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Is a form of
- Rosehip Extract 100mg (20:1) equivalent to 2000mg,
- Magnesium Stearate,
- Titanium Dioxide.
Take one to three capsules daily with food
If you are pregnant or lactating, taking medication or under medical supervision, please consult your GP or medical professional before taking supplements. Do not exceed recommended dose. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Store is a cool dry place. Keep out of reach of children NOT intended for use by persons under the age of 18
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What is Rosehip?
Rosehip is found on the flower of the rose around the round portion located below the petals. The rose hip contains the seeds of the plant. Drying the rose hips leads to the production of the supplement.
How does it work?
Individuals may use rosehip to supplement for vitamin C. Fresh rosehip will contain the most amounts of the vitamin. Drying the rosehip out will lead to lesser concentrations.
Used To Treat
Since rosehip contains large amounts of vitamin C, the supplement can treat along the same lines. Rosehip aids with preventing and combating colds, flus, and deficiencies. Drying the rosehip will destroy most of the vitamin C content. Also, long storage times will lead to a faster deterioration rate. Many rosehip products are fortified with additional lab-produced vitamin C.
Rosehip can also aid with stomach issues like spasms, acid deficiency, combating irritation, ulcers and as relief for intestinal diseases. The supplement can also be used for diarrhea, constipation, gallstones, gallbladder afflictions, the lower urinary tract, kidney issues, fluid build-up, gout, leg problems, backaches, and diabetes. Rosehip also aids with high cholesterol, weight loss, high blood pressure, fever, congestion, and the immune system. Rose hip will heighten blood flow in the limbs. This will lead to a better urine flow.
Rosehip is best known for having high amounts of vitamin C.
How to take/dosage
The optimal dose of rosehip will depend on many different factors. Factors include the individual’s age, health, and underlying conditions. There is not enough scientific research to conclude a precise dosage amount overall. Natural products are not necessarily safe and the dosage should be set per the product’s instructions. If more information is needed, consult with a medical professional.
Possible side effects
Rosehip is likely safe for adults when consumed from food sources and possibly safe when taken in medicinal dosages. Some side effects may occur while taking the supplement. Potential side effects include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, heartburn, stomach cramps, tiredness, headaches, and insomnia.
- Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Not enough research has been done to show the effects on pregnant or breast-feeding women. To be on the safe side, it is recommended to not take rosehip supplements. Rosehip that is consumed from food sources is thought to be safe.
- Diabetes: Vitamin C may affect the control of diabetes, but not enough research has been conducted.
- Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency: The vitamin C content of the rosehip may increase the risks associated with the deficiency.
- Iron related disorders: The disorders include hemochromatosis, thalassemia, and anemia. The vitamin C in rosehip may cause a higher rate of absorption. This can cause the illness to become worse.
- Sickle Cell disease: This precaution is often rare, but the vitamin C may make the blood more acidic. This can bring on a crisis situation.
- Aluminum: The interaction can be moderate when combined with rosehip. For more information, speak to a medical professional. Aluminum is an ingredient in most antacids. The vitamin C in rosehip can affect the amount of aluminum that is absorbed by the body. There is not enough research to state if the interaction is a major issue. Take the rosehip 2 hours before or 4 hours after antacids.
- Estrogen: The interaction can be moderate when combined with rosehip. For more information, speak to a medical professional. The vitamin C can affect the amount of estrogen that is absorbed by the body. Rosehip can increase the effect of the estrogen and cause complications.
- Lithium: The interaction can be moderate when combined with rosehip. For more information, speak to a medical professional. Rosehip can act like water pill. This may affect how the body gets rid of the medication. If lithium stays in the body longer than intended, serious side effects could occur. If you continue to take rosehip with lithium, your dosage may need to be adjusted by your physician.
- Choline Magnesium Trisalicylate: The interaction can be minor when combined with rosehip. For more information, speak to a medical professional. The vitamin C in rosehip may hinder the body in getting rid of the medication. There is no concrete evidence proving this claim though.
Rosehip is safe for most adults. The supplement can have some side effects like nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, heartburn, stomach cramps, tiredness, and insomnia. Inhaling rosehip may cause an allergic reaction on some individuals.
Do not take rosehip if:
- You are pregnant or breast-feeding
- You have diabetes
- You have sickle cell disease
- You have a disorder called glucosr-6-phosphate
- You have an iron related disorder
Things to note
The essential oil, rose, can be relevant following taking rosehip orally or topically. Aromatherapy is also a good way to administer the rose oil. Research has not proven the benefits of this procedure.
Scientific support and reference citations
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