Rose Hips - Cut, Organic

Herbs: Rose Hips - Cut, Organic

Common Name: Rose hips
Latin Name: Rosa canina
Origin: Chile

Rose hips are the dried fruit of roses. They contain a good deal of vitamin C and vitamin C complex. Rose hips are especially good for stress and fighting infections. Rose Hips also have bioflavonoid which affects the heart and circulatory system, particularly strengthening the capillaries.


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Great addition to vitamin tea!
by Rachel G. on Oct 11, 2014

I love the quality of your herbs,and your Rose Hips are no exception :)
I often grind these up in an old Krupps brand coffee grinder I inherited from my parents.It works great. I add these along with some ground fennel seed and bee pollen to my smoothies.
I also love to throw a few of these into my Tea Strainer Basket that I purchased from BHS, along with Oatstraw, Lemon Balm, Spearmint, Alfalfa, Crumbled Ceylon Cinnamon Bark and a little licorice root to sweeten.It makes a great tea! I love the Vitamin C boost :)

Product inquiry
by Misty on Mar 30, 2014

I was uncertain which Rose Hips to purchase. I ordered and have received these. Now that I am further reading...can these be used for tea? Should they be processed in some way (if bake to do so) or used as is. I would like to make ASAP as so for pregnancy related <3

    Re: Product inquiry
    by Bulk Herb Store on Apr 1, 2014

    Hello,
    You can definitely use these as is! Just add them to a tea blend you like, or make a tea out of them exclusively, you're good either way! Thanks!

safe for kids of all ages
by Katonna on Oct 4, 2013

I came across a elderberry syrup recipe with rose hips in it..I'm assuming for the vitamin c..and bc you can use it as often as you want unlike Echinacea from what I'm reading on your site..my question is it safe for children..infant on up..and while pregnant or nursing

    Re: safe for kids of all ages
    by Bulk Herb Store on Oct 7, 2013

    Hello,
    Yes, you can take rose hips while pregnant an nursing and give to children as well. You would need to research the amount of vitamin C per serving in rose hips. They are high in vitamin C so it a great natural way to get it! Thanks!

Rose Hips in Smoothies
by lynda on May 27, 2013

I make my morning protein smoothie with a variety of ingredients, varying my drink so it doesn't get boring. I add some rose hips in to boost the Vitamin C. It goes really well with frozen cherries.

Cut Rose Hips
by Sandy Phillips on Jan 25, 2013

If I want to take the rosť hips in a capsule, would I put the cut rose hips in a blender or food processer and make a powder before encapsulating?

    Re: Cut Rose Hips
    by Bulk Herb Store on Apr 2, 2013

    Yes, you can try either a blender/food processor or coffee grinder!

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