Rose of Jericho is an ancient herb known for its ability to “come back to life” after appearing to dry out and die.
People use it widely in the Middle East, various parts of Europe and beyond, as a traditional medicine to help with many health conditions. These include menstrual cramps, childbirth, arthritis pain, and respiratory disorders. It can also be used in religious and spiritual practices, to protect against illness and negative energy. Rose of Jericho ranges from 3"-4".
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When exposed to desert-like environments with little moisture, the Rose of Jericho curls into a dry ball. In this form, it hibernates to protect its flowers on the inside. It does this until it receives water. This repeating process of hibernation is where Rose of Jericho received the name, “resurrection plant.” It symbolizes transformation, renewal, and prosperity to people. People most commonly use rose of Jericho as a decorative plant and in various spiritual ceremonies. Many believe it “resurrects” areas of your life, brings good fortune, and protects you from negative energy or situations.
Place it in a shallow container of water (with its roots covered). Expose it to plenty of indirect light, as well as an hour or two of direct sunlight daily (when possible). According to most reports, Rose of Jericho may begin to unfurl itself and turn green in as little as 3 to 4 hours after being reintroduced to a water source. Make sure to change the water every day or two.
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