Benefits: Packed with vitamins C, E, & K, rosehips are used to help prevent and treat infections such as bladder, kidney, respiratory, and sinus infections, as well as colds and flus. Rosehips aid in reducing inflammation associated with autoimmune conditions, they can ease the digestive tract, have an affinity for women’s reproductive health, and can also support the thymus gland.
To prepare as a tea: For the most therapeutic effect, we recommend making a decoction. Put 1 tbsp of tea in a small sauce pan. Cover the tea with 1 cup of water. Slowly heat to a simmer (be careful not to boil), cover for 10-30 minutes, then strain. You can initially put the tea in a tea strainer or filter, or put them straight into the pot and strain the tea afterwards. Can also be prepared as an infusion: Fill tea strainer or filter with 1 tbsp tea and place in a mug. Pour boiling water over tea until mug is full. Cover and steep 10-15 minutes; however, the effects might be less than that of a decoction. TIP: Dried rosehips are also yummy to snack on!
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