Support immunity with Rose Hips. They're a natural source of vitamin C and contain beneficial bioflavonoids.
- Provides a botanical source of antioxidants.
How It Works
Rose hips are the portion of the rose that remains after the petals fall off. Historically they have been used as a source of vitamin C and antioxidants.
According to one study, rose hip extract had reduced the growth and migration of breast cancer cells. In the study, the highest concentrations of rose hip extract had reduced the migration of breast cancer cells by as much as 45 percent. The fruit extract also prevented the cancerous growth in the brain, a place where the breast cancer cells tend to spread to.
Another Serbian study focuses on the phytochemicals present in rose hip tea. The polyphenols present in the fruit prevent the human cancer cells from proliferating.
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Rose hips fruit. DirectionsTake 2 capsules with a meal three times daily.
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