Description. Common names: Dog Rose, Hip Fruit, Hip Rose, Wild Brier, Eglantine Fruits. Herbalists note that Rose Hips therapeutic benefits mirror those of vitamin C: supports immune health, promotes healthy resistance, soothes stress, and promotes urinary tract health. Rose Hips are packed with carotenoids, Calcium, B-Complex, Selenium, and other health-boosting nutrients. Herbalists recommend Rose Hip tea, especially when you're experiencing that exhausted, "running on empty" feeling. Enjoy Rose Hips as a tangy, non-caffeinated tea to drink throughout the day as a daily herbal source of Vitamin C and bioflavonoids. Rose Hips have bactericidal, anti-inflammatory, diuretic properties, and strengthen immune system. Use. In addition to their culinary uses, Rose Hips are also valued for medicinal properties. The anti-inflammatory properties of rose hips have recently been shown to be useful in the treatment of patients suffering from knee or hip osteoarthritis. Scientists in Denmark reported that patients who daily consumed standardized rose hip powder experienced significantly less joint stiffness and pain, and an improved general well-being and mood after 3 to 4 months of treatment. Rose Hips are also used for atherosclerosis, high blood pressure, stomach ulcer, for better metabolism. Rose Hips help to reduce cholesterol from blood. Those who take Rose Hips regularly say that have become more energetic and sturdy.Rose Hips are also capable of alleviating the problems of insomnia, do away with depression, drive out fatigue and also offer comfort in conditions such as tetchiness.
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