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Rose Alba Essential Oil (Bulgaria)

Try it! 0.6ml

Our 0.6 ml very unique, Bulgarian Rose Alba oil is made from the rare, white rose Alba. Once you experience its charm, you will be enchanted forever. Don't miss the opportunity to bring the Bulgarian Rose valley to your home.

Try it! 0.6ml

Our 0.6 ml very unique, Bulgarian Rose Alba oil is made from the rare, white rose Alba. Once you experience its charm, you will be enchanted forever. Don't miss the opportunity to bring the Bulgarian Rose valley to your home.

Try it! 0.6ml

Our 0.6 ml very unique, Bulgarian Rose Alba oil is made from the rare, white rose Alba. Once you experience its charm, you will be enchanted forever. Don't miss the opportunity to bring the Bulgarian Rose valley to your home.

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Product Name: Rose Alba Essential Oil – Bulgaria

Botanical Name: Rosa Alba

Origin: Bulgaria

Extraction Method: Steam Distillation

Plant Part: Rose petals

Consistency: Thin

Perfumery Note: Top/Middle

Strength of Aroma:Strong

Color: Pale yellow

Documentation: Certificates

 

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Aromatic Scent: Bulgarian Rose Alba essential oil has very rich, sweet scent with pleasant, floral aroma.

Description: The Bulgarian Alba rose is a green bush growing up to 2 meters (7 ft) tall and its stems are densely armed with stout. The roses are white to light pink. Usually the flowers grow in groups. Bulgarian Rose Absolute is quite rare.

Frozen

Important:At around 19-21°C, the Bulgarian Rose Oil will start solidifying. This happens because it is 100% pure natural product and the waxes in the oil begin to set. Simply place the aromatherapy bottle between your hands and warm the rose oil.


History: Roses have a long and colorful history. They have been symbols of love and beauty for thousands of years. According to fossil evidence, the rose is 35 million years old. However the cultivation of roses most likely began some 5,000 years ago in Asia. Since than, they have been part of the human experience.

Greek mythology tells us that it was Aphrodite, the goddess of love, who gave the rose its name, but it was the goddess of flowers, Chloris, who created it.

The ancient Romans were great rose lovers. Their feasts might have been confused with celebrations of the flower. It was not only used for decoration, but the petals were strewn lavishly across the floors and even sprinkled into the wine! Nobilities, filled their baths and fountains with rose water. Roses were also used for medical and perfume purposes.

During the seventeenth century, roses were in such high demand in Europe, that royalty considered roses and rose water as legal tender, and they were often used as barter and for payments.

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It was studied and recorded in numerous books including Enquiry into Plants by Theophrastus of ancient Greece, Natural History by Pliny the Elder of ancient Rome, and books of traditional Chinese medicine.

The origin of the cultivated rose is often quoted as the Gulf of Persia, which is now known as Iran. From here the rose industry spread into Arabia, Egypt, Greece, India, North Africa and Europe. The Crusaders are given credit for bringing the Damask rose from Syria to Europe sometime between 1254 and 1276.


During the 15th century, Ottoman (Turkish) merchants imported Rose Damascena for cultivation to Bulgaria. Than it were reportedly brought to the town of Kazanlak by a Turkish judge who cultivated them in his own garden. A nearby valley provided the perfect environment for growing roses, thereby establishing what would later become the finest rose oil producing region in the world. This area is now called the “Valley of the Roses”. The distillate from these roses is called "Bulgarian Rose Oil" or "Bulgarian Rose Otto".

The Rose oil has been studied and recorded in numerous books including Enquiry into Plants by Theophrastus of ancient Greece, Natural History by Pliny the Elder of ancient Rome, as well as in books of traditional Chinese medicine, such as Food and Materia Medica, Observation of Medicinal Properties, A Supplement to the Compendium, Modern Practical Traditional Chinese Medicine, etc.

Bulgarian Rose Alba, the beautiful fragrant essential oil, holds a special place in the hearts of all who love aromatherapy and natural perfumery. There is quite simply, no other essential oil quite like it in terms of fragrance and treasure of therapeutic healing benefits.

