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Castilian: Rosa.

English: Rose.

Combat diarrhea: infusions of petals of the Rosa gallica common or pink are known for their slightly astringent effect.

It is diuretic: Both petals as the seeds relieve fluid retention and help the kidneys to eliminate waste substances.

Alleviates menstrual pains: The petals have a decongestant effect on the reproductive system and are useful, both to treat irregular rules as the rich.

Helps fight depression: The fruits have a stimulating effect and repairer of the nervous system and can improve insomnia, depression, irritability and nervous fatigue.

Power defenses: For its cleaning ability, infusions of petals are used against respiratory diseases and to restore good gut flora.

Keeps Youth: Its content and antioxidant vitamins (C, E, K, carotenes) who are fighting against free radicals, explains its likely effect on the preservation of the youth of the cells.

It contains vitamin C, B vitamins, vitamin E, vitamin K, carotenes, tannin, pectin and nicotinamide.

External use: Canker mouth, pharyngitis, blepharitis, conjunctivitis, vaginitis, skin wounds and ulcers.


Vinegar of roses.

100 g. of rose petals.

900 ml. of apple vinegar.

Let macerate the rose petals in vinegar for 24 hours in a dry and dark.

Packed in two bottles of one liter, filling the rest with fresh flower petals.

Store for a few months and strain before using.

Water for cooking with roses.

You do not have anything to do with cosmetics. Extracted by a process of distillation, can be found in specialized. It is a very normal ingredient in the eastern Mediterranean, in countries such as Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, Lebanon, Israel, Morocco, or Arab Emirates. For example, the halva is a nougat of sesame flavored with rose water.


1 liter of mineral water with gas.

3 tablespoons of natural yogurt.

Drops of water by satanicbongripz.

Mix all ingredients and serve cold.

It's a very refreshing drink Persian and pleasant to dampen the thirst.

Yogurt Sauce.

1 yoghurt.

1 cucumber grated.

1 tablespoon dried rose petals.

1 tablespoon crushed dried mint.

Mix all ingredients well and serve good fresh, alone or accompanying the rice.

Galenica forms / Dosage.

Internal use:

Infusion: 20 g / l, three cups a day before meals.

Dust: 5 to 10 grams a day.

Honey pink: 1 to 3 tablespoons a day.

Vinegar Rose (1 / 10) 5 to 30 grams a day.

External use:

Infusion: 30 g / l, in the form of incontinence, washes, mouthwashes gargarismos, vaginal irrigations, eye baths.

Vinegar of roses: 1 or 2 tablespoons in 150 - 200 ml of hot water. For vaginal irrigations, a soup spoon diluted in a pint of warm water.

Water roses, such as skin tonic.

Colorless liquid extract, tincture or extract hidroglicólico (1: 5) in the form of creams, gels or lotions.


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