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Edmund, German physician, 1836-1914. See: Rose position.


Harry M., 20th-century U.S. microbiologist. See: Rose-Waaler test.


1. Any shrub of the genus Rosa.
2. The petals of Rosa gallica, collected before expanding; used for its agreeable odor.
[L. rosa]


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The compound is extracted using a special patented process after drying rose-hips.
In the first study reported,(1) scientists measured the effects of different doses of rose-hip powder and pure GOPO(R) on human cartilage cells (chrondrocytes).
Scientists said the rose-hip remedy, called LitoZin, may help to reduce NHS spending on expensive new drugs to treat the disease which attacks the joints.
In a double-blind randomised controlled trial which took place in Berlin and Denmark last year, patients with RA received treatment with 5g daily rose-hip (GOPO(r)) or placebo for 6 months in addition to usual care.
You might like to know about a study of 94 patients from Denmark where rose-hip powder helped the symptoms of oesteoarthritis of the knee and hip, but, sadly, not the hands.
This most recent study, A powder made from seeds and shells of a rose-hip subspecies (Rosa canina l.
The launch of LitoZin(R) Joint Health, a new supplement derived from rose-hip containing the active ingredient GOPO(R), could be the answer to helping care for joints and the key to active living - especially considering 78%[2] of people would prefer to take a natural supplement over medicines and prescription drugs commonly used to treat joint pain.
If you want to try an alternative remedy, you could brew a cup of strong rose-hip tea.
GLOUCESTER, England, March 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Rose-hip can help alleviate joint pain in patients with knee, hip, and hand osteoarthritis, according to latest research.