Season of benevolence

Updated: Nov 6, 2021


The Rose blend has emotions in connection to the act of 'goodness', symbolic to be

compassionate and humble, an act of kindness and to be a generous human with a warm heart.

Let's take a moment to understand the story of how rose emerged as an evergreen icon of love 5,000 years ago, the garden cultivation of rose probably began in China. During the Roman period, roses were grown extensively in the middle East. They were used as confetti at celebrations, for medicinal purposes, and as a source of perfumes. The flower of love started being utilised in Ayurveda for its healing properties. Roses have been an important part of Indian culture, Indian royalty were known to bathe in rose water before religious ceremonies.


However it is said the rose was invaded in India during the Mughal empire, Babar is said to

have brought the Damask rose into India.

Rose water can have strong antidepressants, anti anxiety properties, which help in enhancing

the mood. Speaking of rose oil which also helps naturally relieve stress, the benefits can be

reaped through the scents of candles also. Other benefits of rose oil also include: improved skin glow and blood circulation in the body, balances moisture levels in the skin which reduces blemishes and imperfection.


The brand Savour and Aura has carefully used the blend of rose in their products for the

creation of Aroma blends and Fragrance oils. Rose concentrate is obtained by Hexane

extraction of the flowers. The products offered by Savour & Aura with the rose blend are

Gulbahar, Rose crimson and Rose Crimson.

Discover more about these products and their benefits at link


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