Just one ounce of concentrated Rosehip Tea contains approximately the equivalent amount of Vitamin C you'd find in a dozen oranges! In addition, Rosehip Tea contains many other vitamins and minerals and have been used for centuries in medicine to reduce inflammation and boost the immune system.
Rosehips are reddish-orange fruits that grow on the rose plant after the petals fall off. You can often find them growing wild in fields, hedgerows, and even forests.
Rosehip tea is becoming popular in cafes and restaurants because it has a unique, tangy taste and has health benefits too. Also, since it doesn't have caffeine, it's an excellent choice for people who want a warm, refreshing, and caffeine-free healthy drink.
How to Make the Best Rosehip Tea
- Crush up one teaspoon of rosehip and put it in a teapot or an infuser.
- Bring the water to 100 degrees Celsius and pour it over the crushed rosehips.
- Give it 6 to 8 minutes (or longer if preferred)
- Pour the strained tea into a cup and serve.
Commonly used as a base for herb and fruit infusions, Rose hips blend well producing a lively cup when mixed with hibiscus petals and dried fruits.
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- Luxury natural dried rose hip
- Black Forest Region, Germany. Grown: Below 2000 ft above sea level
- 1st Grade, dried and sorted.
- Sweet pear notes
- Tending pink with light rosy notes.
- Mild and fruity with a slight tangy taste.
- WELL BEING:
- WELL BEING:
- Slightly Tangy
- Light Bodied
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