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Rose water

Rose water(Rose water(Dismembered, Shobisui[1]),Rose water) Is the petals of rosesSteam distillationMade byHydrosolMinutes.This liquid is nowperfumeUsed forEssential oil OfRose oilWhen manufacturingBy-productMade as.As an applicationEurope,AsiaIn addition to being used for religion in variousCosmetics,Medicine, Food and drink, used for adding fragrance.

(I.e.,India,Indian subcontinentIn countries such as GulabPersianIt is called Gul (rose) + Ab (water)).

History

Since ancient times, roses have been used pharmaceutically, nutritionally, and as a raw material for cosmetics. The Ancient GreekMan,Ancient romeMan,PhoenicianPeople considered the vast public rose garden to be as important as cultivated land such as orchards and wheat fields.[2].

Cultivation of flowers as a fragrance raw materialThirst morningPersia (Persia(I.e.(Old name of) goes back to[3]..Rose water is produced as a by-product together with rose oil in the process of steam distillation used to produce rose oil for fragrance.[4], Locally known as golāb in Persia and zoulápin in Byzantine Greece[5].

Although steam distillation is believed to be the first process developed in the Sassanid Persia[6], A Persian chemist through the Middle AgesAl Lazy(865-925) orIbn SweenerDue to the improvement and establishment of steam distillation technology due to (980-1037) etc.[7][8], More efficient and economical production of fragrances (including rose water as a by-product) has become possible[9].

Use

edible

Rose water has a very unique flavor and is a Persian and Middle Eastern dish, especiallyTurkish delight,nougat,(English edition),BaklavaIt is often used for sweets such as.In Iran, it is added in small amounts to sweets such as tea, ice cream and cookies.In the Arab world, Pakistan, India, flavored milk, andRice puddingUsed in dairy-based dishes such as.It can also be added to sweet drinks other than black tea.Rose water is used in cookingRed wineEtc.alcoholIs religiousHalalIt is often used as an alternative because it is forbidden as.Premier LeagueIt is,MuslimWhen rewarding playersChampagneOffers rose water-based drinks instead of[10]..Also in car racingF1But,Bahrain GP-Abu Dhabi GPWhen holding in the Islamic worldChampagne fightUse rose water[11].

MarzipanHas long been seasoned with rose water.Originally marzipan came from the Middle East and was in the Middle AgesWestern EuropeIntroduced to.It is still served as an after-dinner snack[12].

Historical syriaIn rural areas, what is divided by hot water is called white coffee (Kafwe Bider).[13]..Generally in the Middle EastlemonadeRose water is also added to milk and milk.Tap waterIt is often added to water to hide the unpleasant odor and flavor contained in.

Rose syrup is made by adding sugar to rose water.

Cosmetics / pharmaceuticals

Medieval European dietSo it was used to clean the table and hands at the feast[14].

Rose water is a component that is also contained in perfume.In addition, rose water topical medicine may be used as a moisturizing lotion.Cold creamMay be used in cosmetics such as.Especially during the winter, some people in India spray on their faces for moisturizing and scenting.It is often sprinkled on Indian weddings.It is also used as a lotion in the historical Syria region.

Religious use

Rose waterキ リ ス ト 教,Islam,Hinduism,ZoroastrianismIt is used as a perfume in religious ceremonies such as.

In Islam,MeccaIt is inKaabaWhen cleaningZamzam FountainI'm using rose water mixed with water[15]. Also,funeralでburialWhen doing so, it is customary to sprinkle it in the hole in the tomb before inserting the casket.

Christianity, especiallyEastern Orthodox ChurchIs regarded as important.Good FridayRose water in the evening(English edition)(A cloth embroidered with Christ taken down from the cross) and a ritual to sprinkle on the believers.In some churches, in addition to holy waterIconEtc. may be washed.

Baha'iSo the most holy book (Kitab-i-Aqdas (Kitab-i-Aqdas)en) 1:76) orders the congregation to use rose water.

ingredient

Rose water obtained by traditional steam distillation from calyx and petals in central Iran,Gas Chromatography-Mass SpectrometryAnalyzed in.

mainlyCitronellol,Nonadecane,Geraniol,Phenethyl alcohol, And henicosane, 9-nonadecen, Eikosan,Linalool, Citronellyl acetate, Methyl eugenol,Heptadecane,Pentadecane, Docosane,Nerol, Diotic,Octadecane, Pentacosane and other polyhydric alcohols.Phenethyl alcohol causes the typical odor of rose water, but it is not always found in rose water products.[16].

