When most people think of Roses they imagine a useless plant that people enjoy smelling and looking at. In actuality, a lot of ornamental plants have medicinal and psychoactive properties. Phytochemist have even taken a look at the chemical constituents of Rose Hips. On this page you'll learn a lot about this plant that you likely did not know was even possible. It's very important that it be grown in organic soil though as you don't want toxic chemical garbage in your plants if you are going to consume them. In Herbalism, quality matters, and potency is a key component of that quality. Inferior product stuffed into tiny tea bags, simply won't cut it for most of us. You need to understand each plant is different, and know about its dosage.


Rose Hips are most commonly used in the forms of: teas, jams, jelly, syrup, soup, beverages, pies, bread, wine, and marmalade. Modern herbalist also use it in tincture form. It contains the following nutrients & phytochemicals: Vitamin C ( very high ), L-ascorbic acid, carotenoids beta-carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin, and lycopene (also found in Tomatoes), vitamin A and B, essential fatty acids and antioxidant flavonoids, among tons more.. These chemicals are made within the plants, and how to make them is actually programmed into the plants genetics, which was authored by the Ancient Of Days. We need to give him thanks and credit for all that exist, and not praise and serve false gods and idols. Psalm 91:3 For it is HE who delivers you from the snare of the trapper, and from the deadly pestilence.


David Hoffman, an herbal expert, states that Rose Hips are one of the best sources of vitamin C. They are reported to contain more than SIXTY TIMES as much vitamin C as one orange. With this in mind, a tincture made out of them would be a great way to obtain vitamin C when one is sick, and has no appetite. They were also used by the Ohlone Indians, indicating a historic knowledge of their medicinal properties. Another point that I'd like to make, is that the bible indicates there is a proper and improper way to medicate. I assume it depends on the substance, etc, because some people need lots of medicine often, and this is required. Jeremiah 46:11 "Go up into Gilead, and take balm, O virgin, the daughter of Egypt: in vain shalt thou use many medicines; for thou shalt not be cured."


There are several preparation methods that I will briefly discuss. They can be ground up and added to high proof everclear for at least one month. This is called a tincture. Tinctures are stored in glass bottles with droppers. They should be stored in a cool, dark place. They have a very high shelf life. The other methods are teas and decoctions. A decoction is basically a tea that's been boiled with the plant matter for an extended period of time. A tea on the other hand, is just steeped in hot water for a few minutes. It's critical that you use grain alcohol instead of the wrong kind. Vodka and other stuff don't work and will create inferior product. A simple experiment with the two can show you how much better grain alcohol works than any thing else.


When you hear people chant the mantra "There's no scientific evidence to support that!", remember that it's not true most of the time. Rose hips are one of many plants that phytochemist have researched. So when someone tells you there's no science behind holistic medicine, remind them that there is a specific branch of chemistry that's dedicated to understanding plant based medicine, and It's called phytochemistry. Scientist deny the existence of God, because they are haters, and then try to steal his handywork and "improve upon it", which they never actually do, rather instead they merely destroy it. The number of medicinally active phytochemicals in nature isn't even something we could count. God knows how many there are though, as he also knows the number of the stars in the night sky and all their names.


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