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Rose hips develop on wild rose bushes as the pink flower petals drop off in early summer, and they ripen throughout the summer months. The rose hip, also known as "hip berry", is actually the fruit of the rose. Nutritionally, rose hips are most commonly known for their high concentration of vitamin C, making rose hip an incredible immune booster and wellness ingredient. Additionally, rose hips are found to be anti-inflammatory and supportive of healthy bones and joints. Rose hips also contain vitamins A, D, and E, flavonoids, and iron.

Organic Rosehip Powder can be found in the Weeds & Seeds™ Wild Berry blend! 



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