Rosehips have long been used as a traditional medicine to cure a variety of ailments and are commonly found in various varieties of hot tea.* The anti-inflammatory and antioxidant characteristics of Roships are attributed to a particular “galactolipid” contained within the plant.
Several studies have shown that the phytochemicals in Rosehips may have a beneficial impact on wrinkles (crow’s feet), arthritis, and diabetes (via reducing abdominal fat).*
Food Sources: Wild Rose Bush
Benefits*: Anti-inflammatory, Antioxidant, Healthy Immune System, Anti-Aging*
Works Best With*: Vitamin C