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Botanical Name: Rose gallica x R. Phoenicea hybrid

Botanical Origin: Persia

Common Method of Extraction: Rose Attar (Itr) - rose distilled into Sandalwood essential oil.

Distillation Type:
Rose petals distilled into Sandalwood essential oil.

Part Typically Used: Petals

Color: Light yellow in colour, sometimes possessing a green tint

Consistency: When cooled, it congeals to a translucent soft mass, which is again liquefied by the warmth of the hand. The congealing point lies between 15 degrees and 22 degrees, mostly between 17 degrees and 21 degrees
Perfumery Note: Top / Middle

Strength of Initial Aroma: Strong odour of fresh Roses. Sweet and floral, deep. Warms with its sweet, heavy core note.

Blends Well With:  Jasmine, Vetiver, Ylang-Ylang, Carnation, Neroli, Vanilla and Geranium essential oil.

Common name:
  French Rose, Gallica Rose, Gallic Rose, GULAB Rose (India), Summer Damasks, Rose of Provins.

Chemical structure: Geranic Acid (Suspected of having an analgesic property. Very little current data available).

Geraniol (A terpene alcohol. Fragrant and regarded as highly valued oil in aromatherapy and the perfume industry. Terpene alcohols are antimicrobial but are a lot gentler on the skin than the phenols).

Nerol (A terpene alcohol).

Terpene Alcohol (Valued for their fragrance, gentle reaction on the skin and membranes and healing properties Terpene Alcohols have earned the name of "Friendly Molecules". Alcohols are amongst the strongest antimicrobial compounds in essential oils but lack the irritant properties of other antimicrobial constituents like phenols).
Citronellal and Citronellol (Citronellal a Terpene Aldehyde and Citronellol a Terpene Alcohol. Fragrant and regarded as highly valued oil in aromatherapy and the perfume industry. Terpene alcohols are antimicrobial but are a lot gentler on the skin than the phenols. Citronellal from Citronella grass has a more pungent smell and is less gentle on skin. Aldehydes are sedative, antiviral and antimicrobial but can be an irritant to the skin).

Geraniol (A terpene alcohol. Fragrant and regarded as highly valued oil in aromatherapy and the perfume industry. Terpene alcohols are antimicrobial but are a lot gentler on the skin than the phenols).

Eugenol (Anaesthetic, antimicrobal, disinfecting, stimulant, aromatic and anticonvulsant.Eugenol is a Phenylpropanoid in the Phenols group. Eugenol is widely distributed in the plant kingdom.Potentially irritant. Sensitivity should be tested before using this substance or oil on the skin).

Monoterpenes (One of the many terpenes, monoterpenes (the smallest of the terpenes, although one of the most widely occurring) are mostly found in essential or volatile oils. Aromatherapists use monoterpenes as a mucus membrane tonic as decongestants and to ease nasal and other mucus membrane discomfort. Monoterpenes evaporate easily and have a low boiling point. Monoterpenes are mostly colorless and odorless, prone to oxidation. Oxidants from monoterpenes could be irritant.Monoterpenes are antiseptic, antiviral and bactericidal),

Note: Essential oil and Atar extracted differently should not mix these concepts, but this two substances you can mixed with each other (if you making your own perfume).

Rosa Gallica, also known as the French Rose, is believed to be indigenous to Iran where these species have been cultivated since time immemorial.

The cultivation of the Rose probably started in ancient times in Persia.

Rosa Gallica (Gallic Rose, French Rose, or Rose of Provins) is a species of flowering plant in the Rose family, native to southern and central Europe eastwards to Turkey and the Caucasus.

 The variety of Rosa Gallica Officinalis that is cultivated in many regions across the globe is also known as Apothecary's Rose.

The Gallicas are probably the oldest of all garden Roses. They were grown by the Greeks and Romans.

In the 17th century the Dutch started to breed new varieties, and later the French continued their development on a very large scale. Among them are to be found some very fine Roses with magnificent mixtures of colour - particularly among the crimson, purple and mauve shades - and they have beautiful flower formation.

Plants of this species are deciduous shrubs that often grow up to 1,5 meters in height. Although Roses of this species have developed naturally over several centuries into the plants we are now familiar with, they were first developed by breeders during the early 1800's. Plants belonging to this family of Roses have even stalks bearing piercing thorns. The stems of the plants possess spikes and bristles with glands. The edges of the leaves are jagged like a saw and each leaf has three to seven pairs of leaflets that are bluish-green. These deciduous shrubs cover a large area forming a green covering. The flowers appear in bunches of one to four, while each flower has five single petals that are aromatic and profoundly pink in hue. The hips resemble globes or have an ovoid shape and vary in diameter between 10 mm and 13 mm. Their color ranges from orange to brownish.

