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 Rose

Rosa spp.

Common Uses

Rosehips

Infusions

Decoctions

Syrups

Jellies & Jams

Flower Heads

Infusion

Tincture

Ointments

Topical Washes

Mouthwash

Gargle

Potential Actions

Rose Hips

Nutritive

Supports Longevity of Cells

Supports Skin Youthfullness

Flower Heads

Calms Inflamation & Infection

Heals Tissues

Relieves Irritability

Promotes Rest

Improves & Soothes Digestion

Influences Hormones

Female Tonic

Heart Strengthening

Uplifting

Cautions

None Known

Use caution in pregnancy

Usually Contains

Rosehips

Vitamin C

 

Lycopene

 

Carotenoids

 

Polyphenols

 

Flavanoids

 

Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids
 

Flower Heads

Volatile Oils 

Quercitin

Enzymes

Terpenes

Anthocyanins

Bitters