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Rosehip Berries 50g

Rosehip Berries 50g

Rosehip Berries 50g

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Latin Name: Rosa canina

  • Dried Whole Berries
  • Long History of Traditional Use
  • Used During WWII to make Rosehip Syrup
  • Rich in Beneficial Plant Compounds
  • Re-sealable Airtight Foil Pouch
  • 100% Pure Botanical Ingredients - Absolutely Nothing Added
Quality Assured Vegetarian and Vegan Safe
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Rosehip Berries from Indigo Herbs are the succulent berries of the Rosa canina plant. They were used extensively in England to make a vitamin C rich syrup when citrus was difficult to get hold of during World War II. Rosehips are rich in many beneficial plant compounds and can be used to make tea, jam or added to baked goods.

At Indigo Herbs we are passionate about premium quality botanicals. Explore the tabs on this page to find out more about the health benefits, quality, manufacture and suggested use of this Herb. At Indigo Herbs we are committed to empowering optimum health and nutrition and assisting you to take responsibility for your own health and wellbeing, by having access to many of nature’s healing botanicals.

Also known as: Dog Rose Hips, Rose Haw

Dried Rosehip Berries can be used to make Rosehip Tea. Crush the berries slightly and use 1 tsp per cup of tea. Pour boiling water over the crushed berries and leave to steep for 10 - 15 minutes. Sweeten with your favourite natural sweetener and serve.

Dried Rosehips can also be used to make jam, jelly, syrup and added to baked goods. 

Indigo Herbs Rosehip Berries are produced from mature farmed rosehips, picked at the onset of winter. After all the hips have been carefully washed, they are selected and damaged fruits discarded to leave only the best crop. The rosehips are then gently dehydrated and rapidly freeze dried to ensure that their high vitamin C content is retained. Several checks are made to ensure that there are no heavy metals or toxins in the berries before they are packed up and made ready for shipping.

Rosehips are not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women, diabetics, persons who have kidney stones or anyone with anaemia. 

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