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Rose Hips (Rosa canina) 560mg

Rose hips comes from the rose plant and are the part that remains once the petals have fallen off. They are one of the richest natural plant sources of vitamin C, along with smaller amounts of vitamins A and B and bioflavonoids.

  • Naturally rich in Vitamin C and bioflavonoids

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The rose is considered the queen of flowers. They are part of the family that also includes peaches, almonds, apple and strawberry. The ancient Egyptians used the fragrant petals as air fresheners, and rose water as a popular perfume. But in herbal medicine it is after the beautiful petals have fallen from the flower that it is used.

The Rose hip contains many constituents, one of interest being its vitamin C content. Due to this content the herb can be useful in any situation where vitamin C is required. Vitamin C plays a number of roles in the body, including involvement in collagen synthesis, healthy cell development, healing of wounds, helping to provide integrity to the walls of the capillaries, and normal tissue growth and repair.

Active Ingredient
Each ‘preservative free’ capsule contains 560mg of Rosa canina herb powder.

Dosage
For adults: take two capsules with a meal three times daily.
Capsules can be opened and used as a tea.

Caution
Always read the label.
If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.

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Rose Hips (Rosa canina) 560mg

Rose Hips (Rosa canina) 560mg

Rose hips comes from the rose plant and are the part that remains once the petals have fallen off. They are one of the richest natural plant sources of vitamin C, along with smaller amounts of vitamins A and B and bioflavonoids.

  • Naturally rich in Vitamin C and bioflavonoids

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