Rosehip

    60 x 2000mg Capsules
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    Rosehip Benefits

    Rich in essential fatty acids, Vitamin E, Vitamin D, Vitamin C, and Vitamin A rosehips supplements are superior ingredients for arthritic joints. Rosehips are the seed pods of the rose plant which we all have seen in the countryside which has been used for many years by people with the most popular rosehip tea, rosehip oil and rosehip syrup.

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    • Rosehip Capsules (2000mg)
    • Rosehip extract, bulking agent (cellulose), shell (bovine gelatin, natural colourant (titanium dioxide)), anti-caking agent (magnesium stearate).
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    Dose: 1 to 2 capsules per day


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    Rosehip Scientific Research

    In the good ol’ times, Rosehip went by the name of ‘Haw’ in the Persian markets. It was only in the year 1930 when the pharmacological aspect of this fruit came into being. To boost the vigor of the troops, the rosehips were gathered from the bushes and turned into syrup during World War II. Rosehip extract is rich in ascorbic acid. And with the flavour being much of a nothing to complain, the crowd has a tendency to accept it as the tastiest form of Vitamin C. Complimenting the use of Vitamin C, are the flavonoids that are just bidding on getting rid of the impure scales that lather the skin every time a person gets exposed to the lethal form of pollutants in the air.

    The very complicit presence of serum C reactive protein in the blood is an indication of inflammation. While scientists urge for a lot of ways to deal with this release, there are studies that focus on the easiest way of dealing with it - Change of habits and dietary regulation. The long-term presence of serum C reactive protein in the body causes the peripheral blood neutrophils to undergo chemotaxis. Rosehip extracts work completely against the process of chemotaxis. By letting the neutrophils off the hook, they make sure that the neutrophils can join the other form of blood cells in pursuing their regular line of work in the body. Erythrocytes or the red blood cells are capable of renewing the lost girth of the rawness of the basic cells of every organ every day. However, when the oxidative stress strikes in the form of radiation, pesticides, and pollutants, they aren’t able to do so. There would be a huge lot of flavonoids required to deal with such a situation. While foods do come as an obvious source of rescue mind, they certainly might not be of much help if they were of the GMO kind.