rose otto de maroc essential oil
Rose de mai otto essential oil
surrender to the kiss of a rose
At Chronic Tonics we continuously try to source the best therapeutic grade essential oils and our new Rose de Mai Otto Essential Oil is one we’re very excited about. So before you buy rose essential oil read on and find out why we’re so proud to add this beautifully fragrant oil to our essential oils range.
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History of Rose De Mai Otto Essential Oil
Carrying the full-bodied aroma of a fragrant perfume, at Chronic Tonics we’re proud to bring you our Rose de Mai Otto Essential Oil (Rose Maroc Essential Oil).
Our Oil is hydro distilled at low temperature from soft velvety petals of freshly picked Rosa Centifolia flowers cultivated and harvested in Morocco.
A hybrid rose developed by Dutch Rose breeders around the 18th Century, the parentage of Rose Centifolia includes Rose Damascena, but it is a complex hybrid and its exact hereditary history is not fully documented or understood.
Used throughout history for its evocative, delicate fragrance and visual beauty, Roses of every size and colour seem to evoke feelings of ecstasy and contentment and are renowned for being well known heart openers.
Known for its array of amazing therapeutic properties and wide range of applications in aromatherapy, skin care and fine perfumery, together with its extremely limited supply.
That is why our Pure Rose Centifolia Otto Essdential Oil is considered one of the most precious essential oils in the world.
Therapeutic Compounds found in Rose Essential Oil
effective mosquito repellant (also found in citronella)
strong antimicrobial that is necessary for vitamin A synthesis (also found in lemon myrtle and lemongrass).
effective digestive aid (also found in caraway and dill).
responsible for the pleasant flavor and aroma of roses, which is why it’s in many skin and beauty products.
also the powerhouse behind clove, the richest antioxidant in the world.
natural pesticide (also found in orange blossom, jasmine and ylang-ylang).
local antiseptic and anesthetic (also found in cinnamon and lemon balm).
sweet-smelling aromatic antibiotic compound (also found in lemongrass and hops).
another sweet-smelling and aromatic compound (also found in chocolate).
natural form of geraniol, which is commonly in perfumes and fruit flavorings.