Roseship seed flour
Rosehip is one of the most well known and most popular immunostimulants. It contains ten times as much vitamin C as lemons do.
Vitamin C may enhance the resilience of the body. Its flavonoids have anti-inflammatory and antibiotic effects. Pectins may help our digestion system.
By consuming the grists, you can supply your body naturally with the vitamins, minerals, trace elements, and other precious agents that can be found in plants, so they can effectively assist to protect your health.
Consume this mildly sour rosehip seed flour by mixing to some yoghurt or juice, or use it when baking cakes and pastries. You can mix it (up to 20%) into the dough of shortbread cookies or pies for example.