The health promoting use of rose hip (Rosa Canina) in many parts of the world is extensive. A recent research from Bukovian, Romania, gathered 101 young people who regularly consume berries to find out the reason they drink rosehip tea or other wild grown plants (hawthorn, cranberries, sea buckthorn), and the majority reported they eat or drink these precious plants for health reasons (Leahu et al., 2019).
What are the health benefits of rosehip?
According to the scientis of Tolekova et al. (2020), rose hip has anti-inflammatory, choleretic, diuretic properties, a beneficial effect on carbohydrate metabolism, plus, rose hip regulates the activity of the gastrointestinal tract, enhances tissue regeneration, and the synthesis of hormones. Abstract
Currently, increased attention is paid to plant raw materials as a source of biologically active substances. As a consequence of this great scientific interest is dog rose (lat. Rosa), a genus of wild plants of the Rosaceae family (Rosales) and it is widely used as a medicinal, vitamin source and food raw material. The species of Rosa genus have rich vitamin content and different chemical structures. Dog rose has medicinal value as a multivitamin remedy. Many works have been devoted to the study of the dynamics of the accumulation of vitamins depending on the forms and types of dog rose, geographic location, meteorological conditions, soil, fertilizer application and other environmental factors. The most economically valuable part of the dog rose is the pulp of the fruit. Rosa is used in official and traditional medicine. They also have anti-inflammatory, choleretic, diuretic properties and a beneficial effect on carbohydrate metabolism and, they regulate the activity of the gastrointestinal tract, enhance tissue regeneration, the synthesis of hormones. In this review article, antioxidant, pharmacological, medical properties and chemical content of the Rosa genus has been discussed in detail. Article
Tolekova, S., Sharmanov, T., Sinyavskiy, Y., Berzhanova, R., Mammadov, R., AKSOY, Ö. K., & Yusifli, R. (2020). Antioxidant, Pharmacological, Medical Properties and Chemical Content of Rosa L. Extracts. International Journal of Secondary Metabolite, 7(3), 200-212. Abstract
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read the full article from Romania:
LEAHU, A., HRETCANU, C. E., ROȘU, A. I., & GHINEA, C. (2020). Traditional uses of wild berries in the Bukovina region (Romania). Food and Environment Safety Journal, 18(4).
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