Rose hips are the fruit of the rose plant. They are know as the one of the highest sources of vitamin C, containing 50% more vitamin C than oranges. They are also rich in Vitamin A, D, E, iron, flavonoids, and lycopene. They are great to use in cosmetics because of they help to regenerate new skin cells and increase the elasticity of the skin which can not only help prevent wrinkles but also reduce existing ones. Rose Hips have also been used in calling good spirits when seeking their aid and for bringing good luck. 2 oz. whole.
Rosa canina, Wild Boar Fruit, Apothecary Rose, Cynorhodon, Cynorhodons, Cynosbatos, Dog Rose, Rosier de Provence, Dog Rose Hips
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Rose hips contain a very high vitamin C content which can affect how fast your body absorbs or gets rid of other minerals or compounds. Rose hips may interact with aspirin, warfarin, lithium, proloxin, and estrogens.
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