People who are involved with aromatherapy utilize the Rose as a mild tranquilizer, anti-depressant and also to cure inflammations or tenderness.

Several researches have established that the petals of the Rose and the preparations with them are similar. In addition to the therapeutic uses of the Rose mentioned above, the petals of the flower and medicines prepared with them have proved to lower elevated cholesterol levels in our bloodstream.

Conversely, Rosewater is mildly caustic or astringent by nature and hence, it is incorporated as an important element for preparing a cream that is used to heal swelling as well as eye pains.

The Rose has always been a symbol of love and over the centuries many marriages have been celebrated with scattered Rose Petals and romantic Rose Petal baths.

The Rose Blossom’s distillate was used to prepare Rosewater, Rose Vinegar and perfume.

What is Rose Attar and how it is born:

True Attar distilled in large clay containers a lot of manual labor and a large knowledge of substances efficiently. Distillation Attar depending on the kind of takes from three months to two years. Sometimes Attari distilled in Sandalwood oil, and sometimes the flowers are distillating together with Sandalwood powder and chips slowly distilled in the same clay or copper boiler.

Sandalwood oil
acts as a fixative and a kind of receptacle extremely fragile and unstable floral aromas. Sandalwood aroma is total aromatics quintessence - quality Sandalwood smells like "emptiness", covering all faktors spaces. Sandalwood aroma protects and cares, but does not impose himself .

Comprised of traditional Indian Rose Attar. Roses are placed in copper distilling vessels where they sit in heated water. Vapors pass over into a receiving vessel containing Sandalwood oil, which absorbs the Rose essence over a period of 20 days or 2 months or 2 years. New flowers are distilled each day.

Enchanting and captivating with the scent of Rose Gulab "Regal Queen of Flowers" shimmering above a grove of Sandalwood a lit with Oud.


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Applying Rose Attar to the body and Chakras can calm the nerves, redirect thinking and set the tone for mindful meditation. 

An emotional and physical harmonizer, Rose Attar oil is extremely useful during times of mourning and extreme grief since it makes highs and lows more bearable.

Cooling astringent properties are known to alleviate tension, lighten the weight of heavy thoughts, and invite an overall essence of purity and sensuality.


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Therapeutic Properties :


Fields of application:.
Mature Skin Tonic, Irregular periods, Aphrodisiac, Premenstrual tension, Impotence, Frigidity, Broken capillaries,

Contraindications : There is no information.

Pregnancy / Lactation: There is no information. The smell of this oil is reflects everything what is feminine, maternal, so do not be afraid the small amount of this oil in pregnancy or lactation period.

Children: 2 - 3 years

Sometimes you do not even dilute, just slide your finger over the bottle here is containing the fragrant oil.

Rosa Gallica flower oil derives from the Rosa Gallica plant, known for its beauty and sweet-smelling scent.

In Arabian history distillation of Rose oil dates back to the 10th century and balms were made from Rosa Gallica to treat respiratory disorders.

Avicenna, an Arabian physician who lived between 980 A.D. and 1037 A.D., was the first to make Rosewater with Rosa Gallica or French Rose.

It is interesting to note that the herbal medicine practitioners recommended the use of Rose during the Middle Ages and also during the Renaissance to cure depression as well as sadness.

The essential oil (Attar) extracted from the Rose Blooms is widely utilized in perfume making. In addition, this essential oil also forms an important ingredient in formulations that are added in skincare lotions and lukewarm bath water for treating skin problems. Apart from the essential oil extracted from the flowers, even Rose Water is used in skin care and bath water formulations.

Rose oil (Attar) has a pleasantly calming, balancing and harmonising effect on your mental state. After a stressful day, the scent of Rose Gallica caresses your mind and helps it relax. A drop of Rose oil added to a Scent Lamp has a calming effect on stressed out school kids.

Rosa Gallica flower essential oil (Attar) is a very beneficial external tonic that can be used to sooth and calm irritated skin, reduce wrinkles, heal bruises faster, or as a general skin care product.

Used in this way, it can also treat eczema, acne and shingles and will strengthen and help heal capillaries.

It is also an effective anti-bacterial agent when applied externally.
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