Sunday, 24 June 2012

Rose Flower

All parts of the roses, either flowers, roots, or leaves can be used. Usually the leaves are used while still fresh, while the flowers and roots usually dried first.

Rose contains vitamin C, B, E, K, tannin, geraniol, nerol, sitronelol, geranik acid, terpenes, flavonoids, pectin, polyphenols, carotenoids, vanillin, stearopten, farnesol, phenyletanol, eugenol, nonilaldehida, and feniletilalkohol.

Roses can be used for beauty treatments, especially for skin cleansers and toners, cleaning patches and efficacious as acne scars, ulcers, preventing wrinkles, or abscess.

Rose essential oil contains geraniol and limonene that serves as an antiseptic, a killer fungus Candida albican cause of vaginal discharge, and to increase endurance.

Red roses as an efficacious anti-inflammatory, anti-spasm, aphrodisiac, refresher, bile secretion enhancer, tonic, menstrual regulator, expectorant, relieving swelling, as well as toxic cleaners.

The fragrance of the roses used as aromatherapy that is soothing and to enhance the mood.
Roses juice mixed with honey, efficacious and refresh tired skin.

Rose efficacious cure skin rashes, tuberculosis, cervical glands, measles, coughing up blood, constipation, breast swelling, rheumatism, dysentery, stomach pain, ulcers, acute or chronic intestinal inflammation, reduce pain in the stomach, relieving depression and invigorating the kidney.

Root roses can be used to treat menstrual irregularities, swelling, and vaginal discharge.

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