2 tablespoons dry rosehip into half a liter of water will be enough.

If you wait for 10 minutes after boiling well, your tea is brewed and you can enjoy it.

If you wish you can add 1 teaspoon dry mint or hibiscus.

Vitamin C, polyphenol and antioxidant content strengthen the immune system.

Contains lycopene and vitamins A, B, E, K, magnesium, iron minerals increase body resistance.


What Are The Benefits Of Rosehip?

Rosehip is the richest fruit of vitamin C in the world.

Apart from this, the outer part of the body with its antiviral, antibacterial and antioxidant content is effective in the respiratory tract, cancer, cholesterol, sugar and kidney disease starting from our skin.

Apart from vitamin C, it also contains vitamins A, B1, B2, E and K and contains precious minerals such as sodium, calcium, manganese, magnesium, iron, zinc and copper.

With these features rosehip, which is like a natural medicine against colds, especially in cold months.

As general benefits of rosehip, it can be regulated blood pressure, relieving pain in rheumatism patients, slowing the spread of cancer cells in the body, lowering bad cholesterol, accelerating urinary excretion, treatment of influenza, containing plenty of vitamin C and protection against diabetes.

Let us examine the benefits of rosehip by passing through these substances respectively.