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Rose oil has been used successfully in cosmetics, medicine and perfumery by the ancient Greeks, Romans and Arabs. The clinically supported rose oil benefits in this formula create a powerful one-two-three punch for your sexual performance and desire.

Rose oil contains vitamin C, carotene, B group vitamins and vitamin K that are essential for haemopoesis. Almost all mineral substances of Mendeleyev’s periodic table can be found in rose oil. They contain calcium that influences metabolism and assimilation of foodstuffs; also potassium which is important for normal heart activity, copper that participates in haemopoesis and improves activity of endocrine glands; iodine that is good for thyroid gland can be also found in rose petals.

Rose oil has the highest electromagnetic frequency (320 MHz) of any oil. Its aroma is physically, mentally, and spiritually elevating. Many eye witnesses to miracles, visions, and spiritual manifestations have reported the scent of roses lingering about the site of the experience.

Medicinal Uses
General tonic and strengthener, aphrodisiac
Skin tonic, astringent, cicatrizing
Antihemorrhagic
Antimicrobial: Damask rose oil demonstrated antimicrobial activity against Xanthomonas axonopodis spp. Vesicatoria and against Staphylococcus aureus. A separate study found that this oil demonstrates antibacterial activity against 15 strains of bacteria in a laboratory setting. These findings have been supported in additional laboratory settings.
Antioxidant: Laboratory analysis has determined that the essential oil of R. damascene has antioxidant activity and that the oil extracted from fresh flowers demonstrates stronger antioxidant activity than the oil extracted from spent flowers. Other studies support this antioxidant activity, but have primarily used an extract rather than the oil
Traditional Use
Sexual asthenia, frigidity, impotency
Wrinkles, blotchiness, scars, scabs
Nervous depressions, heart-break
Anxiolytic/Relaxant: Animal studies have confirmed anxiolytic or relaxant properties of both rose essential oil and extract. This was then tested in a human placebo study. Relaxant effects of rose essential oil were tested against autonomic and emotional measures in forty healthy individuals. Blood pressure, breathing, and pulse rate among other parameters which were assessed and recorded. After the placebo or rose oil was applied transdermally with blocked olfactory stimulation arousal measures decreased and relaxation measures increased in the rose group as compared with the placebo group.