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Rosa canina (known as dog rose)
Rosa canina (known as dog rose)

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Description:
Name: Rosa canina

Family: Rosaceae

Rosa canina is a type of wild rose. It is a shrub with stems reaching 1 to 5 m in length. This shrub is amazingly beautiful when blooms in May-June with a pale pink color. Then flowering roses shrubs are a beautiful picture, gushing with vitality and spring mood.
Fruits (rosehips) ripen in autumn and are oval, red-orange, filled with numerous seeds. Fruits of wild rose are true natural pharmacy, warehouse kind of vitamins. The fruit is characterized by a high content of vitamin C, carotene (provitamin A), lycopene, vitamins B1 and B2, as well as vitamins PP, K. Their content of vitamin C Rosehip fruit is unique in the plant world! Usually fresh ripe fruits contain up to 600 mg of vitamin C in 100 grams of fruit, according to some sources - to 2 grams in certain varieties! At seeds are contain vitamin E. The rosehip have high content of mineral salts. In mineral content of potassium, magnesium, sodium, calcium and phosphorus, the rosehip excels many fruits and vegetables.

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Recommended links:
http://www.virtualheb.co.uk/dog-rose-wildflowers-western-isles.html

http://www.tradeavail.com/rosacanina.html

http://hedgerowmobile.com/dogrose.html

http://www.actaplantarum.org/acta/galleria1.php?id=1612

http://bloomsandfood.com/2012/09/05/a-saturday-night-with-black-sabbath-making-rose-hip-jam/

http://ediblelandscaping.com/careguide/Rose/

http://www.teapedia.net/rosa-canina-tea/

http://health-from-nature.net/Dog_Rose.html

http://www.natures-health-foods.com/Rosehips.html

Rosa canina (known as dog rose)

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