"The rose distils a healing balm The beating of pain to calm" .- Anaceron A symbol of love and purity, the rose has been used throughout history for all kinds of purposes. Be ornamental treatment, or even as a gesture of affection, the rose has never fallen short of its usefulness. History The Romans made full use of the rose at their banquets, as a means of decoration. The noblemen were roses floating in the wine Falerno. Brides and grooms and images of their gods, Cupid and Venus, were crowned with roses.
Rose was a sign of pleasure for them, a complement to wine. The rose came to be known popularly as a theme in literature, the first registers Iliad and Odyssey of Homer. Ecology Roses are found throughout the temperate regions of the world. Its origins are believed to northern Persia, the Caspian, or Faristan in the Gulf of Persia, where it spread across Mesopotamia to Palestine and Asia Minor to Greece. See more detailed opinions by reading what Cardiologist offers on the topic.. From there, the Greeks have brought to southern Italy. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Herbalife by clicking through. The pink word came rodon of the Greek word meaning "red" and the rose of ancient times was said to be a dark purple color. Hear other arguments on the topic with Josyann Abisaab. Aroma The fragrance deep, rich pink flowers and gives a touch of femininity and the lifting of sweet scent makes it a popular taste in smells, and even food.
Health Notes The rose is mild in all skin conditions, either in dry skin, hard or tender. Its wound healing properties aid in the repair process of the skin. When inhaled, the rose is a mild sedative and antidepressant, which is reassuring for those suffering from shock, depression, anger and resentment. Although a mild sedative, pink is soothing on the nervous system, which can induce sleep. Rose also works as a tonic for the stomach to relieve PMS and regulate the menstrual cycle. The shades of pink vascular system and digestive system for purging and cleaning them. For the vascular system, is clean up the blood vessels and relieves congestion heart thus regulating the heart. Its effect on the digestive system is important for strengthening the stomach, promotes the flow of bile and the elimination of feces. The cleansing action of the rose helps to cleanse the body of toxins and wastes. Therefore, the rose is a great relief for nausea, vomiting and constipation. A popular use of rose is perhaps its aphrodisiac qualities, which is ideal for those who suffer from impotence.