From rosehip shells without seeds and rosehip hair, a vitamin-rich, pleasantly fresh, slightly sour, thirst-quenching tea can be produced. It has an invigorating effect, and strengthens the immune system.
Rosehips are rich in vitamins (vitamins C, A, B1 and B2) and rich in vegetable acids, carotenoids and pectides.
Preparation of rosehip tea:
Pour four to five heaping tablespoons of rosehip peel with one liter of boiling water. Pull the rosehip tea for at least ten minutes before it can be drunk. The fruit is quite resistant. Its vitamin content is not destroyed by cooking and lingers after overbrewing for several hours.
Origin: Argentina. Controlled quality.
Good for colds along with elderflower or lime blossom tea to prepare. The rich vitamin C, the defenses of the body's immune system can be increased.
Our teas contain no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives!
Please note: The use is not intended for the elimination or alleviation of diseases, ailments or pathological complaints. The information given here comes from natural medicine, based on tradition of folk medicine or many years of experience. Under no circumstances should this information replace a consultation with a doctor. If you have any questions, please contact your doctor or alternative practitioner.