Rosa damascena

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Synonyms for Rosa damascena

large hardy very fragrant pink rose

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Effect of aqueous-ethanolic extract from Rosa damascena on guinea pig isolated heart.
Rosa Damascena Oil is taken along with rose-water from approximately 150 tones of Rosa Damascena flower also known as Damascus Rose and the oil is also known as "Rose Otto" in Europe.
The memo aims at benefiting from the economic feasibility of Rosa Damascena with a total cost of USD 170,000.
The Rose Synergy O12 restoring facial Serum by REN is a magical concoction of the purest steam distilled Rosa Damascena Oil and a synergistic blend of oils from Ximenia, Rosehip Seed, Camellia, Jojoba, Soya, Macadamia, Rice Germ and Arctic Cranberry Seed which help retain elasticity and maintain glowing softness.
Described as pure Bulgarian Rose Oil, also referred to as Rose Otto and Attar of Roses, the oil is from the valley of the roses in Kazanlik, Bulgaria, home of the famous rosa damascena.
Research: Investigators initiated a double-blind, randomized, parallel-group, placebo-controlled study in order to evaluate the effect of orally self-administered Slim339, which is a proprietary fixed combination of Garcinia cambogia extract with calcium pantothenate (standardized for the content of hydroxycitric acid and pantothenic acid) and extracts of Matricaria chamomilla, Rosa damascena, Lavandula officinalis and Cananga odorata, on body weight in overweight and obese volunteers.
Specialist nurseries were sought to provide the array of flora, including scented old roses such as Chateau de Napolean and Rosa Damascena Marie Louise.
One of the best aromatic waters for a woman's skin is Rosa Damascena water.
Rose - in particular rosa damascena - helps the brain adjust to the environment, and promotes a better balance of hormones in the brain, as do orange blossom and lime flowers.
It will also contain a shower cream with blackberry leaves, rosa damascena and jojoba oil.
Hydrosols, such as lavenderfrom wild-harvested florals, shea butter, rosa damascena, and the interesting addition of black pepper essential oil, make this botanical-infused body cream a noteworthy newcomer.
The role of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria for growth and rooting in Rosa damascena Mill.
The rose bushes, imported from Damascus and therefore known as Rosa Damascena, were especially prolific in Milikouri and Agros.
It is obtained from fresh rose blossom comprising the petals and sepals of roses of the species Rosa damascena Mill.