Health Benefits of Rosehips

Health Benefits of Rosehips

Rosehips are a vitamin bomb. They contain huge amounts of vitamins: C (10 times more than blackcurrant), A, E, B and K, as well as minerals: iron, calcium, magnesium and potassium.

The most common use of rosehip is to supplement vitamin deficiencies. Rosehip tea can fight infections and increase the body's immunity. Rosehips are recommended for older people, during convalescence, overtiredness and excessive stress, and also as an aid in the treatment of colds.

Rosehip has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that are used in rheumatoid diseases.

Rosehip has antibacterial properties - therefore it is considered a natural antibiotic.

Rosehip also has antiseptic and choleretic properties and is effective in the treatment of urinary tract infections, gastritis and enteritis.

Rosehip also has a detoxifying effect - it also relieves diarrhea and regenerates the gastric mucosa.

Rosehip has a calming effect - tea with fruit helps you fall asleep, reduces nervous tension and helps you cope with stress.