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Rose Hip: natural ingredient of Wonderup

Rose Hip: natural ingredient of WonderupThe rose hip is one of the innumerable species of wild roses common in our countryside, especially in the Apennines. It is easily found throughout Europe and form high hedges up to 3-4-meters. We use the leaves and fruits (Gooseberries).
In fact can be used all the parts of the plant. For example, the flowers and leaves are used in the Pharmacopoeia for the preparation of infusions and tisanes; with seeds are also prepared pesticides: with the petals of flowers, finally, is prepared rose honey. The most important part of the plant is represented by the fruit (rose hip) which, in effect, is not a true fruit.

The total concentrate of active substance is obtained from gooseberries in Rosehip using cold extraction (to avoid the alteration of the vitamins that are thermo labile) and concentration of the same.

It was chosen as an ingredient of Wonderup as the high content of Vitamin C facilitates the absorption of all other active principles of Wonderup natural ingredients.
It also contains bioflavonoids, or phytoestrogens, which are picked mainly by the mammary glands of the breast as nourishment for their development.

Characteristics and properties

Rose Hip: natural ingredient of WonderupThe small fruits of rose hip, a wild plant of the tropical forests in America and Europe, appear to be the “natural sources” more concen-
trated in Vitamin C, present in quantities up to 50-100 times higher than the traditional citrus fruits (oranges and lemons) and therefore able to contribute to strengthening the natural defenses of the organism (100 g. in gooseberries contain the same amount of vitamin C or ascorbic acid contained in 1 kg of citrus). Bioflavonoids, present in the pulp and skins of many fruits, exert a synergistic action with vitamin C, favoring the absorption by the body.

Since vitamin C (also known with the name of ascorbic acid) cannot be directly synthesized by man (as opposed to what occurs for the animals) it must be introduced or with food, if the diet is good and balanced, or with the dietary supplement, where the power supply is deficient in vitamin C, as normally happen.

The Western way of life, industrial pollution, the influx of electronic appliances and cigarette smoking are all factors that increase our requirement for vitamin C for which integration is a practically necessary in the life of even the most healthy of us!

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