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Rosa Canina Extract

Botanical Name : Rosa Canina Extract
Common Name : Rosehip Exrtact
Assay : 10% Polyphenols by UV
Product Usage : Anti-oxidant, Useful in Arthritis

Description :

Rosa canina, also known as the Rosehip, Rose Heps, Burr, Camellia, Chestnut, French, and Virginia roses, is a species of wild rose that is indigenous to several parts of Europe, Africa, and Asia. The fruits that often form after the bloom has faded are used to make rosehips. Many cultures flavor soups, drinks, and sweets with rosehip. For instance, rosehip soup like nyponsoppa is a traditional Swedish meal, while rosehip tea is a preferred beverage in Europe. And finally, this fruit is often used to make jams and marmalades throughout the Middle East. Lycopene and beta carotene, two carotenoid pigments, are responsible for the reddish-orange hue of rose hips. It has been demonstrated that these pigments support healthy skin and eyes.

They are also abundant in disease-fighting compounds. antioxidants such vitamin C, quercetin, and ellagic acid, as well as polyphenols, anthocynins, and antioxidants like vitamin E. Consuming foods high in these substances can help your body experience less inflammation and oxidative stress. Additionally, the vitamin C found in rosehips is essential for collagen formation and immune system health. The anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving qualities of rose hips have been utilized in traditional and folk medicine for millennia to treat rheumatism and osteoarthritis. Rosehip oil is a popular anti-aging product in the beauty industry, but there isn't much evidence to back it up. The polyunsaturated fats included in rosehip seeds are important for maintaining a healthy skin membrane and shielding your skin from inflammatory substances including ultraviolet (UV) radiation, cigarette smoke, and pollution.

According to a recent analysis, taking rosehip extract supplements may help reduce oxidative stress and joint inflammation, which are two signs of osteoarthritis. Research has been done on rose hips as a potential fat-loss help. In a clinical trial, a daily dose of a rosehip extract pill dramatically reduced belly fat compared to the control group. The powerful antioxidant tiliroside, which may speed up fat metabolism, was credited by the researcher with having this impact. Rose hip consumption may improve heart health by reducing blood pressure and cholesterol. In addition to protecting adrenal function, rosehip also aids in the treatment of headaches and vertigo. Rosehip tea is used during menstruation to replace lost iron since rosehip is said to contain a lot of iron.



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