Our key ingredient IS
Bulgarian Rose Oil
HISTORY OF MEDICINAL BULGARIAN ROSA DAMASCENA OIL
The Bulgarian Rosa Damascena, cultivated for over 300 years, is considered to be the best oil-bearing rose and is renowned worldwide.
The Bulgarian Rose oil and Rose Water are distilled from the species Rosa Damascena Mill., subfamily - Rosoideae, family - Rosaceae.
The cultivation of essential plants and especially of the oil-yielding Rosa Damascena in Bulgaria started around the end of the sixteenth century and the beginning of the seventeenth century.
The oil-yielding rose is very sensitive to different climatic and soil conditions in terms of the production of high-quality rose essential oil.
USE AND PROPERTIES OF ROSE OIL
The main chemical components of the rose oil distilled from Rosa Damascena Mill
The rose oil contains more than 345 macro and micro components.
The main chemical components of rose oil are Citronellol and Damascenone are responsible for many of the rose oil’s therapeutic properties.
The characteristic of the fresh flower’s scent is 2-phenyl ethanol, which is lost during steam distillation but accumulates in the rose water. Thus, rose oil and rose water do not equal each other exactly.
ROSE OIL FREQUENCY
Frequency is defined as a measurable rate of electrical energy flow that is constant between any two points.
Everything has an electrical frequency, and essential oils contain frequencies that are several times greater than the frequencies of herbs and foods.
Rose Oil frequency is extremely high and rapid.
Rose oil has the highest frequency (320 Hertz) of all the essential oils on the planet. This in itself is an important factor.
Clinical research shows that Rose essential oils have the highest frequency of any natural substance known to man, creating an environment in which disease, bacteria, virus, fungus, etc., cannot live.