Rose (Rosa L.) is a prickly shrub of the Rosaceae family. In its natural state, it occurs in the Western Hemisphere in areas subject to the influence of warm and temperate climate.
Most of the Roses Petals are edible. You can find roses in almost all colours: from white to black. Rose Petals contain substances used to make essential oils. They are also great as an addition to tea and as a component of preserves.
How To Use Rose Petals Health Embassy
Pour one glass (200ml) of boiling water over a 1-3 tsp of Rose Petals and brew it covered for about 10 minutes. An infusion prepared this way can be strained through gauze. After straining, drink the infusion.
Put the Rose Petals into a container, pour in 125ml of mineral water and 15ml of pure alcohol. The tonic for washing your face is ready.
Tightly fill the jar with Rose Petals, pour honey to full and mix well using a wooden spoon. Finally, seal the jar tightly and set aside in a dark place for six weeks. After this time, squeeze the honey thoroughly through a strainer. Add Rose Honey to the hot tea and enjoy it.
Fill the bathtub with warm, but not hot water. Then throw Rose Petals into the water and pour in a few drops of aromatic oil (e.g. lavender, great for relaxing and refreshing). The bath can also be enriched with milk, rich in such valuable elements as proteins, calcium and vitamins. All you have to do is pour the packet of milk powder into the bathtub.
Add olive oil or almond oil to a jar tightly filled with Rose Petals. Mix the ingredients with a wooden spoon. Add some more oil, spin and set aside for about 6 weeks. After this time, squeeze the oil thoroughly and store the prepared elixir in a dark brown bottle.
Put Rose Petals into a paper envelope, seal it and place it in the place we want to enchant with the smell of the rose garden. Instead of an envelope, you can use a round piece of material, put petals in the centre, fold the edges and tie it with a rubber band, and to make it nicer, tie it with a nice ribbon.
This product description is for informational purposes only.
It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as a medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.