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Rosehip grows in thick patches on roadsides and hillsides. Flowers vary in colour from pale pink to deep rose. Its seed are enclosed in hips and turn bright red in the fall.This tea is an excellent source of Vitamin C. Humans cannot manufacture Vitamin C, therefore we need to get it through other sources – such as Rosehip.
Rosehip (Rosa Species)
We used to drink rosehip tea every morning. I remember it being pretty sour and we'd always add honey in. This one is not as strong but still nice.
This rosehip tea is by far the least expensive I have found online, and for that reason alone I will continue to buy it. I like to drink rosehip tea as a natural source of vitamin C. However, I will say that the flavour of this tea is much weaker than that of the rosehips I picked from the wild and dried myself. It is only a little sour, whereas the rosehip tea I make myself is extremely sour and fruity tasting. But, as I said it is inexpensive and also it tastes better than another brand I've tried, so I will stick with it until I can pick more rosehips in the wild.
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