Rosewood is a famous tree from the Punjab province of Pakistan and the Punjab state of India. Famous for its beautiful smell and sturdy uses, Rosewood has become one of the most widely used and prized materials in India and Pakistan. In fact, it’s so popular, Rosewood is used for nearly everything; from furniture, to walking canes, carvings, boats, musical instruments, and agricultural tools. That’s one seriously useful material!
Aside from its utilitarian purposes, Rosewood has been used in the healing process for centuries. In particular, the leaves and sap of the tree are frequently ground to a paste to place on the skin in order to heal blemishes, pimples, or boils. Even heartburn, indigestion, and certain heart diseases are thought to be preventable with the intake of Rosewood pastes and remedies.
Associated with the Heart Chakra, Rosewood is a compassionate and healing feminine energy, however, that doesn’t mean that it’s only for women! It just means it helps to accent the innate qualities of compassion and love within an individual. The feminine grace is enhanced when wearing Rosewood, and intuitive health is also given a boost. The scent of Rosewood plays a huge role in the healing properties it displays, which is released and awakened more with age. Rosewood essential oil is used for nervousness, headaches, and frigidity. It also helps to boost the immune system as it calms the individual.