You may have come across rose water or rose oil to use topically, but here at MCM we believe that wellness comes about from within.
It is very understated and only seems to get its highlight once a year.
Known as the “Queen of the Flowers”, Rose is perhaps one of the most ancient medicinal plants known to humans, with fossil records showing it is at least 35 million years old! From ancient times until the present day, the humble Rose has been used and recommended for various ailments including; wounds, inflammation, skin health, women's health, stomach complaints, headache, dizziness, grief and heartache, and colds & flu (to name just a few).
Here are some amazing potential benefits of which rose can bring.
Could fight depression - Naturally uplifting, Roses have been found to contain certain plant flavonoids that show antidepressant properties.
May treat infections,
Acts as a natural aphrodisiac.
Menstruation - Rose has long had an affinity with the feminine, gently nurturing and supporting women through every aspect of their reproductive lives
We are not a medicinal herbalist or a medical professional. These products are not meant to be used to diagnose, treat, prescribe, prevent or cure any disease or to administer in any manner to any physical ailments and are not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of a trained health professional. I cannot be held liable for the decisions and choices you make and/or the outcome of those decisions and choices. You are encouraged to do your own research and consult your heath care professional before treating yourself or anyone else.Do not use herbal products of any kind if you are nursing, pregnant, taking medications or undergoing treatment for any medical condition without first consulting your health care professional.Do not undertake any self-treatment while undergoing a prescribed course of medical treatment without first seeking professional adviceThese products and statements have not been approved or evaluated by the MHRA or any other board of administration.
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