🌹 rose hips 🌹
promotes skin health & alleviates inflammation
Rose hips are commonly harvested during the Fall and Winter. They are bright red, making them easy to forage and find. If you grow your own roses in your garden, don’t deadhead the flowers once they’ve died off. The base of the flower is what turns to a rosehip this time of year! They symbolize luck, fortune and self love, and we like to think that their healing properties are a bit magical. They contain a variety of antioxidants including vitamins A and C.
Rose hips also have a delicious tangy hibiscus taste and when used in tea. they add the perfect amount of citrus flavor and sweetness.
1. Studies show that regular consumption of rose hips is associated with a reduction in arthritic pain, stiffness, and inflammation. More rose hips = more of that springy, youthful mobility, and energy.
2. Rose hips are rich in lycopene and beta carotene, which promote skin health and improve eyesight.
3. Rose hips have the potent antioxidant, tiliroside, which can help improve the metabolization of fat.
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