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Rosehip Tea - high in vitamin C & phytoestrogen
Rosehip Tea - high in vitamin C & phytoestrogen

Rosehip Tea - high in vitamin C & phytoestrogen

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Rosehips are the fruit of the rose plant, forming after the bloom has faded. They're typically red to orange in color and boast a tangy, slightly sweet flavor. Rosehips are packed with vitamins, antioxidants, and other beneficial compounds, making them a popular choice for herbal teas.

Intuitive Nutrition Rosehip Tea is 40g and comes in a home compostable packaging. 

To brew rosehip tea, simply steep dried rosehips in hot water for several minutes, allowing their essence to infuse the liquid. The result is a vibrant, ruby-red brew that tantalizes the senses and invigorates the spirit.

The Medicinal Marvels of Rosehip Tea

Rosehip tea isn't just a treat for the taste buds—it's also a powerhouse of wellness. Here are some of its notable medicinal aspects:

  1. Rich in Vitamin C: Rosehips are renowned for their exceptionally high vitamin C content, making them a natural immune booster. A single cup of rosehip tea can provide a significant portion of your daily vitamin C needs, helping to fend off colds and flu.

  2. Antioxidant Abundance: Loaded with antioxidants like flavonoids and carotenoids, rosehip tea helps combat oxidative stress and inflammation in the body. These antioxidants may contribute to a reduced risk of chronic diseases and promote overall well-being.

  3. Joint Health Support: Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, rosehip tea is often hailed for its potential to alleviate joint pain and stiffness associated with conditions like osteoarthritis. Regular consumption may help improve mobility and enhance quality of life.

  4. Glowing Skin: The vitamin C and antioxidants found in rosehip tea play a vital role in promoting radiant skin. By neutralizing free radicals and supporting collagen production, this tea helps maintain a youthful complexion and may even aid in wound healing.

  5. Digestive Aid: Traditionally used to soothe digestive discomfort, rosehip tea can help calm upset stomachs and ease bloating. Its gentle nature makes it suitable for regular consumption as part of a balanced diet.

Rosehip for Perimenopause & Menopause

  1. Phytoestrogens: Rosehips contain phytoestrogens, plant compounds with a structure similar to estrogen. By interacting with estrogen receptors in the body, these compounds can help regulate hormone levels, mitigating the effects of estrogen fluctuations characteristic of menopause.

  2. Adrenal Support: The adrenal glands play a crucial role in hormone production and balance. Rosehip tea's high vitamin C content supports adrenal function, which in turn promotes hormonal stability and resilience to stress—a common trigger for menopausal symptoms.

  3. Anti-inflammatory Action: Inflammation can exacerbate hormonal imbalances and contribute to symptoms like joint pain and mood disturbances. With its anti-inflammatory properties, rosehip tea helps soothe inflammation, providing relief from discomfort and promoting overall well-being.

  4. Bone Health: Declining estrogen levels during menopause can increase the risk of osteoporosis and bone fractures. Rosehip tea, rich in vitamins and minerals like vitamin C and manganese, supports bone density and strength, safeguarding against age-related bone loss.

Note: if you are estrogen dominate, Rosehip tea may not be the tea for you. Ask your health professional for guidance before taking any herbal tea's or tinctures. 

Do not take if on blood thinning medications such as Warfin.