3-Pack – Organic Rose Petals, 8oz
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About a month ago, I got a sample of these Certified Organic Dried Rose Petals sent to me.
Our daughter Oria is turning 12 soon, and Angela was preparing a little “womanhood” party for her as she is reaching that age of womanhood. One of the themes of the party was that all woman who have reached womanhood, were to wear red, while all of the children who haven’t wore white.
So the color scheme of the party was kind of just red and white. When Angela was preparing for the party, I pulled out this Rose Petal sample, and she was simply mind blown. She was literally wanting something just like this for the party.
Anyhow, she made a bunch of chocolate balls for the party, and put these Dried Rose Petal pieces on top of the raw chocolate that she made.
Here is an image of her creation below:
Our Certified Organic Dried Rose Petals are all natural with no added fragrance. Additionally, they are free from chemicals, preservatives, paragons, phthalates, SLS, and SLES. They have a beautiful floral aroma that is natural and calming.
These aromatic dried rose petal pieces are often used in the kitchen, especially in Middle Eastern, Indian, and Chinese Cuisine. They have a delicate floral and musky aroma, which enhances whatever dish they are used in, whether that’s sweet or savory.
You can add them to garnish salads, smoothies, raw ice cream, in drinks, cocktails, mocktails, rice dishes, any other grain dish, and you can use them as a colorful dessert garnish. They add a visual flair and aromatic essence, bringing a touch of class to your food preparation and presentation. They make a wonderful addition to your pantry staples.
Additionally, people add them to ice cubes before freezing, into dessert doughs before baking, make jams with them, and they put them in honey to use as a spread, which is very popular in Greece. You can cover fresh dried rose petals with apple cider vinegar for several days, and then use it as a salad dressing.
Regardless what you use them in, these dried rose petals help complete the picture, both taste wise and aesthetically in whatever food or drink creation you make. They are packed with B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin E, bioflavonoids, polyphenols, and antioxidants.
When I got my sample of these Dried Rose Petals, they sent me a 3oz bag. I couldn’t believe how many dried rose petals were inside of a 3oz bag. Since they are so light, it was a huge bag. What we are offering today are these huge 8oz bags of dried rose petals. You can use them abundantly and they will last you a very long time.
You could literally take a handful out of the bag, and simply spread the rose petals on top of your bathwater for a spa-like experience. Not only can you use them to garnish food, but they have also been used for centuries in beauty and healing for their natural fragrance and nourishing properties. They not only have a lovely relaxing aroma but they also contain vitamins and antioxidants, which can help soothe and repair the skin.
You can also use them to make your own rose water, infused oil, soaps, face masks or luxurious bath salts.
As seen at the clinical study here, they contain ant-imicrobial and anti-bacterial compounds that kill or slow down the growth of bacteria. They also possess antioxidant compounds, and are a rich source of important minerals and vitamins. This helps to prevent dark circles under the eyes, and also helps to maintain and restore our natural skin radiance.
Their anti-inflamatory properties helps to calm irritated skin and reduce redness. Their antioxidant activity also helps to heal and soothe the skin, promotes collagen production, and seals moisture into the cells. This helps to hydrate our skin cells, reducing wrinkles, and keeping the right pH balance. These Dried Rose Petal Pieces hydrate and moisturize the skin leaving it smooth and silky.
If that is all not enough lol, one of the most common uses for these Dried Rose Petals is to get the medicinal properties from drinking Rose petal tea. Rose tea is an important part of Traditional Chinese Medicine, where it is used to regulate qi, or life energy. Traditional Chinese Medicine considers rose petal tea a potential remedy for stomach and digestive problems, fatigue and improving sleep, irritability and mood swings, menstrual cramps, and menopausal symptoms.
In the study here, from Taiwan 130 teenage students drank 2 cups of rose petal tea daily for a period of 12 days and reported less menstrual pain and better well being than those who did not drink the tea. Another study found a significant reduction in period-related cramping, bloating, and pain among women who drank rose tea, and study participants also reported less anxiety and mood swings.
Rose petals contain polyphenols and antioxidants that work to protect your body from cell damage. The polyphenols in rose tea have been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and cognitive diseases. One study found that the anti-inflammatory activity in powdered rose petals is as effective as medicines like aspirin or ibuprofen. Rose tea may also help prevent pain caused by inflammation from physical injury or conditions like arthritis. Another study found that rose tea may also ease flu-like symptoms like coughing and congestion.
One of the most common traditional uses of rose tea is to treat stomach issues. Modern research suggests that this may be due to rose tea’s ability to increase our liver’s bile production. This helps your body digest food easier, prevents constipation, and can improve nutrient absorption. Drinking rose tea is just a great source of vitamins and antioxidants. It is also free of caffeine, sugar, and calories. It contains Vitamins E and C, which are some of the best vitamins to promote healthy skin, especially when taken together.
Make sure to inhale your Rose Petal Tea’s aroma before drinking it as it may help you relax. Research shows that Rose Tea’s aroma may reduce stress and anxiety. As seen at the study here, Petals of roses are naturally uplifting and contain certain plant flavonoids that possess anti-stress effect and antidepressant properties.
I’ll conclude this wonderful aromatic article with a quote from Emma Goldman, “I’d rather have roses on my table than diamonds on my neck.”
As you can see, there are many uses for our new Certified Organic Dried Rose Petal Pieces. You can garnish all of your dishes, use them in the bath, and make a medicinal Rose Petal Tea out of them. There are so many ways to take advantage of their medicinal properties.
Used to authentic flavor to Middle Eastern and Central Asian dishes. Extremely aromatic.
High in antioxidants.
High in vitamin C.
How to Enjoy:
Sprinkle into whatever dish you choose, use in baking, or brew in a tea.