Wednesday, April 13, 2016

How much we know about the power of Flowers?

Most of us know that flowers are colorful, beautiful in its look, loving and impressive that once it comes in your hand, it becomes your world for the moment. And, you would definitely like to present it someone close to your heart.

Above all, everyone loves flowers, but only a few of us know about the quality of flowers. Some of the flowers are not only beautiful in its look, but are tremendously useful for our health when taken as edible extracts decoction:


It is known for promoting a feeling of well-being and calmness.
It has a high level of antioxidants and gently relieves water retention. 
If taken as a tea, it also increases good cholesterol (HDL) 
and reduces bad cholesterol (LDL).


It’s a gentle laxative and also used in Unani medicines. It is cooling in nature and also drunk as a summer sharbat. Rose water is also known as a natural way to keep the skin hydrated and fresh. Rose essence mixed with distilled water reduces facial redness and itchiness.


It is rich in vitaminsB, C, and phosphorus. A lotus flower decoction treats acidity, ulcers, diseases of the spleen and liver, overheating, rashes, high blood pressure and anxiety problems. Lotus roots control blood haemorrhagic conditions due to the presence of quercetin that improves early cutting and also prevents blood loss. Its extracts can also delay premature greying of hair.

Evening Primrose

Its oil is used extensively in essence and drops to reduce mood swings and sub-clinical depression associated with changes to hormones, prostate problems and hormonal fluctuations during menopause. When used as a capsule, it is swallowed with water.


Hibiscus-infused water reduces blood pressure and cholesterol by detoxifying the liver. It is high in vitamin C that makes it an immunity booster.

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