Rosehips

15.00 kg

Thanks to the presence of helbic acid, lycopene and phenols, the fruits of wild rose offer many benefits and enhance your health in various ways.

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Rosehip is naturally filled with vitamin C. They are the pseudo-fruits of the wild rose plant and they are edible!
They have traditionally been used for their medicinal properties and are heavily researched today.
Thanks to the presence of helbic acid, lycopene and phenols, the fruits of wild rose offer many benefits and enhance your health in various ways.
The active ingredients of rosehips reduce the growth and migration of breast cancer cells. Higher concentrations of rosehip extract had reduced the migration of breast cancer cells by 45 percent. The active ingredients of rosehip also prevent the development of cancer in the brain, a place where breast cancer cells tend to spread.
Rosehip could be an active ingredient in functional diets that can help prevent colon cancer. The fruit also has an anti-inflammatory effect, which contributes to its anticancer-preventive properties. Rosehip fruits also contain certain bioactive compounds such as phenols, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), beta-carotene, tannins and pectins which help reduce oxidative stress, which can otherwise lead to cancer. An important flavonoid in rosehip has a commendable anti-inflammatory effect. Although rosehip extract is safe, one thing should be taken into account patients taking rosehip along with some medications should exercise extra caution. This is because rosehip can interact with some drugs.
Rosehip extract was also found to prevent epithelialitis, which could be caused by radiotherapy in patients with head and neck cancer.
The fruit has also been observed to stop and even reverse the development of certain cancers. Rosehip, paradoxically, also contains lycopene (the compound that makes them their red color). Lycopene is popular for its anticancer activity. It stimulates communication between cells, the damage of which leads to the development of cancerous tumors. Regular intake of canine extract has been linked to lower cholesterol levels.
The fruit is particularly effective in obese patients patients who consume canine tea daily for six weeks saw a significant reduction in their overall blood cholesterol levels by up to 5 per cent.
The wild rose is so full of vitamin C that the nutrient deserves a special mention.
By the way, did you know that the fruit contains 60 times the vitamin C found in an orange? One of the major benefits of vitamin C is the possible stimulation of collagen production in the body. Collagen is a protein that forms connective tissue in the body.

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