Rosehip or Wild Rose
Suitable for cholesterol, sugar, body defense, contains vitamin C.
The wild rose contains a large amount of vitamin C (3 fruits of the plant correspond to the vitamin that an orange offers us) and vitamins A, B and K, gallic acid, antibiotic elements, tannin and flavonoid pigments (vitamin P), carotenoids (provitamin A) , pectin, vegetable acids and essential oil.
It helps us fight infections and especially colds by improving our body's defenses. It helps us in cases of constipation and mild problems of the gall bladder as well as kidney and bladder diseases.
Rosehip has many healing properties, works as a tonic in case of exhaustion and lack of vitamins, as well as a diuretic.
They can strengthen the immune and urinary systems, treat arthritis and treat skin scars.
Due to the pectin it contains, it can relieve constipation by cleansing the intestines and help reduce cholesterol. Roses are traditionally used to treat colds and flu.
Modern science is investigating its use to treat certain inflammatory disorders such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.