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Published: 19 years ago
 
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traditional rose oil


Hello Kim, thank you for the lovely offer, actually I do have a question for you. I read somewhere that you could make rose essential oil two different ways, one is the now available form (by pressing so many petals and getting an oil) and there was an older version. Apparently there were these women years ago who used to take rose petals and pile them on top of clean water that was held in a large bowl. After a few days there was supposed to be this oil that floated to the top of the bowl which was skimmed off and bottled, used as the first rose oil. Now I tried this experiment once, OH and it was a disaster!! A really yucky disaster, the roses went mouldy after a few days and the water turned one very foul looking brown color. I also didn't see any floating oil, so I was wondering if you knew anything about this? I'm sure I'm doing something wrong in regards to this, but am not quite sure what...Elaina
 

 
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