Rosa gallica Officinalis
Flowers and hips are astringent, nutritive tonics full of vitamin c. Delicious and uplifting to the spirits! Use in teas, glycerites, and jams.
Ingredients: dried rose flowers and hips.
- Small-batch, hand-harvested and dried
- 2oz fully-compostable, resealable-bags
- Limited stock available
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- Nervine, astringent, vulnerary, tonic, cooling, and antimicrobial
- Comforting to the heart, tonifying to the mucous membranes, skin-soothing, rich in vitamin C
- Powdery floral scent, comforting, and uplifting
Suggested Use & Recipe Ideas
Tea, syrups, healing salves and creams, baked goods, glycerites, and jams.
Recipe idea: Double Rose Syrup, A Family Herb: The Comforts Of Rose
Use 1-3 tsp. of dried spices to infuse heavy whipping cream for a bright, flavorful topping for fruit-filled cakes and snacks or a warm spice to add to hot teas. Find more details at kitchenstories.com.
Use 1 cup of dried rose petals to make a calming rose tincture. Find the full recipe for Wild Rose Elixir at feastingathome.com.
Comfort the heart with a wonderful rose tincture with this recipe for Double Rose Syrup from theherbalacademy.com.
Enhance hot drinks and desserts with Rose Infused Honey with this recipe from theherbalacademy.com.
As part of our effort to care for the earth, we are proud to offer our tea and herb products in eco-friendly packaging, making it 100% biodegradable and compost-ready.
These statements have not been evaluated by The Food and Drug Administration. This product does not intend to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease. For those who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or on any medications, please consult with a healthcare provider before use.
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