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There are many health and food applications of rose hips, including herbal tea, jams and jellies, supplements for horses and applied to stretch mark creams as its naturally rich in antioxidants and fatty acids which have skin benefits.Contact Us
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Frequently Asked Questions
You can use whole rose hips to create tea and a multitude of other food products, including soup, jellies and jams.
Rose hip is known to be naturally high in antioxidants, meaning it can help support the immune system, reduce joint pain, improve skin health and protect against diseases. The process of drying and storing this botanical means much of its vitamin power is lost. However, healthcare remedies using rose hip can be fortified with additional vitamin C to counter this.
Our rosehips are sourced from locations in Europe, such as Albania.