Rosa canina 100gm
Packed with vitamin C, iron and other health boosting nutrients rosehip shells have traditionally been used for fighting colds flu and other infections as well as helping with the symptoms of arthritis
To make a lovely sweet rosehip fruit infusion or tea use one to two teaspoonfuls of dried shells to a cupful of water. Either make as a regular tea or for a stronger infusion place the shells in a saucepan, pour on the water, cover with a lid and simmer gently for approximately ten minutes before straining.
Recipe suggestion: Make a rosehip syrup by mixing half a cup of strong rosehip tea with a cup of honey.
For further information and recommended dosage please consult a qualified herbalist
Our dried herbs are supplied in resealable, compostable brown paper bags
Soil Association certified organically grown herb. Herb from Albania (country of origin may vary).
Warning: Information on this page is not meant to replace the advice of your health professional