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Loose Tea with Rosehip

Rosehip tea is one of those home remedies that you should actually always have on hand. The rosehip with its slightly tart, fruity and full-bodied taste is not only delicious, but also healthy. Pure, our organic rosehip tea is a pleasure without equal. But rosehip also rounds off the taste in many of our exquisite and partly organic-certified tea compositions such as this fruit tea. Take a look at our assortment and choose your favourite variety.

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Rosehip Health Benefits

Fresh rose hips have large amounts of vitamin C, which is known to strengthen the immune system and protect cells from free radicals. Lycopene, which is found in rose hips, has the same effect. It has an antioxidant effect and can thus prevent cell damage. In addition, rosehip contains a lot of pectins. These dietary fibres have a mild laxative and detoxifying effect, which is why rosehip tea is often recommended for digestive complaints or kidney problems. In addition, rose hips are rich in vitamins and minerals. This is why it is sometimes called a local superfood.

As is the case with many natural remedies, there are few clinical studies to date that prove the effectiveness of the remedy. However, it has been used for many generations in natural and folk medicine for precisely those gastrointestinal complaints or to prevent all kinds of niggles. Be it diarrhoea, an approaching cold or problems with the bladder - ideally, the tea can have a supportive effect here - and if not, at least it tastes delicious. Cheers.