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Rose Hips are taken from the rose plant, a perennial plant characterised by its thorny branches, pink or white flowers and dark orange to red/purple fruits. Native to Europe, North Africa and parts of Asia, the fruit can be eaten like a berry or made into delicious treats such as jams, fruity teas, bread, wine and jelly. The hips are seeds inside the fruit of the rose plant and have long been discovered to have benefits to health.
Fresh Rose Hips contain a number of natural nutrients including Vitamin E, Vitamin C, beta-carotene and lycopene. One of the richest natural plant sources, Rose Hips shares the many benefits that the well known Vitamin C has for health including boosting the immune system and providing that important antioxidant protection against damage causing free radicals. Whilst fresh Rose Hips are not relatively easily purchased in your local supermarket or health store, Swanson, a US supplier and manufacturer of supplements to support health have harnessed the power of dried Rose Hips and fortified it further with other Vitamin C to boost its potency and effectiveness into a convenient supplement capsule.
Rose Hips are rich source of Vitamin C and when dried and combined in a supplement from Swanson, Rose Hips works to help boost the effectiveness of Vitamin C in the body, supporting its absorption and enhance its antioxidant protection.
Taken as part of a healthy and balanced lifestyle, Swanson Vitamin C with Rose Hips dietary supplements may have the following benefits to health:
Swanson recommend that you take one 1,000mg Swanson Vitamin C with Rose Hips capsule one to two times a day with water and food.
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