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Rose Otto Bulgarian Oil

Rose Otto Bulgarian Oil
Rose Otto Bulgarian Oil
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We are a remarkable enterprise engaged in offering high quality Rose Otto Bulgarian Oil that is obtained by steam distillation of fresh Rosa Damascena petals. This oil is one of the most sought after oils for its scent, purity, and array of healing benefits. Rose Otto Bulgarian Oil is 100% pure and natural product which is used in creams, lotions, soaps, and perfumes for its mild anti-viral and bactericidal properties, as well as for its fragrance.

  • This is 100% pure flower essential oil from Rosa x Damascena. Its more commonly known as the Damask Rose, or sometimes as the Rose of Castile, is a rose hybrid, derived from Rosa gallica and REosa moschata.
  • Further DNA analysis has shown that a third species, Rosa fedtschenkoana, is associated with the Damask rose.
  • The Damask rose is a deciduous shrub growing to 2.2 metres (7 ft 3 in) tall, the stems densely armed with stout, curved prickles and stiff bristles.
  • The leaves are pinnate, with five (rarely seven) leaflets.
  • The roses are a light to moderate pink to light red.
  • The relatively small flowers grow in groups.
  • The bush has an informal shape. It is considered an important type of Old Rose, and also important for its prominent place in the pedigree of many other types.  
  • Rosa × damascena is a cultivated flower, no longer found growing wild. Its origins were traditionally thought to have been in the Middle East, though recent genetic tests indicate it is a hybrid of (R. moschata x R. gallica) crossed with the pollen of Rosa fedtschenkoana, suggesting that a more probable origin is the foothills of central Asia, home of its pollen parent.
  • The Crusader Robert de Brie is sometimes given credit for bringing the Damask rose from Syria to Europe sometime between 1254 and 1276.
  • The name refers to Damascus, Syria, a major city in the Middle Eastern region.
  • Other stories say the Romans brought the rose to England, and a third account says that the physician of Henry VIII gave him a Damask rose, as a present, around 1540. There is a history of fragrance production in the Middle East from the Damask rose.