Greek Pink Rockrose Cut Leaves

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Latin Name : Cistus Creticus

Origin Country: Greece

Cistus Creticus, also known as the Rockrose, is a hardy shrub native to the Mediterranean region. It has fragrant white or pink flowers that bloom in the spring. The leaves are grayish-green and hairy, and the stems are covered in small thorns. All rockroses are small shrubs that produce characteristic flowers with crumpled petals from white to dark pink. Some species are used as a spices. Also, there are those that are grown for decorative purposes. It also has a bitter taste.

– Cistus Creticus possesses antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties.

– Traditionally used for treating respiratory disorders like bronchitis and asthma.

– Also employed for wound healing and combating infections.

– Cistus is known for its ability to fight against the effects of aging skin as it tightens and tones skin.

– From an emotional and mental perspective, it works to relax the mind, calm the nerves, and promote a sense of soothing and ease.


-To make an infusion, steep a handful of dried rockrose leaves in hot water for 5-10 minutes to make a tea. -You can infuse rockrose leaves in oil or vinegar. This infused oil or vinegar can then be used in cooking or as a dressing for salads. -Crushed or powdered rockrose leaves can be applied topically to the skin or they can be added to homemade skincare products like creams, lotions, or salves.
- Cistus Creticus, also known as rock rose, is generally safe in moderation. - Possible side effects include skin irritation or allergic reactions, though rare. - There are potential toxic effects on the liver and kidneys at high doses. - Pregnant and breastfeeding women should avoid Cistus Creticus without medical advice.

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