or vinegar rose. Plant family: Rosaceae: Shrubs that are studded with thorns on the trunk, branches and twigs. The rose is a deciduous shrub and is known as the “queen of flowers”. It has given its name to the entire genus of plants. The very robust rose gallica (vinegar rose) has been cultivated for many centuries. As a medicinal plant, for the production of perfume, rose water and rose vinegar, the rose was already extensively cultivated by the Romans. Today especially in Europe, Asia, India. Primavera gets the rose gallica from Azerbaijan / Georgia.
1 liter is obtained from about 5000kg of flowers. Oil
This makes rose oil one of the most expensive oils of all, which also leads to counterfeit and adulterated oils coming onto the market.
And even the water that is obtained from the distillation is still so precious that the cosmetics industry cannot be refused to use it to manufacture its products.
History: The rose has been known as the “queen of flowers” since ancient times. It has been bred for more than 2000 years. In Greece the rose gallika was consecrated to the goddess Aphrodite and has been a symbol of love ever since.
The Rosa Gallica variety existed until the beginning of the 17th century. about 12 different varieties. Today there are more than 1000 through breeding.
TIP: Add one to two drops of oil mixed with a teaspoon of honey to a cup of lukewarm water or tea twice a day.
Before internal use, please consult specialist books, doctor or aromatherapist.
The effect on the soul is: Strongly mood-enhancing, relaxing, balancing, harmonizing, erotic, helps with: Stress, inner restlessness
The effect physically is: Antiseptic, eye inflammation, blood purifying, hemostatic, bronchial, depression, bile secretion promoting, uterine diseases, skin diseases, herpes, heart, headache, liver, migraine, vaginal inflammation (vaginal)
INCI; Rosa Gallica Flower Oil, Citral **, Eugenol **, Geraniol **, Citronellol **, Farnesol **, Linalool **< br />
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