Smoking rose petals offers a variety of benefits.
It may help with a sore throat and relaxes the body.
It can also boost a sluggish liver due to its antioxidant properties.
It can also help with a bloated stomach and calms it down.
It can even be used to cleanse the liver, as it is an anti-inflammatory.
Many people smoke rose petals in herbal smoking blends for the sophisticated scent and flavor they offer. The flower contains the essential oil nerolidol, which is known for its sweet-smelling aroma and calming effect.
Some believe that consuming these petals can trigger therapeutic effects for depression or aid in smoking cessation efforts.
Unlike cigarettes, rose petals are non-toxic.
They have been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine to treat a wide range of ailments. They can be made into a tea to ease a sore throat and can also be consumed as an edible.
A new trend of smoking rose petal blunts has emerged, and some people have already started making them to try out the newest weed trend. According to Sasha, the process involves pulling some rose petals off of a fresh rose, heating them in the oven for a few seconds and then sticking them together end-to-end.
In Chinese tradition, roses are believed to balance the spleen and the liver, as well as the heart. They are thought to be aphrodisiacs in TCM, and they are beneficial during hot weather as they have positive effects on bhrajaka pitta (fiery balance). It is an adaptogen for calming the body’s response to stress, which can reduce fatigue, lack of energy and a mood stabilizer.