Roses come in many varieties, like rosedamascena and rose centifolia. While the former is more common, the later comes in limited varieties. In Iran, one can find the former variety in huge quantity. The rose oil is obtained from the rose petals by distillation, solvent extraction or supercritical fluid extraction. The oil is a clear liquid with a bit of yellowish tinge. It becomes light brown when purified. It has many health benefits due to the high amount of various nutrients present. Its constituents help in imparting many of its health benefits, besides the aroma that it carries. It is good for application on skin. Mostly it is used for external applications and it is very popular in aromatherapy.
· It is used widely in aromatherapy.
· It helps in curing headache.
· It is good to cure stress related disorders.
· It if inhaled at night can reduce daily stress level to a great extent.
· It is often used in skin products to enhance the skin glow.
· It is greatly beneficial in improving the control over anger.
Its main components include citronellol, linalool, phenyl ethyl alcohol, farnesol, stearoptene, alpha-pinene, beta-pinene, camphene, p-cymene, benzaldehyde, benzyl alcohol and ethyl formate. Its aroma comes from beta-damascenone and beta-damascone.
It blends with most of the oil varieties that are widely used in aromatherapy. Its blends are possible with lemon balm oil, laurel leaf oil, labdanum oil, mastic oil, muguet oil, monarda oil and manuka oil.
|Product Code||SVA - 197|
|Botanical Name||Rosa Damascena|
|Methods of Extraction||Solvent Extraction, Steam Distillation|
|Color & Odor||Almost colorless to Yellow color & Characteristic odor|
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