Rosehip tea benefits are slowly but surely being appreciated by people from all over.
The rosehip has long been valued for its refrigerant and astringent properties. It is very well-known for its high concentration of Vitamin C.
The leaves of the Dog Rose, when dried and infused in boiling water, have often been used as a substitute for tea and have a grateful smell and sub-astringent taste. The flowers, gathered in the bud and dried, are said to be more astringent than the Red Roses.