In Persia, newborns are taken to the fields at harvest-time and rolled in freshly-cut rose petals to prevent allergies and lung issues during childhood.
Rose water traditionally was and still is poured on the palm of guests’ hands to rub and put on their face in funerals believed that the scent is relaxing, calms the senses strengthens the heart, reduces anxiety and makes grieving bearable
Roses are extremely delicate and quickly lose their aroma as soon as they’re in direct sunlight. This is the reason they’re picked before sunrise.
Persian Pink. Indian rose petals are bigger and paler, while Egyptian petals are smaller, with darker purplish-red colouring.
These petals pack a powerfully sweet, clean, fresh, fruity, floral fragrance.
A full floral explosion with a perfume-like savoury and a sweet note with a faint trace of bitterness
How to use
Our Rose Petals are scatter-ready and recipe-ripe; Grab them out of the bag as a garnish. You can steep and infuse them, remember – like any other spice – heat and grinding will release fragrance and flavour.
How to Store
Put your petals in an airtight, cool, dry, dark place strictly with no direct sunlight; less than 10°C.
High in Vitamin C, Rose supercharges the immune system, and as an antioxidant it treats sore throats, coughs and colds. Best constipation remedy! Relieve symptoms of Urinary Tract Infections, as well as menstrual cramps, minimises stress, anxiety and depression. It also works wonders for skin, hair, acne and eczema, improves metabolism, promotes weight loss and invigorate your sex life.