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rosa canina
Its pectin and fruit acid content is responsible for its diuretic and laxative effect.
Carotinoids Flavonoids
Fruit acids: malic acid, citric acid
Monosaccharides / oligosaccharides (12 to 15%): invert sugar,
sucrose Pectins Tannins
Vitamins: ascorbic acid (vitamin C, 0.2 to 2.4%)
The drug is a vitamin C supplement
Production: fruit consists of ripe, dried fruits. Ripe fruits are harvested by hand and dried in air, sun or drying facilities at a maximum temperature of 80°C.
The berries are used in folk medicine for disorders of the efferent urinary tract and kidneys. Rheumatic conditions such as kidney stones, rheumatism and gout, colds, scurvy and febrile conditions.
Application Method: Fruits are available as whole and powdered drugs.
Daily Dosage: Tea: Add 2 to 5 g of medicine to 1 cup and infuse for 10 to 15 minutes
Storage: It should be stored in a dark place.
Drug (Used parts): It is fruit. Contains 400-3000 mg/100 grams of vitamin C. It also contains flavonoids and tannins. This increases the effect of the fruit even more. Cynosbati semen (Seeds of the fruit) is also used. It is used by brewing as an infusion in the form of tea, fresh or dried, after the fruit is removed from the seed. However, the hot water to be used for brewing should not be above 50°C, because vitamin C is quickly broken down.

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