Rose Oil from Bulgaria is the most famous variety of this kind of product. Bulgaria produces the maximum amount of rose in the world. The oil is produced from the petals of the flowers. There are various methods of producing the oil, like distillation, solvent extraction and carbon dioxide extraction. While the former is the cheapest, the last one gives the purest variety of rose oil. Rose oil from Bulgaria has a wide demand in the world. It is a clear liquid with light yellow tinge. It has a typical odor of its own and has a specific gravity of 0.848 to 0.861. The refractive index is 1.453 to 1.464 and it is widely used in external applications. Although the oil is obtained from less than 1% by weight of the petals, it is greatly helpful in many health concerns. It is used commonly in stress related disorders, as massage oil and in headaches and others.
· It is widely used for application in headache.
· It is very popular for use as a stress reliever.
· Its aroma makes it an essential component for aromatherapy.
· It is also widely used in cosmetics.
· It helps in reducing stress related disorders.
· It is helpful in controlling anger.
The most common components of rose oil from Bulgaria are nerol, linalool, stearoptene, alpha-pinene, beta-pinene, geranyl acetate, eugenol, rose oxide, methyl eugenol, neryl acetate and benzaldehyde. Its aroma is because of beta-damascenone, beta-damascone and beta-ionone.
It greatly helpful in massaging and hence is often mixed with neem oil, labdanum oil, mastic oil and lemon balm oil for external use.
|Product Code||SVA - 195|
|Botanical Name||Rosa Damascena|
|Methods of Extraction||Solvent Extraction, Steam Distillation|
|Color & Odor||Almost colorless to Yellow color & Characteristic odour|
|Country of Origin||Bulgaria|
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