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Rosehip Powder (Fruit)

    Rosehip Powder (Fruit)

    R 174.90
    • Barcode: 0000000098
    Description

    Rose Hip Powder is the dried, powderised fruit of Rose Rugosa, sustainably harvested from wild growing plants in Lesotho. This powder can be used in herbal teas, jams, jellies, syrups, soup, beverages, pies.... or used as a face scrub or mask.

    Benefits

    • Rosehips are packed full of vitamin C, E and B, and other antioxidants and minerals. They also contain a substance that fights inflammation
    • Lower blood sugar levels and help treat diabetes
    • Lower cholesterol
    • Lower blood pressure
    • Reverse obesity related to a high-fat diet
     

    Uses

    • Usually, you place 2 to 2.5 grams of rosehip powder in 150 milliliters of boiling water, and drink it as a tea. However, some studies have mixed the powder into apple juice.
    • Add 1 teaspoon of rosehip powder to a smoothie - blend with 1 banana, 1 apple, 1 orange and a bit of ginger. Can be used as sunscreen
    • Put a teaspoon in a glass with warm water and add lemon juice - this will make powerful drink full of vitamins and antioxidants
    • Sprinkle a teaspoon of rosehip powder over white, or any of your favourite yoghurt and add berries on the top
    • Enrich your healthy breakfast cereal, muesli, or oatmeal with rosehip powder for extra flavour and nutrition
    • Add some goodness to your ice cream
    • You can use it in raw cakes and desserts such as these truffles - the recipe is coming soon
     
    Storage: Keep in a cool dry place, with no direct sunlight. Store in a dry cupboard in a dry container.
     

    Cautions

     
    Keep out of reach of children. Avoid During Pregnancy And Breastfeeding.
    Use caution when using this supplement if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. There are no studies to determine if such use is safe.