||Antiseptics, Aromatic, booster skin, anti-oxidant, Relaxing, anti-depressants, Sexual enhancer, Wound healing mouth and gums
||Antidepressant: Damask rose oil boosts self-esteem, confidence, and mental strength while efficiently fighting depression.
Antiphlogistic: Damask rose may calm down a patient of high fever by sedating the inflammation. It can also be beneficial in other cases of inflammation caused by microbial infection, ingestion of poisonous materials, indigestion, and dehydration.
Antiseptic: This is the most fragrant and luxurious way to treat wounds; imagine treating wounds with Oils of Damask rose instead of those ordinary antiseptic lotions.
Antispasmodic: Damask rose efficiently relieves spasms in the respiratory system and intestines, as well as muscular spasms in various limbs.
Aphrodisiac: It boosts the libido which is essential for a successful sex life.
Astringent: It strengthens gums and hair roots, while toning and lifting skin, and contracting muscles, intestines and blood vessels.
Bactericidal: It is a good bactericide. It can be used in the treatment of typhoid, diarrhea, cholera, food poisoning and other diseases which are caused by bacteria.
Depurative: Damask rose essential oil purifies the blood by helping in the removal and neutralization of toxins.
||Rose oil use widely in perfume and cosmetic industry and mainly known for its perfuming effects.
The R. damascena has also been used for medicinal purposes and Various products and isolated constituents from flowers, petals and hips of this plant produce in th world.
Also It is used to flavour food and have high value in the food industry. Some special foods are prepared using rose.
||The origin of Damask rose is the Middle East and some documents show that the origin of Damask rose aromatic water is Iran. The major cultivation areas of Damask rose in the world is Iran, Bulgaria and Turkey. Kashan, Fars and Azerbaijan Provinces are the major cultivation areas in Iran.
Damask rose, as one of the ancient flowers, has an old history in Iran and the Middle East. These nations have lived with this flower for centuries. It is important for them not only for its therapeutic actions but also as playing the role of a holy plant. Avicenna, the 10th century Persian physician, distilled its petals for medical purposes and commercial distillery existed in 1612 in Shiraz, Iran.
||Major contributors of Damask Rose are citronellol, citral, carvone, carvacrol, citronellyl acetate, Eugenol, ethanol, farnesol, stearpoten, methyl eugenol, nerol, nonanol, nonanal, phenyl acetaldehyde, phenylmenthyl acetate and phenyl geraniol. Damask rose is the preferred variety because it is the most fragrant species and is believed to be the original red Damask rose with strongest aroma and highest oil content.