Synonyms: Rose oil, Rosa damascene, Rose absolute, French rose, Indian Rose.
Botanical Name: Rosa Damascene.
Part Used: Petals
Color: Clear to pale yellow
Viscosity: Watery in viscosity
Perfumery Note: Characteristic
Shelf Life: Two years
Refractive Density: 1.453-1.464
Rose oil is extracted by the mode of steam distillation from the flower that is picked early in the morning.
During extraction process heat should be controlled otherwise aroma can be damaged by over heat.
The yield for rose oil is 0.02-0.05%.
The word rose is taken from Greek word "Rodon" that means red. Rose is Native to Asia, Europe, North America & North west Africa.
Rose is a perennial shrub with climbing stem. Rose stem has thorns.
Rose have variety of colors, it require fertile loamy soil with salt free irrigation water.
It requires temperature from 15°C-28 0 °C & suitable water for irrigation.
Ans. It is helpful to increase the blood circulation and it controls the high blood pressure and other heart problems like Arrhythmia and palpitation. It also helps to treat asthma, cough liver congestion, nausea and high fever.
Ans. it has soothing effect it is used for hydrating and moisturizing the skin. It also helps to reduce the signs of ageing.
Ans. the botanical name of rose oil is Rosa Damascene.
Ans. it can apply directly on skin. Take 2-3 drop and massage your skin twice a day, it helps to sooth your skin.
Ans. it contains high level of vitamin A, which increases skin cells and reduce wrinkles and vitamin C which helps to even tone skin.