Wild rose is a unique plant not only because of its decorative qualities. Its pseudo-fruits are a real treasure of well-absorbed vitamin C. Even 3 pieces can cover the daily requirement for this compound. Other ingredients include carotenoids – improving skin tone, pectins – helping to lower blood cholesterol, as well as vitamins E and K and B vitamins.
Research shows that, thanks to the galactolipid content, wild rose has anti-inflammatory properties. It is used for a sore throat or indigestion. The plant is also appreciated by people suffering from atherosclerosis due to the flavonoids contained in it that reduce the reactivated oxygen from the blood. In addition, flavonoids also exhibit antioxidant properties.
Our product is a combination of 99.95% rosehip juice (Rosa canina) and vitamin C, thanks to which it supports your immunity even better! In addition, vitamin C supports the work of the nervous system, protects cells against oxidative stress and the proper production of collagen. It also helps to reduce the feeling of fatigue!
The preparation is recommended for children over 6 years of age and adults as a supplement to the daily diet with vitamin C.
Children over 6 years of age and adults: 60 ml (4 tablespoons – a tablespoon equals 15 ml) per day.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Dietary supplements cannot be used as a substitute (replacement) for a varied diet. Maintaining proper health requires a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
60 ml of rosehip juice and 18 mg of vitamin C (22.5% of the reference intake values).
Do not use in people with a predisposition to the formation of kidney stones or suffering from kidney stones.
Pasteurized rosehip juice (Rosa canina) – 99.95%, L-ascorbic acid (vitamin C).
The product may slightly differ in color and taste depending on the batch. A natural precipitate may form. Shake well before consumption.
Store at room temperature. After opening, keep in the refrigerator for no longer than 14 days. Dietary supplements should be stored out of the reach of small children.