Its intake favors the body's resistance to various diseases, especially bronchial and cold / flu problems. It improves enzymatic processes and is an excellent tissue restorative. In addition, its flavor, color and aroma make it an excellent culinary ingredient for sweet or savory preparations.
Rosehip has been used as a source of vitamin C in tea and other products for many years. The British Herbal Pharmacopoeia points out that rosehip has properties that can be used for gastritis, diarrhea, polydipsia and vitamin C deficiency.