High Vitamin C Content
Chlorine Free Teabags
Rosehips are the pods that form at the base of the rose flower, so don't get confused with rose petals or leaves. Sometimes they are called rose haws as well. Many varieties of roses form hips, particularly wild roses (Rosa rugosa). Within the little red-orange globe are the rose seeds.
From a health perspective, they are best known for their high content of vitamin C. There is approximately 1,700 mg of C in 100 gm of dried rosehip. That's a heck of a lot more than what's in an orange.
Excellent source of vitamin C
Also contain vitamins A, D and E, and flavinoids (antioxidants)
Prevents bladder infections
Ease headaches and dizziness