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Dried rose petals have a good shelf-life and are easy to store. They have a history of being used to bring floral notes to a variety of culinary dishes. An easy way to do this is to grind your dried rose petals into a sweet spice mix, or use them to make flavored sugar.


They can be used in tea blends, usually in combination with other herbs and flowers. Dried rose petals are also added to soups and salads and make exceptional decorations for cakes and pastries. Infused in oil or alcohol, rose petals can be transformed into creams, lotions, colognes and perfumes.



Flavor Profile:

Dried rose petals are mild in flavor but pleasant. Pair with cornflower, chamomile, lavender and citrus peel.


Infuse in oil or alcohol for use in skin cleansers, soaps, lotions and creams. Add to tea blends.


Magickal Properties:

Love, Positiveness, Aphrodisiac, Self-Love, Sex, Anti-Anxiety



Disclaimer: Any medicinal benefits given here are a product of my own research and as such should not be taken over the advice of trained medical professionals. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If you are ill, please go and see a doctor. Always make sure that anything you consume is 100% safe. If you are pregnant, consult your doctor before consuming or using something you haven’t tried before.

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  • Rose (cut and sifted)

    Botanical Name: Rosa Centifolia