Rose hips are the round part of the rose flower that is just below the petals and above the sepals. The seeds of the rose plant are inside the rose hips. Rose hips that have been dried and the seeds inside are used together to make medicine.
Fresh rose hips have a lot of vitamin C, so they can be used to prevent and treat colds, flu, and vitamin C deficiencies, among other things. Rose hips do have a lot of vitamin C, but most of it is lost when they are dried, processed, and stored. Because of this, many "natural" vitamin C products made from rose hips are actually boosted with vitamin C made in a lab, but this may not always be clear from the labels.
Rose hips are also used to treat stomach problems like stomach spasms, low stomach acid, stomach irritation and ulcers, and as a "stomach tonic" for diseases of the intestines. They are also used to treat diarrhea, constipation, gallstones, gallbladder problems, lower urinary tract and kidney problems, fluid retention (dropsy or edema), gout, back and leg pain (sciatica), diabetes, high cholesterol, weight loss, high blood pressure, chest problems, fever, boosting the immune system when tired, increasing blood flow to the limbs, increasing urine flow, and quenching thirst.
Rose hips are used to make tea, jam, and soup, and they are also a natural source of vitamin C.
Rose hips have been used for a long time as a natural cure for many diseases and illnesses. They might help reduce the signs of aging and ease the pain of osteoarthritis, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. Most people can safely eat rose hips, but it's best to talk to your doctor before trying supplements.
◉ Rosehips help strengthen immunity - Because they have Vitamin C and other antioxidants, they help keep you from getting sick. They are safe for the whole family and help prevent colds and other infections of the upper respiratory tract. Mix a teaspoon of dried rose hips, a teaspoon of dried elderberries, and a teaspoon of grated ginger with a cup of boiled water to make a warming, immune-boosting tea for the winter. Let it steep for 10 to 15 minutes.
◉ Rosehips are anti-ageing - As one of the best sources of Vitamin C, bioflavonoids, and other antioxidants, they protect against cell damage, help make collagen, prevent wrinkles, and improve the skin's texture, elasticity, and moisture.
◉ Rosehips are anti-inflammatory - This is because they have a lot of vitamin C and other phytochemicals, like galactolipids. These help the body make collagen, which is important for strong bones and cartilage. Recent studies show that taking rosehip every day can help relieve joint pain from arthritis and protect cartilage from damage. In the studies, 5g of rosehip powder was used every day.
◉ Rosehips support digestive health - by reducing inflammation and making the digestive mucosa feel better. Because of this, they can help heal the gut after a stomach bug or after taking antibiotics. If you have trouble going to the bathroom, their mild laxative effect can help.
|Scientific Name||(Rosa canina L.).|
|Country of Origin
||Originally from Europe. Packaged in the USA.
|Taste & Aroma
||It has a delicate, floral flavor that's slightly sweet with a distinct tart aftertaste.|
|Shelf Life & Storage
||Shelf Life is about 6 month.The best way to store them is in a cool, dark place with a lid that keeps out air.|
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