Rose Essential Oil, Bulgarian
Bulgarian Rose (Rosa damascena) essential oil (the best) in a 1 ml amount bottled with euro-dropper, is often referred to as Rose Otto oil. Rose is the most complex of essential oils. And the benefits are just about as incredible. Read on.
Rose is anti-inflammatory, prevents and reduces scarring, and balances and elevates the mind.
Traditional uses of rose oil have been for the skin (for thousands of years).
This oil may help asthma, chronic bronchitis, herpes simplex, impotence, scarring, sexual debilities, skin diseases, and wrinkles.
You can use it by either diffusing the oil or by applying it topically. Rose Otto oil does not need to be diluted before applying directly on the skin.
The beautiful fragrance of rose is intoxicating and aphrodisiac-like. It helps bring balance and harmony, allowing one to overcome insecurities. It is stimulating and elevating to the mind, creating a sense of well-being.
Special Note: The Bulgarian Rosa damascena (high in citronellol) is very different from Morrocan Rosa centifolia (high in phenyl ethanol). They have different colors, aromas, and therapeutic actions.
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