The rose is the flower queen who promises beauty and love

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Roses are a trademark of love in Traditional Chinese Medicine. In combination with saffron, roses help in the process of relaxation and finding inner cheerfulness.
Rose flower is an ingredient in perfumes, toilet waters, soaps, lipsticks, body lotions and many other preparations.
Rose flower oil promotes skin regeneration, moisturizes and nourishes face and body skin. Restores skin’s natural elasticity. Rose flower oil is the perfect product for soft and fragrant skin. Rose water has an antiseptic effect. It is suitable for washing and cleansing the face. It is suitable for calming the skin after shaving.
Rose in the diet
Saffron rice flakes are a great combination because saffron promotes digestion. Rice is a well-known food for colds and flu because it works against viruses. The combination of rice with hot cardamom, sweet roses and bitter saffron makes it a special and unusual dish.
Homemade rose juice
Petals of non-grafted Damascus roses that grow and flower profusely in gardens are used. Damascus rose grows shrubs and there are a lot of tiny thorns along the stem.
A wild rose (Gallica or French rose) can be used that grows as a wild plant by the sea in a sandy country.
Homemade Rose Juice recipe:
1 liter of water
500 grams of sugar
150 grams of rose petals (3 hands)
1 tablespoon of citric acid
Preparation: Boil water and sugar. Continue cooking for another 15 min.
Then allow to cool for 10 minutes (no more).
Peel the rose petals and toss the unwashed ones into the water for 10 minutes. Stir well and cover with lid. Leave for 24 hours in a cool place to stand. Stir occasionally with a spoon.
Strain the juice through a strainer with a gentle press of the petals. Do not crush the petals very hard, as your juice will be cloudy. Then strain the juice through a thick gauze (cotton cloth). Add citric acid and mix well.
Wash bottles / bottles well. Sterilize them with alcohol or a liquid preservative. Allow the bottles to dry and then heat them in the oven at 100 * C. Pour juice into bottles. Close them well and leave in a cool place. If they are in the pantry, juice bottles can last more than a year.
It is best to use dark bottles so that the juice does not lose color. If you have transparent bottles, you can wrap them with aluminum foil.
Dilute the juice with cold or mineral water with the addition of ice cubes.

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