Rosa acicularis Lindl., Rosaceae
The pomaceous fruit of the Prickly Rose makes a flavorful, tangy-tart tisane that's pinkish in color. Just steep five whole dehydrated rosehips in one cup of hot water for ten minutes or more. Enjoy a cup of wild rosehip tisane and add the rosehips to stews or soups for flavor.
Rosehips are rich in Vitamin C and antioxidants. 100g of dried rosehips contain 1700 mg of Vitamin C! Rosehip tisane can prevent bladder infection and ease headache.
We hand-pick our wild rosehips from mid-August until October in northern Saskatchewan.
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