Rosehip is the fruit of the rose plant containing a variety of minerals and nutrients encapsulating a small rose seed pod. Rosehip shells are often used for its rich Vitamin C content. Other major components of rose hips include: carotenoids beta-carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin, lycopene, and various flavonoids. Rosehips can be used as base for herbal drinks and teas offering light rosy notes with hints of sweet pear. It also makes a wonderful refreshing drink of its own with additional benefits of various useful nutrients. These first grade rosehips are grown the Black Forest region of Germany. Rosehips do not contain caffeine.
Brewing Guide: 1-2 tea spoons in 250 ml water at 100°C for 7-9 min