Rose Otto, Diluted Organic 5 ml

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Rose Otto is an exquisite essential oil that has been revered for centuries. It takes 4,000 kg of rose petals to make 1 kg of Organic Rose Otto. Rose Otto is steam distilled from the petals of the rose flower, creating a clear, thin liquid that can solidify at a temperature of 68 degrees F. If solid, put in a bag and insert into warm water. Oil will quickly return to a liquid state. This occurs with Rose Otto because of the distillation process and is completely normal.

This Organic Rose Otto comes diluted at 10% (with 100% USDA Certified Organic Sunflower Seed Carrier Oil) because of the strength of this oil. A little of this oil goes a long way, so only a drop is necessary to utilize its benefits. This fragrant essential oil is known for its wonderful, floral scent that is comforting to the senses. Rose Otto is very helpful during times of duress and extreme sadness. It is also very gentle to the skin and helps heal dry, reddened skin.

  • Botanical Name: Rosa x damascena
  • Country of Origin: Bulgaria
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
  • Plant Part: Petals
  • Strength of Aroma: Strong
  • 5 ml

Morya from Agni Yoga on the Rose in the 1930's:

Roses are beneficial for Bliss. All helpful means should be assembled. Not without reason was the rose the symbol of mystery in alchemy. But nowadays rose oil is very poorly prepared. Hierarchy (1931) - 424

People must not keep anything rotten in their houses. The presence of fermentation, or of stagnant water attracts undesirable entities. When the photographing of entities of the Subtle World becomes more advanced, it will be possible to record on film the difference between the surroundings of a bit of cheese or meat and that of a fresh rose. Obviating logical arguments, one can actually see that the forms attracted by meat are repellent. These lovers of decomposition even accompany to the mouth itself the dish fancied by them. Also, before photographing auras one can gain experience by taking pictures of objects with their surroundings. As always, the experiment requires patience and perseverance. It should begin with indicative objects.

Of the pure aromas, one must prefer the rose; it contains a very lasting oil. But it should not be forgotten that flowers should be gathered before decomposition has set in.

I point out roses because they contain the greatest quantity of fiery energy. Thus, lovers of roses are near to fiery energy. The entities that feed on decomposition avoid the aromas of fiery energy. One must accept this indication in all simplicity, and just as information from a pharmacy. Fiery World - Book 1 (1933) - 227