The rose evokes the spirit of love in the heart and mind.
Rose has been considered a classic aphrodisiac because it affects both mind and body in a synergistic fashion. Smoking Rose petals, sipping as a tea or bathing with Rose can lift depressive moods and create a feeling of well being and mild euphoria.
Energetically, the thorn of the rose serves to remind us of the strength required to allow ourselves to be compassionate and no less prepared to define boundaries. Its frequency is said to vibrate at 320 MHZ, one of the highest on the planet compared to our body which is 62-78 MHZ.1 That is why Rose is used in our SYNC blend support intuition and our MOON blend to balance the heart chakra.
Therapeutic Clinical Studies
Studies support the energetic signatures when they observe rose having a physiological and psychological relaxation, analgesic and anti-anxiety effect. Some suggested the anti-depressant activity of rose is due to the stimulation of the post-synaptic 5-HT2 and 5-HT3 receptors as well as increase in the release of dopamine.2
Its no coincidence that the terpenes found in Rose holds two of the terpenes highly prized in cannabis strains:
1. Nerolidol: a strong, woodsy scent, but can also be described as citrusy. Nerolidol is known for its sedative and relaxing effects, making it a good candidate for aiding sleep. It’s also known for having antioxidant, antifungal, anticancer, antimicrobial, and antiparasitic properties.
Rolling Rose Petals
Recently, the rose petal become the next big trend in the world of weed. Rolling a blunt using rose petals is basically pulling some petals off a fresh rose, heat them in the oven for a few seconds and then stick them together end-to-end according to the video below. Many tobacco blends and blunt paper already include rose petals—along with various other herbs and flowers. Similarly, people regularly use rose petals in their hookahs.
OUR BLENDS WITH ROSE
HOW TO ROLL A ROSE BLUNT pic.twitter.com/2Cr26rzllF— Sasha (@simple_sasha) September 14, 2017