Usage name: Rosehip, wild rose bush.

Obtaining process: The fruits are harvested when ripe, dried, then crushed to obtain a powder.

Source: Wild plant.

Family : Rosacea.

Provenance, origin: Europe, Asia, North America.

Chemical characteristics : Rich in vitamin C, flavonoids, carotenoids, organic acids, tannins.

Dosage form: Powder.

Necessary dosage in food supplements : The recommended dosage of rosehip in dietary supplements generally ranges from 500 to 2,000 milligrams per day, depending on individual needs.

Missions: Strengthen the immune system, promote skin regeneration, provide antioxidants.

Properties : Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, healing, immunostimulating.

Indications: Skin conditions, fatigue, weakened immune system, wound healing, improvement of skin health.