Rose hips contain a storehouse of important human minerals and vitamins.They enough iron, carotene, potassium, phosphorus, manganese, magnesium, and antioxidants, tannins, organic acids and volatile production.Regular consumption of wild rose increases the body's resistance to infection, has a general tonic effect, enhances the process of tissue repair, reduces vascular permeability, aids in carbohydrate metabolism.In addition, rosehip berries are an excellent anti-inflammatory and choleretic agent.
Brier holds the record for the content of much needed, especially during the seasonal surge in colds, vitamin C. According to the number of hips significantly exceed lemon, orange and black currant.In
When used this unique multivitamin means strict adherence to dosage.Kids from 2 to 3 years is recommended to drink half a teaspoon per day, children from 3 to 6 years old - one teaspoon once a day, children aged 6 to 12 years old - one dessert spoon two or three times a day.Adults designate two or three tablespoons three times a day.Dosage doctor sets, depending on the nature of the disease and individual patient characteristics.
Like all medicines and preventive drugs, rosehip syrup has contraindications.It is used with caution in patients with diabetes mellitus (due to the high sugar content in the formulation), bronchial asthma, gastric and duodenal ulcers during an exacerbation, during pregnancy and during lactation.
Like all medicines, syrup hips should be stored in a dry and dark place, away from children.
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