5 Ways To Use Rosehip Powder | Loveraw

5 Ways To Use Rosehip Powder

What is Rosehip used for? Raw Rosehip powder is a potent natural remedy and healer for common ailments. Just for example Raw Rosehip powder helps in the treatment and prevention of the common cold. It contains more Vitamin C than an orange!

How to take Rosehip? Raw Rosehip powder has amazing anti-inflammatory properties and it also works like a charm on skin since it’s a highly recognised anti-oxidant. You see many topical creams and oils on the market, however to feel the real benefits its best eaten as close to its natural state. When you eat well on the inside you will shine on the outside!  

Our 5 ways to eat Raw Rosehip powder:

  1. With coconut/almond yoghurt (recipe coming soon), almonds and raisins….yum!
  2. With warm water (not hot), quarter lemon squeezed and orange peel…
  3. In your green smoothie: Handful of spinach, 1 apple, 2 celery sticks, and a knob of ginger…
  4. On dairy free ice-cream…(our favourite is Booja Booja Vanilla made with cashews)
  5. Mixed in with some granola or Muesli.

Happy Wednesday!

 

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2 Responses

Ehrentraude
Ehrentraude

January 09, 2015

Blended with unpasteurized honey and used to sweeten tea, rose hip powder tastes great. Also place by the spoon full into water to drink. Would be a most natural use for ones health. E.K.
Read up on energy medicine to understand what your body requires to be healthy. Query:
What do I ingest? What do I eat?
Do I believe in a quick fix? Nature has its cycle think about that.

Paula Smith
Paula Smith

May 01, 2014

I have Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and it’s had to find anything that can help my liver in releasing the fat. I read that Rose hip powder inhibits fat formation in the liver so I’m trying to find it in it’s organic state and get some information on it. I do not take any kind of prescriptions, I only do Natural health.
Thank you for your help. Can’t wait to hear form you.
Paula Smith

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