Common & Uncommon Names
- Family Name: Rosaceae
- Botanical Name: Rosa centifolia petals
- English Name: Rose
- Hindi Name: Gulab
- Rasa (Taste): Bitter, Astringent, Sweet , soulful fragrance
- Guna (Characteristics): Light, soothingness
- Virya (Potency): Cool
- Vipaka (Post Digestive Effect): Sweet
- Unique Property: Cardio Tonic
Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and West Bengal.
High quality petals of ayurvedic rose from its natural habitat. Free from gluten, soya, dairy, binder, preservatives or artificial colors.
Directions for Use:
Serving Size: Dosage as per the advice of your healthcare provider.
External Use: Make a medium paste with water and apply it on the body. It works as a deodorant. Thick paste can also be applied as a facelift pack. It also provides rose fragrance to the body.
Uses of Rose Petals
- Rose petals can be put in the bathing tub for creating a charming atmosphere and to experience a soulful fragrance.
- Also helps to reduce the bad smell from the body due to excessive sweating.
- Take hot water in a container and add rose petals to it. Keep it in the room so that the fragrance spreads throughout the whole room. It helps in relieving from bad emotion and uplift the spirit
- Dipping feet in hot water containing rose petals help to relax.
- Add rose petals to milk and use it for bathing. It tones the skin and improves blood circulation in the skin.
- Rose petals are a good substitute for coffee. Take 1 tsp of rose petal powder and add hot water to it. Then brew it and add milk, sugar to it. This beverage gives a relaxing effect.
- Put some rose petals in food to add flavor and fragrance to food.
- Mix rose petals powder with honey and apply on skin.body or gums. Helps in relaxing and decongestion of emotion.
Ayurvedic Lifestyle (Healthy Tips)
- Nutritional diet
- Morning walk
- Lukewarm water
- Amla powder
Foods to Favor
- Fibrous fruits
- Bitter gourd
- Black grams
- Aloe vera juice
- Eggs beans
Foods to Avoid
- Fatty food
- Spicy food
- Red meat
- Non-vegetarian food
- Food rich in sour or salt in taste
- Soft or cold drinks
- Fried food
- Drink plenty of lukewarm water.
- Take less amount of salt in your diet.
- Eat a lot of fresh fruits and vegetables.
- Cover your mouth or other body parts properly when you are going outside.
- Avoid excessive exposure to the sun.
- Avoid the extra use of cosmetics.
- Avoid smoking and tobacco chewing.
- Avoid unnecessary stress and anger.
- Pregnant/Lactating women, children or any with Known pre-existing condition should take under the advice of a healthcare provider. Keep away from the reach of children.
- Charak Chikitsa Sthana
- Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India
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- M. KHALID SHABBIR ET AL., Pak. J. Bot., 41(2): 615-620, 2009.
- Nadkarni K. M.; Indian Materia Medica, vol-1, page no-1071.
Reference Classical or Govt. Approved Books
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