Organic Rose Petals
Rose petals have sedative, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-parasitic properties. They're also moderate laxatives, a wonderful heart tonic, and fantastic for decreasing cholesterol. Rose petals' antibacterial properties make them an excellent cure for wounds, bruises, rashes, and incisions. Their anti-inflammatory properties make them an excellent treatment for sore throats and ulcers when taken internally. They have the ability to stimulate the liver, as well as improve appetite and blood circulation.
Rose can also help reduce your body temperature and bring down a fever, as well as cool you down in the heat. As an antispasmodic, it aids in the relief of spasms in the respiratory system (asthma and coughs), the gastrointestinal tract (cramping, constipation), and the muscles (cramps and sports injuries).
Rose petals are also an emmenagogue, which means they can assist regulate and causes menstrual periods to be delayed (as a caution, avoid taking this herb internally if you are pregnant). They can also be used as a uterine tonic, curing cysts, infections, and bleeding, and relaxing and calming the nervous system, alleviating tension and pain.
A rose petal tea can be used for a variety of purposes. Pour 1 cup of boiling water over 2 to 4 tablespoons of dried rose petals to make your base infusion. Cover and steep for 10 to 15 minutes. It can be served hot or cold.
You may also use them to produce your own tea blends and infusions, as well as a sweetener in place of sugar or honey. They are frequently used in cooking and pastry recipes to prepare sauces, stewed meats, vegetables, soups, and liqueurs. They may be rather sweet, so use them carefully.
Dried rose petals can also be infused to make rose water or oil, or combined with Epsom salts to create a calming bath. It may be used to make a variety of medicinal ointments, face cleansers, and lotions, as well as to garnish cakes and add to potpourri mixtures.