The rose hip or rosehip, additionally referred to as rose haw and rose hep, is the accessory fruit of the rose plant.It is commonly red to orange, however ranges from dark red to black in some species. Rose hips start to form after successful pollination of flowers in spring or early summer, and ripen in late summer time thru autumn.
Rose Hips Key points;
A rose hip is the edible fruit of a rose plant and they appear on rose plants after the flowers bloom.
They are impressively rich in important nutrients like vitamin C, beta carotene, manganese, vitamin k and vitamin E.
They’re additionally rich in useful phytochemicals like flavonoids and phenols.
Rose hips are best picked after the first frost of fall and can be used to make tea and other rose hip recipes.
Possible Rose Hip benefits;
Boosting the immune system,
Improving arthritis symptoms,
Decreasing signs of aging like crow’s feet,
Possibly acting as a natural anti-cancer substance, mainly in triple negative breast cancer, and
reducing body fats and body weight in pre-obese people