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Organic Rosehip Powder
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What is Rosehip:
Rosehip is species of thorny shrub of ancient origin, belongs to the Rosaceae family. It grows wild in many parts of the world and adapts well to any soil and climate. Rosehip berries are widely used in cooking and increasingly appreciated for their properties.

Rose Hips Raw Organic Rosehips in Polvore
Rose hip powder has a dark ochre color as the whole fruit is ground with a balanced ratio of skin, pulp (60 percent) and seeds (40 percent). The flavor is fruity and slightly tart, very distinctive. NaturaleBio rosehips are processed at very low temperatures to keep all its nutrients intact and preserve high Vitamin C levels.

Properties of Rosehip
Rosehip is the focus of great interest because of its important Vitamin C content. In addition, rosehip possesses antioxidant properties and has a supportive and restorative action. It also aids in the regularity of intestinal transit.

Certified Organic and Vegan 100%
Pure and Organic, without the use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers that are harmful to the body. Without additives and excipients. Suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Certified Organic by inspection bodies authorized by the Ministry of Agriculture.

Properties of Rosehip

Rose hip is the focus of much interest because of its important content ofVitamin C. Rosehip also possessesantioxidant properties and has a supportive and restorative action. It also aids in the regularity of intestinal transit.

Useful information

What is the Rosehip?

The rosehip is a thorny shrub with a very ancient origin, is a member of the Rosaceae family and its botanical name is Rosa lutetiana.

It is also called "thorn rose" or "wild rose" as it grows wild all over the world and adapts well to any soil and climate. It can grow at various altitudes, from sea level to the mountains.

Since time immemorial, rosehip berries have been widely used in cooking; today they are also increasingly appreciated for their properties.

Rose hip: the plant

Rose hip is among the wild rose species, in fact, it can grow wildly in the countryside, hills or mountains.

Also called "wild rose" because it can adapt to even the most inaccessible places, at the edge of forests, dirt roads or on uncultivated fields, as long as it is sunny and the clayey soil.

The flowers are simple and consist of five petals, the color can varyfrom white to fuchsia to pale pink, are not very fragrant and bloom around May-July.

The berries, or cinorrods, are the false fruit of the plant; the real fruit, the achenes, are the little yellow seeds that are found inside and are covered with a thin down.

What are the properties of the Rosehip?

The rosehip is considered very interesting for its Vitamin C content. Not only because it is present in large quantities, but especially because it is present in a form that is assimilated by our bodies easily.

Vitamin C contributes to the maintenance of normal function of the immune system even during and after intense physical exertion, enhances the absorption of iron, and contributes to the reduction of fatigue and fatigue.

It also contributes to the normal formation of collagen for the normal function of blood vessels, bones, cartilage, skin, teeth, and gums.

Finally, vitamin C contributes to protection of cells from oxidative stress, contributes to normal energy metabolism, nervous system, and normal psychological function.

In addition, Rosehip possesses antioxidant properties, has a supportive and restorative action, and helps regulate intestinal transit.

Flavor and Texture of Hagenbutten

The Rosehip berries, the Cinorrods or "hagenbutten," from which our powder is made, come from organic farming.

The Cinorrodo is a red berry and has a fleshy texture. It is edible but sour and not very palatable fresh; in fact, it is difficult to find it commercially as is, while it is now widespread on the market in the form of integrators and powder.

Our organic rosehips have adark ochre color, due to a balanced ratio between the skin, pulp and seeds of the berries, which is typical when the whole berry is ground, and is therefore more nutritious.

In contrast, when the color is more tending toward yellow, it means that there is a higher percentage of seeds within the powder.

The flavor of rosehip powder is slightly sour (similar to citrus) and fruity. Most important is the processing method: NaturaleBio rosehip is processed at low temperatures to preserve all its nutrients intact and maintain high levels of Vitamin C.

How to take Rosehips?

Raw Organic Raw Rosehip Berry Powder is an excellent way to incorporate this valuable fruit into one's diet.

The powder can be dissolved in drinks, smoothies or milk so that it is easier and more enjoyable to take.

Or it can be added in the preparation of sweet recipes, cakes and cookies.

Roseberry powder can be taken in the following ways:

  • in infusions or herbal teas
  • in smoothies
  • in yogurt
  • in milk
  • together with muesli or other dried fruits and oilseeds
  • as an ingredient in homemade desserts

100% organic

Our Rosehip powder is 100% pure and Organic, from organic plantations, and is approved by the Control Body of the Ministry of Agriculture.

We at NaturaleBio take special care in selecting all our organic products.

Rose hip powder is processed at low temperatures, so its characteristics are preserved intact.

Considered a superfood increasingly used and appreciated for its beneficial properties.

The Rosehip Powder is processed at low temperatures, so its characteristics are preserved intact.

Recipes with Rose Hip

  • Rose Hip Musli

    Prep time: ~20 min

    Ideal to enjoy for a rich and nutritious breakfast!

    • 1 cup oats
    • 2 tablespoons NaturalBio Rosehip Powder
    • ½ cup chopped raw almonds
    • 1 teaspoon cinnamon powder
    • 1 pinch nutmeg
    • 2/3 cup of whole milk
    • 1/3 cup yogurt
    • ½ cup apple juice
    • 2 teaspoons NaturalPiù Manuka honey
    • 1 medium apple diced

    Mix the oats, rosehip, almonds, cinnamon and nutmeg in a bowl with a lid. Incorporate the milk, yogurt, juice and honey. Let stand in the refrigerator overnight. In the morning, add the apple. Serve with more milk if desired.

  • Rosehip Chia Pudding

    Preparation time: ~30 min

    • 75 g NaturalBio Rosehip Powder
    • 45 g Chia Seeds
    • 250 ml black cherry juice or fruit of your choice
    • 250 ml coconut milk
    • 250 ml of water
    • 1 tablespoon NaturalPiù Manuka honey
    • 1 teaspoon cinnamon powder
    • 1 sliced banana and berries (optional)

    Add all ingredients, except the bananas or optional fruit, in a bowl with a lid. A 1-quart glass jar can also be used. Stir well, making sure there are no lumps of rosehip or chia seeds in the bottom. Refrigerate, covered, for 5 hours or until thickened to a pudding consistency. It would be preferable, stirring once or twice as it thickens. Serve hot or cold in small bowls, adding a topping of fresh fruit to taste!

  • Rose Smoothie

    Preparation time: ~5 min

    The term smooth in English means "smooth, well blended" and recalls the consistency that this type of drink should have. It is a thick and creamy fruit puree, to be drunk cold. Of course, there are many different recipes depending on the type of fruit you want to use.

    • 5 g of rosehip powder
    • 1 apple
    • 4 peaches
    • 10 strawberries
    • 1 banana
    • 1 glass of vegetable milk

    After cutting the apple and peaches into small dice, blend them together with all the ingredients until you get a creamy mixture. If too thick, add a little more milk.


Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews

Good product, although I don't like the taste. The positive effects on skin and hair are very noticeable, but I usually mix it with cinnamon in yogurt so that the earthy flavor is not as noticeable. One teaspoon or less is enough.

Very good

Excellent product

All good

Fine powder

Arwin Schobel

Top and fast

Goed product

We are very satisfied with this product and are considering other products.