Rose oilMain Chemicals
geraniol, citronellolProduct Description
One of the oldest oils used by people since the ancient times.
Damask roses (R. damascena) are queens of the Persian and Arabian gardens and the most fragrant roses of the Old Garden. They are not only beautiful: the roses with 60 petals are enchanting but they also have healing properties. Studies of rose oil and essential oil obtained from them show the presence of antioxidants (substances that inhibit the oxidation of organic substances), antibacterial and antimicrobial activity.
There is a suggestion that the Damask roses come from a cross between R. gallica (R. of Gallia) and R. phhenicia (R. in Phoenician). Inner Damask roses – the side of the East. Western roses came through Asia Minor, Syria and the countries in the Middle East. Most likely, after their return from another campaign in Asia, the Crusaders took these roses and brought them to Europe in 1254. This is when the the name Damask Rose appeared – a rose brought from Damascus. We do not know the details of this mysterious story, it is obscured by fog. The first reference to "the common Damask" appeared in the 1820s.
The rose Trigintipetala is widely used in the oil industry in Bulgaria. It is believed that this variety was imported from Turkey and maybe this was R. damascena (R. Damascus). If so, then the characteristics of the original Damask rose should be as follows: numerous branches pointing upward, hanging like arches, partially folded, partially fuzzy gray-green leaves, flowers gathered in a brush. In short, the sophisticated look, the strong aroma of flowers and the wide range of colors with the transition from white to pink – that's a real splendor!
Rose essential oil, along with lavender, is one of the oldest oils used by people since ancient times. It was used as a fragrance and as a remedy for many diseases. Natural rose oil is the most expensive essential oil used in aromatherapy, but it will justify the money you have spent on it. First of all, nothing can compare to the smell of real rose oil. Second of all, there are no skin care products (except chamomile oil) that are more effective than this one. Essential rose oil rejuvenates, helps you get rid of the wrinkles, improves skin elasticity, removes scars, and normalizes sebaceous glands. It is used in dermatology for such diseases as eczema, acne, mouth ulcers and even psoriasis. By acting directly on the central nervous system, rose oil helps alleviate depression, the sense of fear, anger, jealousy and suspicion. This is why rose essential oil is also used in aromatherapy to increase sexual activity as a result of a psychological nature. Rose oil is excellent for dealing with blood circulation problems – By optimizing blood flow, rose oil increases the elasticity and strengthens the venous walls of blood vessels, which in turn prevents varicose veins.
- Rose essential oil helps with arthritis and rheumatism.
- Rose oil normalizes the gastrointestinal tract, removes nausea, intestinal colic, stomach cramps, constipation, helps with various liver diseases.
- With its strong antiseptic properties, rose oil is used in aromatherapy as a very effective means to help in treating diseases such as bronchitis, upper respiratory catarrh, and laryngitis.
- Although rose essential oil is not recommended during pregnancy, as it is a means of stimulating menstruation, in gynecology, rose oil is successfully used in cases of genital infections (such as vaginitis and thrush), premenstrual syndrome and menopausal disorders.
- It is used in dermatology for such diseases as eczema, acne, mouth ulcers and even psoriasis. By acting directly on the central nervous system, rose oil helps alleviate depression, the sense of fear, anger, jealousy and suspicion. This is why rose essential oil is also used in aromatherapy to increase sexual activity as a result of a psychological nature.
- Rose oil is excellent for dealing with blood circulation problems – By optimizing blood flow, rose oil increases the elasticity and strengthens the venous walls of blood vessels, which in turn prevents varicose veins.
Recommendations for use
- Stomach cramps, intestinal colic, diarrhea, nausea;
- Laryngitis, bronchitis, cold, flu, upper respiratory catarrh;
- Skin irritation, acne, herpes, dermatitis, scab, insect bites;
- Irregular menstrual cycle, premenstrual syndrome;
- Migraine, dizziness, fainting, sinusitis, toothache;
- Anger, fear, mental retardation, neuralgia;
- Varicose veins (if there are nodules and inflammations), muscle pain;
- Frigidity, impotence.
Methods of administration and dosage: When using rose essential oil, it should be borne in mind that at room temperature the central rose oil obtained by the steam distillation method hardens and crystallizes. Therefore, before using the rose oil, it should be heated in a water bath (+40 degrees).
Baths: General bath 9-10 drops. Since essential oils do not dissolve in water, it is advisable to dilute the exact amount of oil in a glass of yogurt, milk or cream beforehand. An alternative may be a spoonful of coarse salt or a small amount of honey.
Massage: 6-7 drops per 20 grams base. The base are the basic fatty oils: jojoba, peach, almond, avocado, wheat germ, cedar nut oil. At home, you can use fatty vegetable oils such as corn, olive, soybean oil as a base.
Inhalation: 2-4 drops per liter of hot water.
Aroma lamp: 1-2 drops per 5 square meters.