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.
The fruits of rosehip enhance the regeneration (restoration) of the tissues, the synthesis of hormones, vascular permeability. Fruits and seeds possess anti-inflammatory, gallbladder and diuretic action. Thus, wild rose, as one of the main suppliers of vitamin C in the body, we need not only to protect against infection. Rosehip lowered blood pressure, brought into normal metabolism, helps the absorption of iron.
In preparations with rosehip successfully treat infectious diseases. Used in atherosclerosis, diseases of liver and kidneys, respiratory organs, gastrointestinal diseases, colds, abnormal metabolism, endocrine disorders. The oily extract of the fruits of wild rose is used in the treatment of eczema, trophic ulcers, stomatitis (inflammation of the lining of the mouth).
100% dried rosehip fruits (Rosa Canina)
Dried rosehips can be used as an additive in cooking and to various shakes and smoothies, for making tea or direct consumption.
Rosehip fruit tea:
Place 2 handfuls of dried fruits in a closed container or saucepan and pour 500 ml of boiling water. Leave to soak for 6 hours. Strain before use. It can be sweetened with honey, maple syrup, stevia or another natural sweetener.
Dried rose hips should not be boiled! When cooked at high temperatures, rose hips will lose most of its nutrients.
Packing: 150 g