Flowers, leaves, and roots of roses contain polyphenols. The leaves also contain saponins and tannins. Meanwhile, the roots contain saponins and flavonoids.
Take 3 fresh roses; brew with one cup of hot boiled water then drink as well.
2. Coronary heart disease
Boil 2 red roses and 15 g of Javanese ixora with 500 ml of water until it remains 200 ml. The water is filtered. Drink warm. Apply two times a day.
Boil 5 roses, 20 g of turmeric, and 2 segments of cane with 600 ml of water until it remains half. Drink the boiled water two times a day.
15 roses are boiled in three cups of water until it remains three fourths. When cold, strain and then drink. Do it three times a day three-quarter cup each.
4. Hair loss
1 rose is mixed with 10 strands of freshly young hibiscus leaves, a handful of white heads, 5 shield aralia leaves, 1 pandan leaf, and 10 jasmine flowers. Wash clean. The materials are put into a non-stick pan. Then add the sesame oil, coconut oil, and walnut oil a half of cup each. Heat until boiling then remove. After chilling, filter. It's ready to use. Apply the mixture of oil to the entire scalp with a mild massage. Do it at night before bed. Next morning, hair is washed. Do it two to three times a week.
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