Although rosehip is an excellent natural remedy for colds, it should be used with caution. Let's see how to prepare the optimal dose for a pregnant woman.
- Bulgarian Superfood
- Rosehip fruit powder
- Rich in Vitamin C
- GMO Free! Gluten Free! Lactose Free!
- Vegan friendly
Vitamin C content of rosehip ahead even citrus. In hip fruits contain more Vitamin P, Vitamin B1 and B2, carotene, pectin, organic acids and minerals. Rosehip seed possess vitamin E and 12 to 16 percent oil, which makes them a valuable raw material for cosmetics and for the production of compound feed.
To make this product we use only ripe whole rose hips, which are carefully dried. Then the whole fruits are ground to a fine powder. The resulting rosehip powder has the characteristic reddish color and a pleasantly sour aftertaste. It is used for direct consumption or in combination with other flours.
In Bulgarian folk medicine, rosehip is widely used. Rose hips are used as a means of strengthening the body's defenses and improving performance, especially in late fall, winter and early spring.
Preparations made on the basis of rose hips successfully treat infectious diseases. Its used in atherosclerosis, diseases of the liver and kidneys, respiratory organs, gastrointestinal diseases and colds, metabolic disorders, endocrine disorders.
After a serious illness, rose hips raise vitality, activate the immune system and strengthen the circulatory system. It is used for stones and sand in the kidneys and bladder.
Rose hips enhance tissue regeneration, hormone synthesis, vascular permeability. Fruits and seeds have anti-inflammatory and diuretic effects. Thus, rosehip, as one of the major suppliers of vitamin C in the body, we need not only to protect against infections. Rosehip lowers blood pressure, normalizes metabolism, assists in the absorption of iron.
Rosehip has many healing properties, and one of them may be its mild laxative effect, but it should take longer. Often combined with hibiscus flower.
Dried and powdered whole rosehips (Fr. Rosa Canina).
Nutritional values per 100 g:
Energy value: 162 kcal / 678 kJ
Carbohydrates: 38.22 g
of which sugars: 2.58 g
Dietary fiber: 24.1 g
Protein: 1.6 g
Fat: 0.50 g
of which saturated: 0.34 g
unsaturated: 0.16 g
Salt: 0.00 g
Suitable for direct consumption or culinary use.
Rosehip powdered fruits are suitable for adding to the main ingredients of raw desserts, creams or toppings to give your appetite an acidic streak. Add 1 tbsp. to smoothies and shakes to make their composition even more nutritious. Suitable for making hot or cold tea as well as refreshing drinks.
In baked goods, rosehip powder bring nutritional density, herbal aroma and a pleasant color. Mix it into nuts or cereals when preparing fruit breads, cupcakes, cookies or porridge. Due to its high pectin content, it easily absorb the mixture and absorb some of the moisture. Extremely suitable ingredient for fulfilling recipes without animal products.
Recipes with Rosehip powder "Zdravnitza":
Boil 1 tbsp rosehip powder in 250 ml water. Stay for 1 hour, strain and drink as tea.
Pour 500 g of rosehip powder into 4 liters of cool, pre-boiled water. Add 1 kg sugar (or natural sweetener). To promote fermentation, you can add yeast dissolved in water. The mixture was allowed to stand in an open container (bottle or jar) at room temperature for about 20 days. Strain before use.
1 tbsp rosehip powder mixed with natural honey. Take 1 tbsp. once a day. It can be taken throughout the year. For children it is taken half a tablespoon.
Packing: 150 g