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Monday 5 September 2011

Bay rose hip - it treats what?

Very rich in vitamin C - all things considered, the bay would be 20 times richer in this vitamin than an orange - it has been used to fight infections, particularly influenza. It is said that during the Second World War, the British and the Scandinavians were completely deprived of citrus and they intended solely jam rosehips as a source of vitamin C.

Probably for the same reasons, the rose hips were used to treat fatigue and asthenia. He was taken with 2 tablespoons of dried pulp and reduced into pieces that were made brew in one liter of cold water (or 2-5 g per cup of water), bring to a boil, and filtered drinking. It was also used as an astringent to fight diarrhea, dysentery, leucorrhoea and bleeding.

1 comment:

  1. Whatever they are, they looks beautiful and delicious. What are they called in India (in any Indian language)if they are indeed available here?


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