Mainly made area

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  1. ^ Hiroshi Ogino "Book Review of "Toa Fragrance History Study" by Kentaro YamadaRyutsu Keidai Gakushu 11 (2), 62-75, 1976-10 Ryutsu Keizai University
  2. ^ "The rose in Ancient times”. Rosense.uk.com. 2012/6/30Browse.
  3. ^ Mirrazavi, F. (March 25, 2013). Retrieved April 29, 2015, from http://sassanids.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Perfume-and-Perfume-Manufacturing-in-Ancient-Iran.pdf
  4. ^ Adamson, Melitta Weiss. (2004). Food in medieval times. Westport, Conn .: Greenwood Press. ISBN 0-313-32147-7. OCLC 55738647. https://www.worldcat.org/oclc/55738647 
  5. ^ Shahbazi, S. (1990). BYZANTINE-IRANIAN RELATIONS. In Encyclopædia Iranica (Vol. IV, pp. 588-599).
  6. ^ Marks, Gil. (2010). Encyclopedia of Jewish food. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. ISBN 978-0-544-18631-6. OCLC 849738985. https://www.worldcat.org/oclc/849738985 
  7. ^ Yukio Haruyama "Cultural History of Flowers" Yukikasha, 39
  8. ^ Ericksen, Marlene. (2000). Healing with aromatherapy. Los Angeles: Keats. ISBN 0-658-00382-8. OCLC 43521011. https://www.worldcat.org/oclc/43521011 
  9. ^ Ahmad Y Hassan, Transfer Of Islamic Technology To The West, Part III: Technology Transfer in the Chemical Industries, History of Science and Technology in Islam.
  10. ^ Gallagher, Ian (August 2012, 8). “Man of the match? Here's your rosewater and pomegranate: Premier League offers non-alcoholic alternative to champagne to avoid offending Muslim players”. Daily Mail. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2193671/Man-match-Premier-League-offers-non-alcoholic-alternative-champagne-avoid-offending-Muslim-players.html 2014/10/24Browse. 
  11. ^ Williams announces contract with Martino in Bahrain? -F1-gate.com · March 2014, 2
  12. ^ Adamson, Melitta Weiss (2004-01-01). Food in Medieval Times. p. 89. ISBN 9780313321474. https://books.google.com/?id=jtgud2P-EGwC&pg=PA29&dq=rose+water#v=snippet&q=rose%20water%20marzipan&f=false 
  13. ^ Kuroki, Hidemitsu (2007). “Chapter XNUMX East Arab-The Food of the Earth with Milk and Nectar-A Historical Syria”. World food culture ⑩ ArabTokyo, Japan: Rural Culture Association Japan. P. 85. ISBN 9784540060038 
  14. ^ Food in Medieval Times By Melitta Weiss Adamson
  15. ^ Land of the Turquoise Mountains: Journeys Across Iran p70
  16. ^ Loghmani-Khouzani H, Fini Sabzi O, Safari JH (2007). "Essential Oil Composition of Rosa damascena". Scientia Iranica 14 (4), pp 316–319. Sharif University of Technology, Research Note
  17. ^ Houtum-Schindler, Albert (1897), Eastern Persian Irak, London: Royal Geographical Society, J. Murray, p. 114 .Available from Google books but full view only available in the US.
  18. ^ islam today --issue 20 / June 2014 40p
  19. ^ Iran rose water smells like big business(PRESS-TV)
  20. ^ Iran, biggest producer of rosewater in world(PRESS TV)
  21. ^ Newspaper, Muscat Daily. “Rosewater distillation, profession of generations in Jebel Akhdar". Muscat Daily News. 2016/7/9Browse.
  22. ^ "Oman's rose water: A history of tradition”(May 2010, 12). 2016/7/9Browse.
  23. ^ Indigenous Drugs Of India p239

 

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