Rosehip has a large amount of vitamin C, vitamin B, P, K, vitamin A, sodium, tannins, flavonoids, citric and malic acid, pectin, sugar and essential oils.

Rose hips or wild roses have been known in folk medicine since ancient times.

Ranked among the most precious plants because it abounds with large amounts of vitamins, minerals, organic acids and other biologically active substances.

Rosehip has a large amount of vitamin C, vitamin B, P, K, vitamin A, sodium, tannins, flavonoids, citric and malic acid, pectin, sugar and essential oils.

It is best to be harvested in September and October on the beautiful and dry weather, and is used fresh or dried. Overripe and unripe Rosehip contain much less useful substances, and therefore should be harvested exclusively hard rose hips.

The fruit contains carbohydrates, protein and fiber, and is known to improve the immune system, cleans the kidneys and stimulates the urination, helps with pain in the stomach to stop internal bleeding and reduces bleeding menstrual cycle, also helps with vitamin deficiencies, improves circulation and purifies blood. Beverage of this fruit is especially recommended for nursing mothers because the milk gets vitamin C and makes the baby more healthier. Rosehip is beneficial in case of gastritis, diarrhea, particularly as a preventive measure in the treatment of deficiency disease. Is recommended to the people who are prone to sand in the kidney, to drink rosehip tea. This healing fruit reduces fatigue and malaise. Has a beneficial effect on the digestive organs, promotes urination, prevents the formation of kidney stones and urinary tract. It is used in inflammatory processes of the kidneys and bladder, but it can help in the treatment of hemorrhoids, diarrhea and stomach cramps.

Rose hip tea, from which the seeds are not removed, or tea only from seeds (75 g for 1.2 liters of water) is an excellent tool to ease pain and helps with sand and stones in the gall bladder. Well washed and then dried fruits and seeds should be chopped and then placed in cold water to stay a few hours, then should be cooked in the same water for about 45 minutes. Then add a little honey, cinnamon, milk and a few bitter almonds, until it boil again – is obtained aromatic, very tasty tea, which is recommended for older people as it provides extra power. You can prepare a tea of washed and dried seeds, which is a remedy for fever, intestinal catarrh, urinary disease, whooping cough.