Dog Rose (Rosa Canina) is perennial deciduous bush, a kind of rose that is native to Europe, northwest Africa, and western Asia. It is natural cleanser of the organism and mild laxative due to the presence of fruity acid. His fruits (Rosehips) are used for making tea, syrups and marmalade.
In this article we will present use of tea from rosehips, for treatment of many health problems.
The positive benefits of this fruits, stem from the richness of vitamin C and lycopene, a powerful antioxidant that successfully reduces high cholesterol. For those with hypertension, this tea is the right choice because it effectively reduces blood pressure. In order to get to normal values, it is necessary to drink three cups of tea every day.
It relieves inflammatory processes, so it is also recommended, as an adjunct for healing osteoarthritis. Is reduces pain and stiffness, which facilitates mobility, while some experts claim that it helps to restore cartilage. It improves the liver and gallbladder activity, and also is recommended for detoxification of the liver.
Vitamin C in combination with other useful ingredients in the rosehips is easy absorbed into a gastrointestinal tract. They is removes various abdominal pains such as cramping, diarrhea, constipation and other digestive problems.
This fruits, act as a diuretic, so is useful to use from those with rheumatism, kidney stones and problems with urination. It has a high amount of folic acid and Vitamin A and E, and from minerals, contains potassium.
Due to the presence of antioxidants helps prevent oxidative processes, which is unfolding and are harmful to the body. If it is regularly consumed, contributes to the healthy appearance of hair, skin and nails. To a certain extent, it complements the lack of iron in the body. Also, is essential for the healthy structure of teeth, gums and bones.
Rosehip tea is recommended especially in autumn, when weather is changing and the colds are most common, because is easily reduces temperature. It is also strengthens immunity, and therefore the organism.