no artifical colours
no added SO2
no added sugar
ingredients: dried rose-hips
allergens: no allergens
We use well-ripened wild-growing forest rose-hips. They are cleaned of stems and leaves and are fully dried, preserving their red color to dark red.
Storage: Keep in a cool and dry place preferably in an airtught container/bag
The rose-hips are well-known as a "vitamin factory".In their variety and quantity of vitamin content, rose-hips surpass all edible plants found in Bulgaria . Additionally, these fruits contain sugars, citric and malic acids, cellulose, pectin, and essential oils.They are rich in mineral salts. They are used as an important ingredient in various marmalades, syrups, teas, and most frequently in medicine due to their high Vitamin C content.
Energy 277 KJ/236 kcal
Fat 0,51 g
-of which saturated fat 0,05 g
Carbohydrate 29,24 g
-of which sugars 27,3 g
Fibre 49,9 g
Protein 3,62 g
Salt < 0,01 g
Traditional Tibetan medicine has used dried rose hips as a remedy for tuberculosis but lung, dysentery, gallstone and urinary stone disease, heart disease, malaria and hypertension.
Scientists have linked the healing effect of rose hips with a high content of vitamin C. That is why rose hips are recommended for colds, mental fatigue, atherosclerosis, high blood pressure.
The action of coiled, enhanced by that of vitamin P has a beneficial effect on the permeability of capillaries and prevents the formation of edema.
The pectins in rose hips form a protective layer on the gastrointestinal and bronchial mucosa and are a proven remedy for inflammation.
Vitamin K supports blood clotting processes, mineral salts increase diuresis, and tannins prevent the formation of putrefactive processes in the intestine.
Rosehip lowers blood sugar, stimulates the formation of red blood cells, increases efficiency and strengthens the body's resistance. It is therefore recommended for patients with diabetes, anemia, mental and physical fatigue.
Dried rose hips help with flu and fever, cough and uterine and nasal bleeding.