Rosehips are a valuable food and treatment product with unique properties. Rosehip tea is necessary for everyone almost every day, since it carries the substances and vitamins that the body needs constantly, especially in the age of stress and the abundance of harmful substances in the environment.
Rosehip belongs to valuable medicinal plants, in which all parts: leaves, flowers, roots, stem, fruits, seeds - have a healing effect. Rosehip fruits are especially common in the treatment.
Indications for the use of rose hips
Rose hips are used for the preparation of extracts, decoctions, infusions, syrups. They are included in various herbal collections, are used in cosmetology, and are a valuable nutritious product.
Rosehip is widely used for the prevention and treatment of:
- beriberi, stimulation of the body's immune forces;
- in the treatment of diseases accompanied by bleeding (gums, hemorrhagic diathesis, etc.);
- with bone fractures, sluggish healing wounds;
- with anemia, physical weakness, after undergoing operations, with frequent illnesses in children;
- with atherosclerosis, with the strengthening of capillaries and blood vessels, with various hemorrhages;
- with pulmonary inflammation, colds, flu;
- with dermatoses, bedsores, non-healing trophic ulcers;
- as an effective natural choleretic agent for various diseases of the gallbladder and liver.
It has been proven that due to the unique chemical composition, rose hips have a beneficial effect on the nervous system, on the functioning of all organs of the gastrointestinal tract, and on metabolic processes.
In folk medicine, almost all liver ailments are treated with rosehip berries. An infusion of pitted fruits, a decoction of seeds or a decoction of roots are able to dissolve all kinds of stones in the body. A rosehip infusion is used in the treatment of diabetes mellitus. The infusion prepared in milk is used in the treatment of leukemia.
Rosehip recipe for treatment
Pharmaceutical companies always accompany packaged Rosehip fruit preparations with instructions for use.
But there is a popular, simplest recipe. It is best to use a thermos to prepare it. A full tablespoon of fruits is poured with a glass of boiling water and left in a closed thermos for at least 2-3 hours. Then the infusion is filtered from the fruits, the fruits are also squeezed out. Take half a glass 2-3 times before meals.
Vitamin tea is also prepared, in which you can add the fruits of mountain ash, hawthorn. The resulting extract (brew) is diluted with boiled water and drunk as a tea drink. Rosehip tea is beneficial and beneficial to everyone, especially children, the elderly and often sick people, it has no negative side effects. The concentration of the infusion, decoction can be different, and the dose of admission has no particular restrictions, but still you should not excessively increase the dosage, but use rose hips within reasonable limits.
Contraindications to the use of rose hips
Infusions, decoctions of rose hips should be used with caution for people with sensitive teeth and delicate tooth enamel. It should be remembered that long-term use can be harmful: the rosehip makes the blood thicker, which is important for certain diseases of the blood and blood vessels.
How much do rose hips cost in pharmacies
The price of dried rose hips in a cardboard package of 50 g ranges from 60 to 81 rubles in the retail network of Russia. A package of 100 g costs 90-150 rubles.
For 20 filter bags of 1, 5 g of crushed rose hips, you need to pay at least 79 rubles.