Rose Hips – Healing Spectrum of Properties

Rose hips are a rich source of vitamin C. Their medicinal properties were discovered by the ancient Greeks who named it as “Fruit of God.”

If you have low immunity and you’re prone to infections and colds, it is time to start using the rose hips in your daily menu.
Rose hips improve concentration, prevent colds and also helps with blood circulation.

It is known that rose hips are used as a natural remedy for many diseases.

This dark red fruit can be called super food which is high in iron, vitamin C, vitamin A and calcium, so it should be a regular part of our diet.

Rose Hips in circle

These are some of their health benefits:

Fruit acids and pectin contained in the rose hips have diuretic and laxative properties.

This helps for improvement and relief of symptoms for kidney diseases and they also help with constipation.

Thanks to the astringent properties that rose hip oil possesses, it presents very important and valuable ingredient, widely used in the cosmetic industry.

 

Rose hip oil regenerate skin cells and is commonly used for the treatment of stretch marks, acne, and burns. Does not dry the skin and keeps it hydrated and well moistened.

Drinking rose hip tea also positively affects on the skin. It is rich in vitamin A, which is considered to be very beneficial for the skin. Keeps the skin supple, preventing the occurrence of wrinkles and reduces the appearance of freckles.

Vitamin C in rose hips is responsible for the production of collagen in the body, component which is an important element in the bone development.

It also helps the absorption of iron, which is important to maintain a healthy body.

Iron in the rose hip is used for red blood cells reproduction.
Rose hips make a positive impact in the treatment of stomach disorders such as abdominal cramps, lack of gastric acid and for prevention of stomach irritation and ulcers.

Also used against diarrhea, constipation, gallstones in the bile and urinary tract infections.

The rose hip improves the immune system. Help prevent bacterial and viral infections.

During fever and high body temperature, enhances the function of the immune system, increases blood flow and excretion of urine, which allows achieving a reduction in body temperature.

Rose Hips Tea

From the Rose hips, you can make marmalade, tea or soup.

During preparation, it is recommended to avoid aluminum cookware because it will absorb the vitamin C and thus lose all the nutrients and will make the rose hips change their color.

Rose hips juice besides that is very tasty and rich in antioxidants, improves the heart health, protects against breast cancer and also blocks the fat deposition and excess weight.
Here’s why you shouldn’t stop using the rose hips in your daily menu.

If you have low immunity and you’re prone to infections and colds, it is time to start using the rose hips in your daily menu. Rose hips improve concentration, prevent colds and also helps with blood circulation.
Rose Hips
Date Published: 04/18/2015
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