Rose Extracts

Rose Extracts

Rose Extracts

  • Suitable for Vegans
  • GC/MS Tested
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2.5mls = (.0845oz), 5mls = (.169oz), 10mls = (.338oz), 30mls = (1oz), 50mls = (1.69oz), 100mls = (3.38oz), 250mls= (8.45oz), 500mls = (16.9oz), 1000mls = (33.8oz)

 

Rose Extracts are food grade and organically grown.

They are highly concentrated and made by 134R extraction, making these very pure product.

Known as Queen of the oils and is generally affiliated to the female system. Widely used in skin care, especially for dry, sensitive types. Soothes anger and grief. Renowned sensual properties. We sell these as cosmetics.

Excellent top grade aroma.

Product Details
Product Details

Rose Extracts are food grade and organically grown.

They are highly concentrated and made by 134R extraction, making these very pure product.

Known as Queen of the oils and is generally affiliated to the female system. Widely used in skin care, especially for dry, sensitive types. Soothes anger and grief. Renowned sensual properties. We sell these as cosmetics.

Excellent top grade aroma.

Additional Information
Additional Information

KOBASHI ORGANIC ROSE DAMASK EXTRACT

RARE OIL 100% Pure LIMITED AVAILABILITY

LATIN NAME: Rosa damascena
SOURCE: Flowers: cold processed pink damascena organic rose petals rose extract made with the deep freezing with 134R freon extraction.
COLOUR: Orange red
ORIGIN: Bulgaria
AROMA: Sweet, exotic, deeply floral and heady with a creamy note typical of the fresh damascena rose.

QUALITIES: Known as the queen of oils because of its affinity to the female system. Widely used in skin care, especially for dry, sensitive types. Soothes anger and grief. Renowned for its sensual properties.

HOW TO USE
The Bulgarian rose extract is fairly solid at room temperature and must be heated to 57c before it melts. To do this we reccomend that you put the bottle into the small pinch seal bag provided and submerge in hot water (not boiling) Boil some water then leave to cool for approx 5-10 mins before using or use a thermometer to check water temp. We recommend that you do this only once and dilute accordingly in a carrier oil for later use or at least keep the heating to a minimum in order to maximize shelf life of the oil.

The aroma of the oil is powerful and characteristic of fresh roses, the flavour is strong, sweet, and somewhat honey-like. Guenther The Essential Oils Volume V Krieger Publishing Company, Malabar, Florida.

Harvesting commences at 5.30 am and is completed by 9.30 am. Each bloom is hand picked and an experienced harvester can pick 10 to 12 kilos of blooms in the morning. Processing by solvent extraction commences immediately. A new cold processing technique using Klea a propellant used in inhalers is employed. The gas is removed from the product and reused. The grower of this rose supports women, who make up the bulk of the workers. The women are paid directly for their work (wages are usually given to the husband), a school has been built for the children and they are actively encouraged to attend. Medical provisions are also made. The workers are encouraged to set up their own farms supplying the raw plant materials, which are purchased at a guaranteed price.


Chromatogram:
¹ Compounds % (Relative)
1 Citronellol 5.54
2 Geraniol 2.31
3 Nerol 1.17
4 Phenylethyl alcohol 62.38
5 Ethanol 1.79
6 Heptadecane – C17 0.42
7 Nonadecane – C19 4.79
8 Nonadecene – C19’ 0.70
9 Heneicosane – C21 3.02
10 Tricosane – C23 1.24
11 Eicosane-C20 0.48
12 Methyleugenol 0.30
13 Eugenol 0.86
14 Linalool 0.09


A member of the Rosaceae family it is a small prickly shrub up to two metres high, with perfumed pink flowers. Native to the Orient but widely cultivated in Bulgaria, Turkey and France. A hydrolat of rose is available, this is the water used during the distillation of the otto.

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