When we get home and flop down on the sofa, what do we smell? If nothing comes to mind, we should think about why we don’t use the gentle healing and mood-enhancing effect of scents and aromatherapy?
A sumptuous scent of roses and anger and sorrow are immediately alleviated, the nerves, which are scarred by exhaustion, are slowly smoothed out, the senses are revived. The queen of flowers, the Damask rose, is a great magician!
The flower was already known to the people of antiquity: the wild rose was cultivated natively on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, and in the Chinese imperial court, breeding was also done at that time. It was spread by the medieval crusaders in other regions of Europe, where monastic medicine soon began
to use it.
The fact that we can pamper ourselves with the scent of roses today is thanks to Avicenna, who lived around 1000 AD, who, as one of the most powerful medical scientists of the time (along with Hippocrates, the founder of modern Western medicine), perfected the distillation equipment, thus making it possible to extract the essential oil.
Research proves that scents have a very deep effect on us: they evoke moods and memories in us, often without us even being aware of what causes the positive emotional change. Isn’t it fantastic when our favorite scent, which fills us with joy anyway,
echoes on our clothes and the upholstery of our home and furniture?
Let yourself be enchanted by the scent of the magical flower!
How to use: remove the cap and spray the desired fabric.
It can be used to scent curtains, upholstery, carpets, beds and bedding, clothes and underwear.
Keep away from children. May cause an allergic reaction. Do not get into eyes or mucous membranes!
Keep away from fire and strong heat. Keep the bottle in a cool place, tightly closed. If swallowed, seek medical attention immediately.
Aqua, Parfum, Alcohol