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.

Despite the fact that the rosrhip has many useful properties, we must be careful when we use it. Taking more vitamin C loads the kidneys seriously, so a moderate consumption of the hippocort potion is recommended - no more than one liter per day if the kidneys work smoothly.

When you expect a child, especially during the cold months, it is very likely that you will catch a virus or a cold.

How to make rosehip tea?

There is nothing complicated in making this tea. All you need to know is that the rosehip should not be boiled! When boiling at a high temperature, the rosehip will lose most of its nutrients. For this, put in a closed bowl or pot with lid two handfuls of rosehip. Pour the fruit with 500 ml of boiling water and leave for 6 hours. Before use, strain the fruit. You can add delicious Bulgarian honey.


Products that are rich in vitamin C are not always beneficial to everyone. If you have heartburn, gastritis or ulcer disease, you should use these foods very carefully. Consult your doctor before using them.

In what case of pregnancy the rosehip is forbidden?

- tendency to thrombosis and thrombophlebitis
- high or low blood pressure
- constipation