Strange name huh? Well, there's nothing strange about the benefits this fruit provides. In the blossom of the wild rose plant, one will find this jewel. Rose Hips are commonly found in teas, but also available in supplemental and powdered forms, rich in Vitamin C, E, beta carotene, and lycopene. It is also believed Rose Hips are beneficial in addressing gastrointestinal and inflammatory symptoms--do you see a common theme here?... the ingredients used in elderberry syrup are multifaceted, geared towards addressing a myriad of mild health concerns.
In addition to strengthening the immune system, Rose Hips also is known to provide the following benefits:
- arthritis relief
- back pain relief
- constipation relief
- addressing issues with diabetes
- relief with gallstones
- relief with urinary tract infections
- heart health
Some drug interactions are known to occur with Rose Hips, so before beginning any new dietary regime, talk to your primary care doctor to discuss possible interactions and side effects.