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5 Natural Treatments with Rose Water

by Andreea Laza

Looking for natural treatments with rose waters? We have 5 remedies for you, so keep on reading.

Most of use know little about rose water as natural treatment and its healing properties.

But the use of rose water as a medicine dates back centuries ago. Back then, it was one of the most common medicines, and very simple to make.

Rose water was probably the first natural deodorant and the first aromatherapy product in the world.

It is know for multiple health and beauty benefits.

The traditional recipes for preparing rose water have been kept until today. 

Below is the original recipe for making rose water

It’s the method people have used for ages to extract the purest rose water from rose petals.

It may be a little more elaborated, but it sure is worth making your own rose water at home and enjoying its health benefits.

So before we get into the natural treatments with rose water, here is how you can make rose water at home, the traditional way.

The Original Recipe for Making Rose Water

How to Make Rose Water at Home – The Original Recipe

If you follow this recipe, you will make a high-quality rose water.

The recipe may involve a little labor, but in only 40 minutes you will get more than 1/2 l of rose water that you can use for cosmetic purposes, or natural remedies.

This rose water is great for all of the natural treatments you find below.

You will need:

  • 1-2 kg fresh rose petals
  • ice cubes (or shaved ice)
  • 1 heat resistant bowl
  • 1 large pot with a sealing lid
  • 1 brick


  • Place the brick in the middle of the large pot and then put the bowl on the brick. 
  • Put the rose petals in the pot (not in the bowl), until they reach the top edge of the brick.
  • Pour enough water in so that the level covers the petals, up to the top edge of the brick (but not surpass it).
  • Put the lid on the pot, upside down and put the pot on the fire.
  • When the water reaches boiling point, reduce the heat on minimum, so that it boils slowly, like a simmer.
  • Immediately after the water starts boiling, put the ice cubes on the lid of the pot (2-3 ice trays from the freezer should do), but make sure than when they melt, the water doesn’t pour inside the pot.

When the water in the pot starts boiling, the steams lift up, they reach the upside down lid, and form condensation. This condensation drips in the bowl on the brick.

That is the rose water.

Scoop out 1-2 tbsp of the rose water from the bowl every 20 minutes, but really, really quickly. 

You are done when the rose water scooped from the bowl no longer has that strong rose scent.

This recipe will get you 500-700 ml of pure, high quality rose water.

If you find the traditional rose water making recipe too out of reach or complicated, we have a quick rose water recipe below.

How to Make Rose Water – Easy & Quick Recipe

If you don’t have the time, or you believe it’s to difficult to follow the original rose water making recipe, there is simpler way. Here is how you can make rose water easy, at home.

You will need:

  • 6 tbsp fresh rose petals, chopped by hand
  • 500 ml water


  • Add 3 tbsp of the fresh and chopped rose petals in 1 cup of cold water (250 ml) and leave to macerate overnight.
  • Add the other 3 tbsp in a cup of hot water (250 ml) and infuse for 20 minutes.
  • Strain and mix the cold macerate and the infusion together.

Make the rose water infusion the next day, so that it is fresh, when you mix the macerate and tea together.

Keep the rose water in the fridge and use it within 2-3 days.

That is it!

Rose Water Natural Remedies

5 Natural Treatments with Rose Water

1. Rose Water, a Natural Treatment for Rheumatism

For rheumatic pain, all you need to do is to take frequent hot feet baths with rose water.

It’s that simple.

For back pain, make some hot poultices with rose water and apply them on the sore areas.

Read Also: 5 Natural Treatments for Rheumatic Pain

2. Natural Treatment for Cold & Flu 

Rose water is a great natural treatment for cold as well.

  • Soak a pair of clean socks in rose water.
  • Squeeze them well to drain the excess water.
  • Get them on your feet and go directly to bed.

Usually, by the next morning, the cold symptoms will be gone.

Read Also: 13 Natural Remedies for Cold & Flu

3. Rose Water Treatment for Neurosis

To enjoy the healing benefits of rose water for the nerves:

  • Thorough wash the cervical region (the back of your neck) and in between the two scapula with warm rose water. 
  • Repeat the rose water baths daily for 2 weeks, to see results.

This is a wonderful natural treatment for neurosis and nervousness.

If you also have a weak immune system, we strongly advice you to take hot rose water baths as a natural treatment to boost your immune system.

Read Also: 5 Natural Remedies for Weak Immune System

4. Home Remedy for Acne 

For this natural treatment for acne with rose petals, you need to:

  • Mix 100 ml of rose water with 100 ml of camphorated alcohol.
  • Gently rub the mixture on the acne area
  • To this in the evening, after thoroughly cleansing your face.

5. Homemade Remedy for Dandruff

Last but not least, rose water is a wonderful natural treatment for dandruff too.0

For best results:

  • Mix 500 ml of rose water with 500 ml of rum and 25 ml of ammonium carbonate.
  • Rub this preparation on your scalp, 2-4 times a week.

Read Also: Home Remedy for Dandruff with Honey

How to Make Rose Water for The Skin

Natural Cosmetics

This recipe here is great for any skin types and you can add it to your natural homemade cosmetics as the main ingredient. 

You can also use it as is, for the good maintenance of your skin.

Simply apply it on your face using a cotton pad. Do this application in the evening, on a cleansed face. Don’t wipe it off, instead leave the rose water dry on your skin.

Then you can apply your face cream.

The rose water prepared after this recipe has the tons of benefits for the skin. 

How to Make Rose Water for The Skin with Recipe & Use

Rose Water for The Skin is:

  • antiseptic
  • astringent
  • soothing
  • toning
  • disinfecting
  • great for fine lines

This is the cosmetic recipe for rose water.

You will need:

  • 500 g rose petals (yellow roses have the most powerful scent)
  • 30 g salt
  • 1/2 l sparkling water


  • Finely crush the rose petals in a mortar.
  • Mix them with salt and water.
  • Leave to macerate for 1 week.
  • Stir daily, very well.
  • Strain the macerate, pour the rose water in a bottle and seal.

There are many natural treatments with rose water, for illnesses.

The reason is that this magical water loaded with a lot of health benefits.

Now you know how to make rose water at home and use it for health and beauty! Stay healthy and beautiful, naturally!

Rose, The Flower of Inner and Outer Beauty

Roses speak a universal language.

In all cultures around the world, roses symbolize love. White roses represent ingenuity and purity, red roses express fulfilled love and passion.

Legend has it that rose, the “flower of the gods” was born from the smile of Eros and the tears of the goddess Venus.

Roses seem to have originated in Asia, where they has existed for over 15 million years.

In China, roses have been cultivated for over four millennia, as a royal flower, used to decorate the gardens of the emperor’s concubines.

The rose flower entered Europe through Greece and Rome, where it enjoyed a true cult.

Famous Egyptian empress, Cleopatra, uses to bathe in rose petals and jenny milk.

Today roses are just as popular around in all corners of the world.

When we love, we offer roses. But roses are not only good for the soul, but also for beauty. The natural elixirs in rose petals nourish, soften and refresh the skin.

Somehow roses are selfless enough to give off some of their majestic beauty for those who appreciate and use them.

Hopefully you’ve found here some amazing natural treatments with rose water, that you find useful. Stay healthy and beautiful, naturally!

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