Rosehip: A powerhouse producer of Vitamin C
Impending winter months and the threat of airborne viruses mean a boost to your immune system is needed now more than ever. Vitamin C has long been considered one of nature’s most potent allies in combating cold and flu symptoms because of its antihistamine capabilities, but did you know that many Vitamin C products on the market are either highly refined, or synthetic, meaning that your body eliminates them before any benefits have been absorbed into your system?
Vitamin C is water-soluble and must be regularly replenished to be an effective aid. For this reason, naturally-occurring sources are the best way to ensure your body recognises it as fuel and effectively manages it.
Many people know that you can inflate your Vitamin C intake by consuming certain fruits and vegetables, like oranges and carrots, and because these resources are in large supply in our country they make a great natural source of Vitamin C. A less-common but powerhouse producer of Vitamin C is the Rosa Canina berry, the superfood source of Rose-Hip Vital. Rosa Canina belongs to the Rosehip family of berries, certain types of which contain more than sixty times the Vitamin C found in an orange!
While rosehips grow naturally in South Africa and South America, Rose-Hip Vital source their berries from Denmark, where the harvest is allowed to deeply root and mature for up to four years without any artificial interference. A patented extraction and drying method isolates 23 naturally-occurring minerals and 8 vitamins, including Vitamin C, from every yield. This process is not only exclusive to Rose-Hip Vital, but scientific research has found it to amplify the potency of the vitamins and minerals its extracts.
With no wheat, dairy, gluten or sugar, and free from any additives, fillers or preservatives, Rose-Hip Vital is an all-natural super-booster for your body’s immune system. Backed by over 30 clinical trials, you can safely incorporate rosehip into your existing supplement routine knowing there are no known side-effects or indications of interference with other medications.