Cherokee Rose calms people who suffer from moodiness, emotional imbalances by harmonizing the head and the heart. This essence opens the crown chakra creating a new vision of strength and creativity. Cherokee Rose is a child of Lady Eubanksia Rose.
Cherokee was brought to the American colonies in the mid 1700s from southern China. It is also native to Viet Nam and later planted by Native Americans. Later when forced to relocate east of the Mississippi River by foot, Native American chiefs prayed for a sign of strength, especially for mothers with small children. The Natives said wherever a tear dropped along the way, a Cherokee rose bloomed. It continues to bloom along the Trail of Tears to this day.
Cherokee is a 16-33 foot climber with fragrant, pure white, open blooms and golden stamens. It blooms in March- April, occasionally 2 x in the spring. The lovely, white flowers cover the large rose with a mass of blooms 2- 4 inches wide with bright glossy green leaves and bright red hips in the fall. Georgia is proud to honor Cherokee rose as its state flower.
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Testimonial:" I use the energy of this lovely rose to enhance my stamina and creativity through to completion," Raymond.
"Cherokee rose essence is an aid harmonizing my body functions, "Lea.
Petite Fleur Essences are steam distilled and hand processed with purely organically grown flowers and herbs specially formulated to catalyze potentials and enrich the mind, body, and soul. Each is harvested, bottled, and labeled by hand.
Apply two drops to the wrist or heart area daily or as often as every fifteen minutes.