Rose - rosa damascena - E

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Uses:
Topical;
Regulation of hormones, aids digestion, reduces spasms and pain, speeds healing of minor cuts and scrapes and prevents infection, reduces the appearance of scars and stretch marks

Diffuser;
relieves headaches in very low doses, emotionally calming and uplifting, reduces depression, anger, and grief, allergies, asthma, and nervous tension.

Cautions

The smell undiluted may induce headaches due to strength. Should also be diluted prior to applying to skin to prevent irritation. Avoid use during pregnancy due to stimulation of uterine contractions.

First Aid

If gotten in eyes allow to water freely and bathe with cool wash cloth.

If contact burn occurs apply flour or cornstarch to absorb excess oil, treat as chemical burn.

If inhalation of the absolute or oil has caused headache or dizziness, move to where there is fresh air.

If the oil has been spilled on a young child’s or baby’s face clean excess oil off and put them in fresh air. If concerned call emergency services.

About the Remedy

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About the QRDS

Quick Reference Data Sheets™, QRDS hereafter, were created to put all essential information about a natural medicine in one place.
They are split into 6 sections, 5 of which you can see above. The omitted section is the chemical constituents. It has been left out of the online version because the majority of readers will not need it. It is included in the PDF.
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