Rose hips are a lasting plant with prickly branches that offer approach to pink and white blossoms and red organic products, called “hips.” These rose hips are the ready ovaries or seeded product of roses framing on branches after the bloom. They are oval fit as a fiddle and seem meaty, contracted, and wrinkled. Inside the hips are 3 or all the more little yellow-chestnut seeds. R. canina is local to Europe, North Africa, and mild regions of Asia. The organic products (hips) are picked in pre-winter and utilized restoratively.
Once utilized as a society solution for mid-section afflictions, R. canina hips were prominent in the Middle Ages. They are a characteristic wellspring of vitamin C, which has prompted their far reaching use in common vitamin supplements, teas, and different arrangements including soups and preserves. Despite the fact that these items have been utilized verifiably as nourishing supplements, they likewise have been utilized as gentle intestinal medicines and diuretics. Rose hip syrup was utilized as a sustaining drink for kids and to flavor teas and jams.
Crisp rose hips contain 0.5 to 1.7% vitamin C. Notwithstanding, the vitamin C substance of dried, economically accessible rose hips items changes impressively. While a few records recommend that rose hips are the wealthiest characteristic wellspring of vitamin C, various more focused sources have been recognized. Citrus natural products contain roughly 50 mg vitamin C for every 100 g; uncooked broccoli, kale, and kiwi organic product, around 100 mg; dark currants, guavas, and some tropical vegetables, 200 to 300 mg; rose hips (Rosa canina), 1,250 mg; acerola or Barbados cherry (Malpighia punicifolia), 1,000 to 2,330 mg; and Terminalia ferdinandiana, up to 3,150 mg. Notwithstanding vitamin C, rose hips additionally contain vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, and K. Different fixings incorporate pectin, tannins, flavonoids, carotenoids, and an assortment of minor segments.
In steady treatment for instances of vitamin lack, utilization of rose hips for vitamin C is normal. Since a lot of the common vitamin C in rose hips might be wrecked amid drying and preparing, numerous “characteristic vitamin supplements” have some type of vitamin C added to them. One must read the mark precisely to figure out what extent of the vitamin C is gotten from rose hips versus different sources. This data, be that as it may, is not generally accessible on the bundle name but rather, when naturally devoured, rose hips have greatly abnormal amounts of vitamins in a structure promptly consumed by the body.