Rosehip fine cut.
Suitable for herbal tea infusion etc
Known mostly for beauty in the garden and as a floral declaration of love, roses don’t usually come to mind when we think of either food or nutrition.
Yet, all parts of the rose, and especially the hips, are storehouses of Vitamin C and other important nutrients.
Compare the nutritional content of oranges to rose hips and you will find that rose hips contain 25 percent more iron, 20 to 40 percent more Vitamin C (depending upon variety), 25 times the Vitamin A, and 28 percent more calcium.
In addition, rose hips are a rich source of bioflavanoids, pectin, Vitamin E, selenium, manganese, and the B-complex vitamins.
Rose hips also contain trace amounts of magnesium, potassium, sulfur and silicon.
Use 1 teaspoon per cup of Rosehips.(2g)
Place in pot, add boiling water (for however many cups required.
Allow to stand for 5- 8 minutes, Strain and pour into cups.
You may add a sweetener if required, though we prefer mine as it is.
We also sell this in teabag form, should you prefer the convenience of teabags?