Possible Uses: Bulgarian Rose Alba Essential oil, also called the "Liquid Gold", is distilled from Rosa Damascana. It is grown in the famous Bulgarian Rose Valley and has been highly prized for its amazing scent and therapeutic properties. It is said that the Bulgarian Rose Alba Essential oil soothes and harmonizes the mind and helps with depression, anger, grief, fear, nervous tension and stress, and at the same time addresses sexuality and self esteem.

It is said that the therapeutic properties of the Bulgarian Rose Alba Essential oil include anti-aging, antiseptic, antiphlogistic, aphrodisiac, antidepressant, nervous system sedative and a tonic for the whole body. It also may help with premenstral syndrome and menopausal symptoms. It is also said to be useful for blood circulation and heart problems, including heart palpitations, arrhythmia, high blood pressure and liver and gall bladder functions.

Bulgarian Rose Alba Essential oil is said to have a cleansing, regulating and purifying effect on the female sex organs and can be used for regulating and balancing hormones, irregular menstruation, functional infertility, uterine bleeding and other uterine disorders, while having a general toning effect on the uterus.

Aroma therapists credit the pleasant aroma of the Bulgarian Rose Alba Essential oil as having uplifting, aphrodisiac and spirit balancing properties, making it great for meditation. The Bulgarian Rose Alba Essential oil is also excellent emollient for dry, sensitive and mature skin. It is most effective for moisturizing and hydrating, while having a general stimulant and antiseptic action. Because of its properties the Bulgarian Rose Alba Essential oil is recognized as the queen of the essential oils.


Methods of using Rose Alba oil:

Aroma BodyMassage

Aroma Body Massage

Aroma Bath

Aroma Bath

Aroma Facial Care

Aroma Facial Care

Aroma Hair Care

Aroma Hair Care

Aroma Foot Massage

Aroma Foot Massage

Aroma Foot Bath

Aroma Foot Bath

Aroma Inhale

Aroma Inhale

Diffuser

Diffuser

DIY Perfume

DIY Perfume

Aroma Spray

Aroma Spray

Aromatic Repellent

Aromatic Repellent

Main Constituents: Citronellol, Geraniol, Nerol, Farnesol, Esters, Eugeno, Linalool, phenyl ethyl alcohol, α-damascenone, β-damascenone.

Certification: Our Bulgarian Rose Alba oil is a 100% pure and natural and is certified by the Bulgarian State Laboratory "BULGARSKA ROSA". If required by the law, the products also have local National laboratories certification.

General Safety Information: Bulgarian Rose Alba Essential oil is listed as non-toxic, non-irritating and non-sensitizing.

Important: Do not apply undiluted essential oils, absolutes or other concentrated essences directly to the skin. They must be diluted!
If you have any medical conditions please consult your doctor before using any essential oil.

Skin patch test: It is strongly recommended that you perform a skin patch test before using an essential oil and/or any other oil for a first time. Rub a diluted drop on your wrist and if the area gets red or itches then wash it off right away with cold water, and don't use that oil. If there is no reaction in couple of hours you can use the oil.

Pregnancy: If no other special precautions are indicated, when pregnant, you should be extra careful. Use only 1/2 the strength of essential oil you may usually use. Don't use any during the first 3 months. Consult your physician before use.

Children: Use caution when using oils with children and give children only the gentlest oils at extremely low doses. It is safest to consult a qualified aromatherapy practitioner before using oils with children.

Adult: 2 to 5 drops of essential oil per tsp. of carrier oil. (1 tsp. ≈ 5 ml)

Elderly people: it is recommended to use 1/2 strength of adult.

Eyes: Don't get essential oils in your eyes, if you do then rinse it out right away with plenty of fresh water.

Oral intake: Do not take any oils internally without consultation from a qualified aromatherapy practitioner.

Disclaimer: The information provided is for educational purposes only. This data is not considered complete and is not guaranteed to be accurate.