how to make rose water

Making Rose Water

Making rose water is actually more simple than you think. Rose water can be used in multiple things such as love spells, self-love, attracting love, etc. The things you will need are:

- Rose Petals
- Rubber Band to seal the rose petals in the coffee filter(optional)
- Coffee filter for a quick tea bag(optional)
- Water that fits your purpose (I’m using rain and moon water)
- Sealable Jar

First, collect your rose petals. The more petals you use the more potent the water will be. After you’ve done that, put your rose petals in the center of your coffee filter and fold it up to create a tea bag, use the rubber band to seal it off. If you dont have a coffee filter or don’t want to use one, you can always just let the rose petals stay in the water loosely.

After you’ve made your tea bag, you can put water in a Sealable jar. You could use a variety of waters that fit your purpose. I am using moon and rain water for this. Once you have an amount of water that you are satisfied with, add in your tea bag and seal off the jar. The lid is important because the water will evaporate if you dont put one on. Now all you have to do is wait 1-3 weeks depending on how potent you want your water to be.

Blessed be!

How to Make Rose Water

Hi everyone! Since the roses are in full bloom now, I’d thought I would make this simple tutorial on how to make rose water. Roses are great for many different kinds of magic, but since they’re either expensive or unavailable during certain times of the year, their water is great substitute, and can be used for many things on its own!

What you’ll need:

3 rose heads (the flower part, not the stem)

Approximately 6-8 cups of water

A big pot (with a lid)

Step 1:

Fill your pot with the water and strip all of your rose heads of petals. If you want your water to be more potent, throw in the petal-less head in, too.

Step 2:

Simmer (not boil) your water with the roses in it and the lid on. Keep a close eye on it; you’ll want to remove the pot from the heat when the rose petals lose their color. This can take 10-20 minutes depending on your stove. You don’t want to let the petals heat for too long, or they’ll disintegrate.

Step 3:

Strain your water thoroughly, making sure to press the petals of any excess water. After this, you can bottle your newly made rose water! It can keep indefinitely, so I recommend making big batches that’ll last you until the next rose harvest.

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anything for witches?

Oh, absolutely!

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I want more soft days. I want enough time to paint the canal across the street. I want to spend an afternoon telling my dog how much he means to me. I want to make rose water and dried flowers for my friends, and I want to spend an entire day from the safety of my lover’s arms. A one-hour lunch break is not enough life for me. Time is the only thing still precious. I’m so afraid I won’t have enough.

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How to make Rose Water

Rose water has many magical properties, The most common being for Love, And attraction spells. But different colored roses have different uses.

White Roses- Peace, Protection,

Yellow Roses- Harmony

Blue Roses- Friendship

Pink/Red Roses- Love, Attraction

What you will need

  • Rubbing Alcohol, Or 100 proof Vodka 
  • Clean glass Mason Jar 
  • Rose Petals
  • Rose Oil (For added scent) (Optional)

Fill your clean Mason Jar about ¼ of the way with Rose Petals. (Measurements do not have to be exact) And top that off with 2/4 of your alcohol solution. Leave room for your Rose Water to move around.

Let it sit for 2-5 days (Depending on how rich you want the color to be)

shake daily, And Strain

anonymous asked:

Richtor, do you know how to do war and rose water? I'm a bit confused, because my companions asked me it as an offering but I don't know how to make them!

I have many sources on rose water, so I’ve got you there!

War water is seen a little less, but I can help you with stuff for that too.

Good luck~! :D

How to make rose water

You will need:
Rose petals (fill your bottle a third of the way)
Sugar or salt (1/8 tsp)
A spray bottle (I used an old perfume bottle)

Shove your rose petals in the bottle, filling it a third of the way. Fill rest of the way with water, shake, and let that sit for a few hours.

Rose water is proven to reduce inflammation, acne, rosacea, tone the face, and tighten pores.

You may choose to charge the water with an attraction spell before use, but you could also use this as a face mist like I do, or a perfume. It works either way.

Man I need to make me some rose water asap. How do you witches who don’t have a garden make it? I’m not sure if I should buy roses from the farmers market or from a florist shop, as they can be ridiculously expensive at the shops, and not very good looking, idk. I’m kinda thinking of asking some friends if I can harvest some. Would that be rude? Ugh idk.. let your girl know 🌹

How to: Rose Water

this is how i make my Rosewater, i decided to use the last of our major rose bloom in my back yard.  Rose water is great and super easy to make. it can be used in all kinds of spells, baths, deity offerings, lotions or just simply be applied to your skin. ( it is one of the gentlest of astringents, rose water is often used as toner for dry skin.)

Some of the magical uses of Roses include divine love, close friendships, domestic peace or happiness, and lasting relationships. 

Materials Needed:

  • A  brick
  • heat-safe stainless steel or glass quart bowl 
  • A large pot with a curved lid 
  • 2-3 quarts fresh roses or rose petals 
  • Distilled Water
  • Lots of ice about 3 trays 

1. In the center of a large pot with an inverted lid (a rounded lid), place your brick (i used a half one). On top of the brick place the heat-safe bowl.

2. Now put the roses in the pot;  and add enough flowers to reach the top of the brick.  Now pour in just enough water to cover the roses. The water level should be just above the top of the brick.

3. Place the lid upside down on the pot.  now turn on the stove and bring the water to a high boil, As soon as the water begins to boil, add some ice to the top of the lid, as soon as that happens lower heat to a slow but steady simmer.

4. You’ve now created an at home still!  so as the water boils the steam is heated and rises, hits the top of the cold lid (because of the ice), and condenses. once condensed the water travels down to the center of the lid and drips into the bowl. Whats collecting in the Heat-safe bowl is your rose water. 

5. Every 20 minutes or so, quickly lift the lid and take out some rosewater about a tablespoon or two. stop when you have somewhere in between a pint and a quart of liquid that  both smells and tastes heavily of roses. 


anonymous asked:

Could you please explain how you make home-made rose water?

It’s actually quite a simple process: I use two fresh roses and pick off the petals, placing them in a small saucepan. I pour water over the petals (making sure that the water level does not rise too much above the petals) and heat the pan for about twenty minutes on low heat (making sure the water does not boil). I then catch the petals in a strainer and pour the remaining rosewater into a perfume bottle, storing it in the refrigerator where the rosewater will keep for a week.