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Varying wildly by preparation and consumption methods, the benefits of the Queen of Flowers have been harnessed by humans since ancient civilizations. Noted by the National Library of Medicine as having "several pharmacological properties including anti-HIV, antibacterial, antioxidant, antitussive, hypnotic, antidiabetic, and having a relaxant effect on tracheal chains", we understand why this plant has been dubbed royalty.



Beauty that Blooms

Roses have been adored for centuries for their exquisite beauty, and their benefits extend beyond their captivating looks. According to a study published in the Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies, roses contain natural antioxidants and essential vitamins that can help nourish the skin, leaving it looking radiant and youthful. So, let those petals work their magic!

Aromatherapy for the Heart

The seductive scent of roses can do wonders for your mood and emotions. A study published in the International Journal of Aromatherapy suggests that inhaling the fragrance of roses can have a calming effect, reducing stress and promoting relaxation. So, let the alluring aroma of roses whisk you away to a state of bliss.

Love Is In the Air

Roses are the ambassadors of love, igniting passion and desire. The presence of roses can evoke positive emotions and even increase romantic feelings. So, if you want to set the stage for a love-filled evening, surround yourself with the intoxicating scent and sight of roses, you heartthrob.

Mood Enhancing Enchantment

Roses can rescue you from a dull day. According to a study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, roses have been found to have mood-enhancing properties. Whether you're feeling down or simply in need of a pick-me-up, let the vibrant colors and delicate petals of roses brighten your spirits and infuse joy into your world.

Heart Health

Believe it or not, roses can also contribute to your heart's well-being. Research published in the Journal of Food Science suggests that certain compounds found in roses may have cardiovascular benefits, helping to support a healthy heart. So, let your heart flutter with delight as you indulge in the benefits of roses.

Common Forms

Rose Oil

Among the most sought-after, rose oil's sweet, flowery aroma can be both soothing and uplifting. Delight in this luxurious fragrance as a natural swap for your normal perfume with a few drops applied topically, to your body moisturizer, or just seriously up your candle game. Rose is as versatile as she is beautiful.

Rose Water

This mild astringent offers major skin perks like inflammation reduction for normal to oily skin, and doubles as sweet-smelling fragrance in so many ways. Think linen water, room spray, or just a niiiiiice rosy mist to the face. Yezzzzz.

Rose Petals

(for eating - don't even get us started with tactile uses...) As with most living organisms, rose's nutritional benefits and potency are greatest when minimally processed or heat exposed. Wonderfully aromatic in tea and essential oils, we served dried rose petals to preserve their digestion-boosting benefits, which have been observed as calming.

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