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Rose Hip Soup Recipe – An Anti-Aging Recipe by Carolin K. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 28 Jul 2010 4:11am 1 Comment Thanks for visiting! This soup is a pure antioxidant bomb. Rose hips are one of the best plant sources of vitamin C and the almonds add the vitamin E you need to keep biological age young. Wild roses can be found all over the word so the best thing you can do is get ou ... Read on »
Rose Hip Butter by Danielle Charles-Davies Posted Fri 01 Jul 2011 1:29pm « A little more about sugar and why not to eat it A Time for Apples, Squash and Gratitude » September 11, 2009 by Danielle Charles This past weekend, my sweetheart and I hopped in the car and drove to the beautiful Maine coast for a few days awa ... Read on »
Rose Hips Improved Patients Knee, Hip Osteoarthritis by awesome Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 07 Jan 2010 6:00am Rose hips (or rosehips) are the bright red fruit of the rosa canina, or wild rose bush. The rosa canina, or Dog Rose, is a scrambling rose species which is native to western Asia, northwest Africa and Europe. It has been used to make syrup, herbal tea and marmalade and is used in dietary supplements. contain vitamins A, D and E, essential fatt ... Read on »
Rose Hip Tea by Shanna O. Posted Wed 08 Jul 2009 11:44am Rose hip tea is an excellent source of Vitamin C.  When I had gum problems I drank lots of rose hip infusions.  This is a natural way to get your Vitamin C without taking a lot of pills.  You can even mix it with other teas or infusions. Roses were used by American Indians for a number of ailments such as mouth sores, fever sores, blisters, di ... Read on »
Rose Hip Extract Aids Cardiovascular Health by A4M Posted Wed 04 Jan 2012 10:16pm Posted on 2012-01-03 06:00:01 in Cardio-Vascular | Functional Foods | Weight and Obesity | As a follow-up to a study that showed tha ... Read on »
Friday Fruits: Rose Hips by Ruth K. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 6:13pm I walked a trail this week that had many wild rose bushes growing on either side of the dirt path. They were covered in bright red rose hips and a group of robins was huddled beneath them to get protection from the strong, cold wind off the lake. Cedar Waxwings and Thrushes do eat these wild fruits so perhaps the robins were feeding on them as ... Read on »
What Is Rose Hip Oil & TamuSkin Good For? & Hola From Peru!! by Fran K. Patient Expert Posted Mon 15 Aug 2011 1:45pm I’ve had some requests to talk a little about two products that turned up in the High on Health store a short while ago. They’re TamuSkin and Rose Hip oil – two beautiful raw, healing ingredients that are wonderful additions to your skin care. But first, here is a very short video I created from Peru to say hello to you all. They have to be ... Read on »
What’s Wrong With My Rose Hip Oil? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Sat 12 May 2012 2:01am Beccertron begs to know… I’ve been using 100% rose hip oil for some years now, and I’m interested in finding out the cause behind the formation of crystals around the neck of the bottle. The Right Brain responds (with a little help): As the name implies, rose hip oil comes from the seeds of certain varieties of rose bushes. In ... Read on »
Our 5 Favorite Rose Hip Recipes by BerryRipe Posted Tue 16 Sep 2014 7:39pm Rose hips have received a revival in recent years as people rediscover the vibrant red berries packed with vitamin C. While many blogs discuss the myriad health benefits of rose hips, we simply love their bright color and unique taste. Here are our favorite dishes and recipes that use rose hips as a main flavor. Rose Hip ... Read on »
ROSE HIP FOR OSTEOARTHRITIS SUFFERERS... by Barmac Posted Wed 12 Jan 2011 4:25pm A recent study has shown that eight out of ten osteoarthritis sufferers experienced less pain and stiffness after they took a wild rose hip preparation rich in compound called GOPO which is available from superdrug, pharmacies and leath food stores. Read on »