rose [Rosa]

We’ve seen Roses used for their aromatic properties since the beginning of human civilization from Asia to the ancient territories of Persia, to Africa and Europe.

By the 1st century, Rose made its way into oils, rinses, and more. All over the world, this herb is revered for its versatility. In medicine systems with historical roots, we’ve seen all types of medicines made with the entirety of this plant.

Due to this wide usage, we can say that Rose offers us restorative, antiseptic, astringent, cardiovascular, tonic, and analgesic properties with every petal, fruit, and thorn.