gardener's Edible Rose Water into my daily routine?

 - There are numerous delightful ways to incorporate O'Gardener's Edible Rose Water into your daily routine. Start your mornings with a floral twist by adding a splash to your tea or coffee. For a touch of sweetness, add it to your favourite desserts! If you feel the heat during the day, simply dilute O'Gardener's Edible Rose Water with chilled water for a refreshing beverage that revitalises both body and spirit. 


With O'Gardener's, the possibilities are endless – so go ahead! Find ways to incorporate O’Gardener’s Edible Rose Water into your daily consumption routine and savour the floral delights along with the benefits!

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