Rose Absolute Oil
Rose Absolute Oil
Cultivated in Northern Persia. Traditionally, Rose was extensively used as a fragrance component and as an anti-inflammatory medicine. It has a profound psychological effect and exhibits an anti-anxiety effect on the nervous system and, a spasmolytic effect on the gastrointestinal ulceration and, a valuable component for skin care preparations.
Scent - Middle-base note
Rich, spicy-floral, honey, profound psychological effect on the mind.- extracted from whole flowers.
Antidepressant, anti-spasmodic, anti-viral, astringent, aphrodisiac, bactericidal, cicatrisant, choleretic, depurative, emmenagogue, general tonic, haemostatic, hepatic, laxative, neurotonic, sedative, uterine tonic.
Depression, frigidity, insomnia, menstrual irregularities, infertility, palpitations, menopause, mature skin, nervous debility.
Topical application - massage, bath, compression, liniment, ointment, skin care;
Inhalation - direct inhalation, diffusion, steam inhalation, vaporisation.
Rose oil is a potent antidepressant capable of instilling positiveness in every walks of life. This exclusive oil teams well with frankincense, geranium, jasmine, patchouli, vetiver and ylang ylang.
Switch on vaporiser to the maximum, add a few drops of Rose oil alone or with blended essence according to the area size and intensity, and allow the oil to evaporate to saturate the environment. Ensure all windows and doors are closed.
General regarded as safe. Perform patch and/or scent test before use. For any skin allergic reactions, run tap water or cool compress on affected areas until redness subsided. Store essential oil in a dark, cool and dry place and avoid sunlight and keep children out of reach.
Essential oils are not safe to apply on the skin undiluted nor to consume any small amounts which can cause significant poisoning.
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