Rose-Turkish organic 10% alcohol 90%
Plant family: Rosaceae. The roses are deciduous shrubs with stings on the trunk, branches and twigs. The fruit of the roses are rose hips. The variety ‘Trigintipetala “is mentioned as early as 1689. Its overhanging flowers are pink and have a strong fragrance. It is one of the summer blooming Damascus roses and is up to two meters high. Rose Turkish because Primavera grows and breeds this rose in Turkey.
Today the Damascus roses are native mainly to Europe, Persia and India. Also in Morocco, Russia and Turkey.
History: The rose has been known as the “queen of flowers” since ancient times. It has been bred for more than 2000 years.
The crusaders brought in the 13th the “Damascener Rose” to Europe.
The Damascus rose is Medicinal Plant of the Year 2013. According to the association NHV who chose the plant, the plant has anti-inflammatory, anticonvulsant and antipyretic properties. Aromatherapy uses its essential oil, among other things, for mental and physical relaxation
1 liter is obtained from about 5000kg of flowers. Oil
Before internal or external use, please consult specialist books, a doctor or aromatherapist .
The effect of the Rose Turkish on the soul is: Strongly mood-enhancing, relaxing, balancing and harmonizing. In addition, erotic, strengthening the immune system, anti-bacterial, relaxing, pain relieving. Helps with: stress, inner restlessness and more ..
The effect physically: antibacterial, relieving, analgesic, hormone-regulating. Helps with: abdominal pain, menstrual cramps and muscle tension. Also in baby care, for scars, neurodermatitis
A bit more:
Rose oil is one of the most expensive essential oils for a reason. The extraction of the pure essential oil from the petals is very labor-intensive. Large growing areas of the Damascus rose and the Rosa Centifolia are in Bulgaria, Turkey and southern France. To this day, the freshly opened flowers are picked by hand in Bulgaria in the morning hours. In the course of the day with increasing exposure to the sun, the proportion of essential oil decreases by up to 70%. That is why the rose pickers have to be on their feet very early.
You need a lot of petals to make rose oil. So you get only 200 to 300 grams of rose oil from ONE clay rose petals. One liter of rose oil takes about 5 tons! In addition, there is the short harvest time of around one month from mid-May to mid-June. A picker’s daily harvest amounts to a maximum of 50 kilograms of rose petals.
INCI: Alcohol, Rosa Damascena Flower Oil, Citral **, Eugenol **, Geraniol **, Citronellol **, Farnesol **, Linalool **
** natural components of essential oil