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Introduction

Rosehips are an accessory type of fruit and they are usually characterized by an orange or red color and in most cases they seem a bit swollen. Rosehips are pomaceous fruits of the rose plant and in certain species they can even be black or dark purple in color. They provide extraordinary amounts of energy to the human body since they are abundant in vitamin C. rosehips contain much more vitamin C than all the other species of citrus fruits. A tea can be made from rosehips and it has a very delicious taste and refreshing properties.

Rosehip tea contains no caffeine at all and it is characterized by a tart and tangy taste which provides the aforementioned refreshing qualities. Some compare its taste to that of an unsweetened cranberry juice. Rosehip tea is an excellent source of vitamin E, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin A, vitamin P, and vitamin K.

It is also abundant in calcium, pectin, potassium, iron and certain other essential minerals. Rosehip tea is also very beneficial because it provides the human body with the much needed rutin, carotenoids and bioflavonoids which have very potent antioxidant properties. In short, the rosehip tea provides numerous nutritional and health benefits.

Nutritional and Health Benefits

Rosehip tea is very popular because of its very potent antioxidant, antiviral, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also very helpful in slowing the process of aging and healing the cells and tissues in the human body. Free radicals cause much damage to the human body, but the rosehip tea reduces it to a minimum and it also regenerates and tones the damaged cells and organs. Certain substances that are commonly found in the rosehip tea are very efficient in preventing cardiac problems and cancer.

The rosehip tea has very potent tonic properties and that is way it refreshes and invigorates a person and provides extraordinary levels of energy. The essential nutrients which the rosehip tea is abundant in are also very helpful in boosting the overall health and immunity. The tea is very rich in vitamins so it ensures longevity and vitality and prevents various viral infections and colds. It is very beneficial for the treatment of mucous congestions, minor infections, stress, bronchitis, diarrhea, allergies, nausea, cramps, asthma, dizziness and headache and it also regulates the balance of hormones, circulation and skin hydration.

The rosehip tea is also very efficient in relieving constipation, lowering the levels of bad cholesterol in the blood, strengthening the capillaries and fighting dysentery.

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