Powdered rosehips are a beautiful orange and may be used for cooking. Try, e.g., to put rosehip powder in your bread or smoothies - or sprinkle it on your yoghurt or porridge.
Rosehips contribute to physical well-being and to the body's defence. In addition, rosehips help to maintain healthy and flexible joints.
Help to maintain healthy and flexible joints
Contribute to the body's defences
Add to bread and smoothies or sprinkle on yoghurt and porridge
Recommended use:. Take 1 tsp (2.5 g) with each main meal, preferably with water, juice, etc.
Fruits of dog rose (Rosa canina), called rosehip, are usually orange or red. Many people know the itching sensation brought about by ground rosehips, and fruits are popular in jams or jellies. Powdered rosehips are also suitable for many purposes.
Powdered rosehips owe their bright orange colour to the pulp and may be used for cooking. Add it to your bread or put it in a smoothie - or sprinkle it on, e.g., yoghurt or porridge. 1 tsp (2.5 g) three times per day will contribute to physical well-being and help to support digestion. In addition, rosehips contribute to the body's defence and to the maintenance of healthy and flexible joints and joint mobility.
The rosehips of this product are organic.
- saturated fatty acids
Powdered rosehips with seeds* (Rosa canina). * = organic. Country of origin: Chile.