Dried rose-hips


no preservatives

no sweeteners

no artifical colours

no added SO2

no added sugar


ingredients: dried rose-hips

allergens: no allergens

We use well-ripened wild-growing forest rose-hips. They are cleaned of stems and leaves and are fully dried, preserving their red color to dark red.



-Dried, whole

-In powder


Storage:  Keep in a cool and dry place preferably in an airtught container/bag

Parcelling: 100g, 500g, 1kg, 5kg, 10kg

The rose-hips are well-known as a "vitamin factory".In their variety and quantity of vitamin content, rose-hips surpass all edible plants found in Bulgaria . Additionally, these fruits contain sugars, citric and malic acids, cellulose, pectin, and essential oils.They are rich in mineral salts. They are used as an important ingredient in various marmalades, syrups, teas, and most frequently in medicine due to their high Vitamin C content.

Average nutritional values per 100g


277 KJ/236 kcal


0,51 g

-of which saturated fat

0,05 g


29,24 g

-of which sugars

27,3 g


49,9 g


3,62 g


< 0,01 g

Rose-hips helps:


  Traditional Tibetan medicine has used the rose-hip fruit as a healing agent against tuberculosis of the lungs, dysentery, gall stones and urinary tract illnesses, heart illnesses, malaria and high blood pressure.
  Scientists link the high medicinal effectiveness of the rose-hip to its high content of Vitamin C. Thus, the rose-hips are recommended for colds, nervous-psychological stress, atherosclerosis, and high blood pressure.
  The effect of the Vitamin C, supported by the efficacy of the Vitamin P contained in rose-hips, positively affects the permeability of capillaries and helps to prevent swelling.
  The pectin contained in the rose-hip forms a protective layer on the intestinal tract and bronchial mucous membranes and is a tested healing element in their inflammation.
  The Vitamin K contained in rose-hips supports the processes of blood clotting, the mineral salts enhance diuresis, and the tannins help to hinder the development of decay in the intestines
  The rose-hips lowers blood sugar, stimulates the formation of red blood cells, and increases the overall functioning and strengthens the immune powers of the body. Due to this, this fruit is recommended to people affected by diabetes, anemia, and mental or physical weakness.
  The rose-hip helps to fight the flu and fever, cough and uterine or nose bleeding.
  Infusions of rose-hips are used in Bulgarian traditional medicine in the cases of liver, kidney and stomach illnesses.

It is also very effective in cases of internal bleeding, heavy menstruation, difficulty in urination, bleeding hemorrhoids, whooping cough, kidney stones, vitamin insufficiency, slow-healing ulcers and wounds, and broken bones.