Organic dried rosehip

no preservatives

no sweeteners

no artifical colours

no added SO2

no added sugar


ingredients: dried rosehip- organic

allergens: no allergens

Well-ripe wild rose hips are used. They are cleaned from the stems and leaves and dried to give a well-dried fruit and a preserved color to dark red.

Assortment-BIO Shipki:

-Dried rose hips



Storage: Store in a dry and well-ventilated place, preferably in a closed envelope / box. Keep protected from moisture !!!

Packages: 100g, 500g, 1kg

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.

Rosehip helps with:
Traditional Tibetan medicine has used rosehip as a remedy for tuberculosis, but the lungs, dysentery, gall and bladder disease, heart disease, malaria and hypertension.
Scientists associate the therapeutic effect of rose hips with the high content of Vitus C. It is for this reason that rosehip fruit is recommended for colds, neuro-mental fatigue, atherosclerosis, high blood pressure.
The action of the winding C, enhanced by that of the Vit.R, has a beneficial effect on the permeability of the capillaries and prevents the formation of edema
Pectins in rosehip form a protective layer on the gastrointestinal and bronchial mucosa and are a tried and tested remedy for inflammation.
Vitamin K aids blood clotting processes, mineral salts increase diuresis, and tannin v-suppresses the formation of putrefactive processes in the intestine.
Rosehip lowers blood sugar, stimulates the formation of red blood cells, increases performance and strengthens the body's resistance forces. It is therefore recommended for patients with diabetes, anemia, mental and physical fatigue.