The Rosa damascene, which has a long-standing place in poetry and literature, has now found unparalleled value in agriculture, medicine and exports. This flower is cultivated for the first time in Iran and in addition to its medicinal properties, it has very high antibacterial and antioxidant properties. Its antioxidant properties are related to the presence of vitamin E, vitamin A and vitamin C. Production of Rosa damascene Nanoemulsion is one of the valuable products through essential oils, roses and dried buds in the target markets including European countries and the Persian Gulf. China, Germany, India, Italy, UAE, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Hong Kong, China, Spain and has the most potential. Mohammadi flowers are in stock in Asia. In order to increase the shelf life of this product and to maintain the nutritional quality facilitate its use in the formulation of food products and create added value, Rosa damanscene nanoemulsion production techniques can be used. Nanoemulsions are produced in two general categories: high energy methods and low energy methods. The use of ultrasonic technique, which is one of the high-energy methods, is recommended due to lower energy consumption, use of less emulsifier amounts and production of a more uniform emulsion with smaller droplet size.