Rosehip is a shrub known for its beneficial properties for a very long time. Since ancient times, our ancestors have used this plant in the form of various decoctions, infusions, tea, syrup. Currently, rosehip syrup is a very affordable, reliable means of preventing and treating many diseases.
Rosehip fruits contain a whole storehouse of minerals and vitamins important for humans. They contain a lot of iron, carotene, potassium, phosphorus, manganese, magnesium, as well as antioxidants, tannins, phytoncides and organic acids. Regular use of rose hips increases the body's resistance to infections, has a general strengthening effect, enhances the process of tissue repair, reduces vascular permeability, and helps in carbohydrate metabolism. In addition, rose hips are an excellent anti-inflammatory and choleretic agent.
Rosehip is the record holder for the content of the much-needed vitamin C, especially during periods of seasonal surge of colds. In its quantity, rosehip fruits significantly exceed lemon, orange and black currant. In addition, rosehip syrup has a very pleasant taste and light aroma. As a rule, children drink it with great pleasure, not perceiving it as a medicine.
When using this unique multivitamin product, the dosage must be strictly observed. Children from 2 to 3 years old are recommended to drink half a teaspoon a day, children from 3 to 6 years old - one teaspoon once a day, children aged 6 to 12 years old - one dessert spoon two or three times a day. Adults are prescribed two or three tablespoons three times a day. The dosage is set by the doctor, depending on the nature of the disease and the personal characteristics of the patient.
Like all medicines and prophylactic drugs, rosehip syrup has contraindications. It is used with caution in patients with diabetes mellitus (due to the high sugar content in the preparation), with bronchial asthma, stomach and duodenal ulcers during an exacerbation, during pregnancy and during lactation.