Production of Rose Oil
The essential oil obtained from the rose petals of Roscaceae by distillation is expensive because it requires 80 kg of flowers to produce 30 ml of essential oil.
Rose Oil in Naturopathy
Rose oil acts as natural antidepressant. Its anti-inflammatory property helps with microbial infections, it relieves pain during the treatment of rheumatism, arthritis and gout, as a natural antiseptic, it protects against topical wound infections during wound healing. Rose oil has the ability to stop the bleeding from cuts and small wounds. Rose oil boosts immunity through its antiviral property. It works effectively in the treatment of boils, abscesses, ulcers and other rashes.
Rose Oil in Aromatherapy
By means of its anti-depressive effect, the scent of the rose oil, which emanates with the help of an aroma lamp, is helpful in eliminating depression, stress and tension. The scent of rose oil helps to relax the mind, on dark winter days the scent helps to lift the mood. This oil is also used in anti-trauma therapy. The application of rose oil by means of a diffuser, relieves spasms in the respiratory tract, through its spasmolytic action and at the same time the scent helps to disinfect the room.
Rose Oil in Manual Therapy
Applied by massage, the antispasmodic effect of rose oil helps treat muscle cramps in the limbs.
Rose Oil for Skin Care
Rose oil tightens the skin, reduces existing wrinkles and protects against recurrence when used regularly, this oil gives the skin elasticity and firmness. Rose oil enhances the protective function of the skin and helps in eliminating rosacea, puffiness and dark circles. It is also a perfect scarring oil and is helpful for pregnancy scars, surgical scars or scarring in acne.
Rose Oil for Oral Hygiene
Its astringent properties help to prevent parandontosis. Rose oil helps the gums to stay healthy through good blood circulation and at the same time has a firming effect.