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Rosehip Powder

Organic Rosehip Powder

Organic Rosehip Powder

Not only do rosehips serve as a nutritious treat to rabbits, fruit-eating birds and other animals in the wild, people are also just beginning to realise that this vermillion fruit is also a great source of nutrition—especially Vitamin C—for humans, too.

Origin: Chile
Available as: Powder
Good for: Diuretic and laxative, skin ailments, boost immune system, Anti-inflammatory properties, Antioxidant, Cultivation
Nutrition: Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Calcium, Magnesium, Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Manganese
Directions for use: Take 1 tsp of powder as a tonic once or twice a day. Add to water, warm milk, coconut water, favorite juice or to smoothies.

What is it?

But what kind of fruit could this be?

We all know what roses are. They are herbaceous shrubs that grow in temperate areas around the world. There are over 100 species of roses and one species—a wild rose plant called Rosa Canina—produces blossoms which develop into fruits we call rosehips.

Which part of the rose can rosehips be found? The rounded part of the flower right under the petals is where you’ll find rosehips. Its flesh has a taste similar to rose petals, plums and sour apples all at once. The inner seeds though, are not fit to be eaten by humans as it has hairs which can irritate our intestines.

It was rumored in the 17th century Great Britain that rosehips had been prescribed as a herbal tea, to help soothe soar throat and colds. When there were no oranges available, tons of rosehips were used to make jams, jellies and “rosehip syrup” as a source of Vitamin C.

What are its nutritional content and health benefits?

What makes our rosehip powder different?

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