Rose petals are mildly sedative, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory. Rose petals are a very rich source of vitamin A, C and E. Which helps hydrate and tighten the skin.
Rose petals make a delicious herbal tea and ideal home cure for various skin conditions including acne, dry skin, bruises and even some wounds.
Fresh rose petals can be eaten in salads deserts, smoothies, syrups, teas, jams and even jellies.
Roses can also be used in attraction and romance spells or even affirmations work.
Other uses consist of adding them to a sleep satchel to promote sweet dreams. Use in spells to offer healing (esp. the heart). Make rose mists to make a space in your home vibrate higher.
Make a rose tea for self-love; use the petals to cast circles, use as natural confetti for celebrations including weddings.
Magical Tip: Place rose quartz in a glass mister bottle and fill with water and spray on yourself when feeling negative. If you also place it in the moonlight, this will enhance the moonlight water will vibrate even higher.
Colour magic of roses:
White – connected with Yin – the feminine side. White roses are used for empowering ones spiritual gifts.
Pink – unification of the Yin and Yang, used to amplify our inner magic and beauty, while helping to heal emotional scars. Works well with rose quartz.
Orange – used in success and increasing potential, also to remove obstacles. Works extremely well with carnelian or citrine.
Yellow – to increase luck and abundance. Works extremely well with citrine and quartz.
Purple – when a situation is uncertain and security is needed. Works extremely well with amethyst.
Red – used to empower and inspire. Love potions and rituals to uplift ones spirit. Red roses are good luck and bring upliftment to homes and occupants. Works well with rose quartz, carnelian and quartz.
*Please note do not eat roses from a florist or similar, these commercially grown flowers are full of chemicals.
All Shy and Sky Studios dried herbs and flowers are home grown and certified organic.*
*The information provided on this page is provided for general information only. It does not constitute professional or expert advice. Please seek medical advice from your doctor.*