Dog-rose - 500g
The dog rose does have a rich history to share, as its medical uses date back to the time of Hippocrates.
The medicinal uses of rose hips in traditional folk medications is well known. The rose hips are currently used in medications as a diuretic and a laxative. They are used to treat kidney and lower urinary tract disorders as well as arthritis, gout and common colds and their associated fevers.
- Beneficial for the immune system
- Treat stomach disorders
- Beneficial For Skin Care
- Treat Skin Trouble
- Treatment of Cold
- Beneficial for Arthritis
- Decreases Blood Pressure & Cholesterol
- Improves Heart Health in Obese Patients
- Anti-Inflammatory Properties
- Helps Prevent Melanoma
- Antidiabetic Properties
- Antioxidant Properties
Dog rose is rich in Vitamin C. The test result showed that every 100 grams fresh fruit contains 6810 mgs vitamin C. Other vitamins: Calcium, citrates, citric acid, iron, malates, malic acid, organic acids, phosphorus, resin, salts, sugar, vitamin A, B1, B2, C, E, K, P, wax
Storage condition of dog rose is quite simple. It is gathered and stored in dry areas. Mostly dog rose must be in closed containers. Otherwise the worm will catch it.
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