[HERB] Rose Hips

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Scientific name: Rosa

It is a flower of the rose family that is common all over the world. The rose bushes count more than 200 species, species, bushes or perennial, thorny climbers; And is common in dozens of different colors and shades. The flowering of the rose is in May and August, after flowering produces flower bulbs that are actually ovary and where there are seeds. After peeling the ovary, use the red peel.

Culinary uses: 
Commonly used mainly for infusions, they are an important component in a variety of infusions of the farm through spices - brewing berries, lychee peach juice, cranberry infusion and more. 

Other uses:
Violet roses such as contraction, gas soothing and soothing.
The rose bulbs are rich in vitamin C, antioxidants and vitamins, and are therefore recommended mainly for winter, strengthening the immune system, the flu and the common cold.

How to use:
Add 1 tablespoon rose bulbs to a glass of hot water, wait a few minutes, filter and drink. The pink bulbs soften with warm water and those who love can eat.

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