Rosa canina


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A perennial shrub that contains niacin, nicotinamide, organic acids, pectin, tannin, and vitamins B, C, E, and K; it is astringent, diuretic, laxative, and tonic, and has been used to heal wounds; it is a rich source of vitamin C, often supplied as rose hips

Rosa canina,

n See rose hips.
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A standardised rose hip powder of Rosa canina (Litozin[R]) made from the seeds and husks of the fruits from a subtype of Rosa canina was used in this study.
Another possible consideration is that Rosa canina powder contains vitamin C.
Shohreh Daneshvar, Ali Asghar Talebi, Yaghoub Fathipour: The Wasps Associated with Seeds and Galls of Rosa Canina in Iran: Am.
Effects of rosa canina fruit extract on neutrophil respiratory burst.
The double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover study reported here examined the effect of Hyben Vital, a herbal remedy made from a subtype of Rosa canina and recently reported to have anti-inflammatory properties, on the symptoms of osteoarthritis.
Dunlop snr is closing relentlessly on his century and took his tally to 94 when completing a double with Rosa Canina, who was ridden to victory by Pat Eddery in the two-mile handicap.
ROSA Canina is napped to land the two-mile 'Try Race Sponsorship' Handicap (4.
At Newcastle, Rosa Canina looks another for the in-form Dunlop stable in the DSM Demolition Handicap (4.
Rosa Canina does not seem the type to win by far, but there is plenty to like about her style of success and she landed the odds again at Lingfield on Saturday evening to complete a hat-trick.
Rosa Canina made it three on the bounce in the two-mile handicap at 1- 3 and is still on the up in the staying game.
ROSA CANINA, owned by John Dunlop, can keep herself in the trainer's good books by completing a hat-trick in the FDM Handicap (6.