Natural and pure THERAPEUTIC GRADE Essential Oils- No fillers, additives, bases or carriers added Scientific Name: Rosa. Family: Rosaceae. Aromatic Description: Sweet, floral scent that is rich, complex and long-lasting. Collection Method: Steam Distilled. Part Used: Flowers. Main Constituents: Citronellol, geraniol, nerol. Blends Well With: Eco Aurous Bergamot Oil: Eco Aurous Cinnamon Oil: Eco Aurous Basil Oil: Eco Aurous Oregano Oil: Eco Aurous Eucalyptus Oil: Eco Aurous Black Pepper oil: Eco Aurous Cedarwood Oil: Eco Aurous Citronella oil: Eco Aurous Clary Sage Essential Oil: Eco Aurous Grapefruit oil: Eco Aurous Lavender oil: Rose is a native of the Orient, but is now cultivated more or less all over the world, mainly in temperate climates. Rose (scientific name- Rosa) belongs to Rosaceae family. It originated in the Caucasus and is often called ‘French rose’, ‘Provins rose’ or ‘Rose of Anatolia’. The principal constituents: Eugenol, famesol and other acids, geraniol (or citronellol), linalool, nerol, nonylic aldehyde, rhodinol and , although the stamens have been found to contain some as well, and these are distilled with the petals. Rose bushes grow to various heights and carry sweet, fragrant flowers which range from deep red to white and yellow. Rose oil has sweet, floral scent that is rich, complex and long-lasting. Rose oil uses include topical application to create an inspiring atmosphere and elevated spiritual experiences. Its sweet, rich aroma encourages feelings of positive self-reflection and can create an uplifted feeling when inhaled.Rose oil has also been used topically for thousands of years, and today it can be found in many skin care products.Rose oil helps to cure convulsions, muscle pulls, cramps and spasmodic cholera caused due to spasms. Benefits:- Rose oil helps boost self-esteem, confidence, and mental strength while efficiently fighting depression. It is helpful in driving away depression and anxiety. Rose oil helps to cure convulsions, muscle pulls, cramps and spasmodic cholera caused due to spasms. Rose oil helps treat typhoid, diarrhea, cholera, food poisoning, and other diseases which are caused by bacteria. Rose oil uses include topical application to create an inspiring atmosphere and elevated spiritual experiences. Directions for use: Diffusion: Use three to four drops in a diffuser of your choice for creating a relaxing atmosphere. Internal use:Dilute one drop of oil with carrier oil or base oils and blend well before using. Topical use: Apply one to two drops to desired area. Dilute with a carrier oil to minimize any skin sensitivity. Storage: Keep bottle in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight or water contamination. Being natural and organic, oil may thicken in cold climate or change color over a period, however the efficacy will remain unaffected. Place the bottle in a bowl of warm water to regain consistency in case of freezing. Keep out reach of children. Use within 6 months after the seal is broken. Precautions:- If pregnant, nursing or under a doctors care, consult a Physician before use. Discontinue use, if skin sensitivity occurs. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not use undiluted on skin. Do not use on broken skin or on abrasions. Do not use internally, unless directed by a licensed Aromatherapist or Physician. Do not apply to or near the face of infants or children.