Rose Oil in Aromatherapy

Rose oil is unique among all essential oils for aromatherapy. It has been used for centuries for its mesmerizing aroma and therapeutic effect. The 17th century famous English physician and herbalist Nikolas Culpeper wrote that rose oil helps strengthen the heart – physically and emotionally. He recommended it against headaches and overall fatigue and mentioned its cooling, soothing and astringent effects.

Vibration of Rose Oil

The vibration frequency of essential oil reflects its bio-energy or life force and it determines its therapeutic value.
The rose oil has extremely high vibration frequency (320mhz). It is actually the highest vibration frequency of all essential oils on the planet, which makes it one of the most beneficial therapeutic essential oils.

Therapeutic Benefits

In aromatherapy rose oil is thought to inspire mental calmness and emotional stability. The rose aroma is comforting, balancing, and rejuvenating. It is widely believed that rose oil has strong anti-depressant and uplifting properties – it is said that it invokes feelings of joy, happiness, hope and love.
Rose oil is also known as “women’s oil” helping with hormonal and menstrual problems and imbalances. Since the dawn of time, rose oil has been considered one of the most potent natural aphrodisiacs.


Rose Oil is also used for spiritual attunement and is widely used for meditation and prayer. It is known to strengthen and balance the heart chakra and inspire positive feelings and promotes spiritual growth.
Tip: A drop applied to the heart, throat and third eye deepens any meditation.

Rose Oil and Love – Aromatherapy for Romance

The rose has been a symbol of love, beauty, passion and romance for thousands of years. It has been praised by ancient Romans, Greeks, and Egyptians in their quest for love and has been associated with the divine.

The rose is also known as the flower of seduction because it attracts love and promotes self-confidence. Cleopatra and Josephine Bonaparte are just two of the many great seductresses to utilize the rose fragrance to seduce lovers.

Also, this gentle flower is connected with domestic peace and happiness. That is why rose petals are scattered at weddings to ensure happy marriage and love.

Although, rose oil has many therapeutic properties, many underestimate the fact that it is one of the strongest aphrodisiacs found in nature. It has the potential to induce love, romance and desire. It helps stimulate libido and improve sex life.

Tip: The best way to use Rose Oil in a romantic bath is to mix it with salts or milk (that helps to disperse the oil water). Use just 5 to 10 drops and enjoy an aromatic bath to enhance the romance, alleviate stress and tension, relax and uplift the spirits.