Rose Prickly or Loving? July 23 2014
She has a prickly nature and if you have any rose bushes or have had the pleasure to acquaint yourself with the abundant wild roses that grow in many parts of the country you'll know that as they get older they become more thorny over time. Do you know anyone who has gotten thornier as they've gotten older? Maybe we need to respect their sacred space and maybe a little rose tea or glycerite might bring them a little joy.
Rose GlyceriteOne of my favorites.
- Just one drop of the rose glycerite can transform your entire body.
- Just one drop will relax your heart and your nerves.
- It will help you remember a cool summer evening when all was well.
- To make the rose glycerite, find an amazing smelling organic rose.
- Fill your jar with rose petals - I love using rosa rugosa
- fill your jar again with vegetable glycerine - I find mine at the health food store or you can go to www.jeansgreens.com to purchase some.
- Poke at the mixture to release all the air bubbles, then let it sit in a cool dark place for 6 weeks.
- Strain and then take by the drop. Just a drop will do ya.