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Woodland Essence

Rose Glycerite

$10.00 $5.00

Rose Glycerite
Rose Glycerite
Rose Glycerite

Woodland Essence

Rose Glycerite

$10.00 $5.00

Botanical Name: Rosa Rugosa

Part Used: Fresh petals

Ingredients: Organic Rose petals in Certified Organic Vegetable Glycerin

Safety Consideration: None noted

About:  Fragrant Rosa rugosa flower petals are gathered from our garden at the end of a summer day, after the bees have done their pollinating and left the rosehip fruit to ripen later in the season. The air is fragrant with rose, calming and tending the heart ~ compassion rising as a busy mind settles. We always leave some roses for the insects; the ones we harvest make their way into this flower glycerite. The light pink color of the final rose glycerite is like a soft summer evening sky.  A sweet blessing when these golden days are a memory. Why roses?  Roses for love, for a broken heart, for grief or sad moments, times of loss or hopelessness; for returning to joy, hope, optimism, and ease. Roses cool in the heat of a moment, helping anger to dissipate and the heart to open. Caring for self and others, roses encourage compassion and understanding and quiets a restless heart, calming one’s Shen (spirit.)
Recommended Dosage: 20-40 drops OR 1/4 tsp, 2-3 times a day. 
 

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

"Offering hope in a bottle with our
Herbal Extracts, Flower Essences & Body Care
products since 1995."
Love and Blessings from the Forest,
Kate & Don

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