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rose hips

the fruit or berries from wild rose bushes and in particular Rosa canina, R. gallica, R. condita, and R. rugosa, (family Rosaceae). A rich source of vitamin C (ascorbic acid).
Synonym(s): hipberries
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Rising Applications of Rose Hips Extract There is high demand for rose hips extracts and processed rose hips extracts in the recent years as an increasing number of consumers prefer natural ingredients.
Mango butter and pomegranate and rose hip oils provide a silky, nourishing blend.
GOPO Rosehip with Galactolipids is made from specially cultivated natural rose hip and is the only product of its kind to contain a high level of GOPO--a key component of the rose hip that may play a valuable role in the care of joints and joint tissues.
cough from sleeping in the damp and brew a cup of rose hips to spread
My dad claims he used to collect rose hips and haw berries (hips and haws) from the hedgerow and get paid by the Women's Institute.
I personally prefer the Herbalist's favorite, a blend of rose hips, lemon grass, apple pieces, and linden and hibiscus blossoms.
Take hawthorn, rowan - even rose hips or sloes - and plant them in a little trench.
Its Strictly Strawberry (organic, caffeine-free blend of strawberry, apple, hibiscus, rose hips and natural strawberry flavor) won Third Place in the Flavored Fruit Blends Category.
Most contracts are for organic farming for the cultivation of strawberries, pears, peaches and plums and organically grown walnuts, almonds, roses, rose hips and vegetables, the Fund's press center informs.
Enjoy beers such as Golden Rose, made with rose hips, and Gose Coastal, made with Oregon huckleberries.
Yr enw Saesneg ydi 'rose hips' a'r rhain sy'n cael eu defnyddio i wneud y 'rose hip syrup' enwog.