Rosehip is a plant that benefits the body by improving the functioning of organs and strengthening the immune system. So, rosehip is a champion in the content of vitamins A and C. It contains B vitamins and vitamin PP. It contains vitamins E and K, as well as sugar, pectins, tannins, minerals (iron, manganese, potassium and calcium salts). The seeds contain essential oils and weak fatty acids. In general, rosehip has a wide range of medicinal properties. The main ones are: tonic, sedative, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, hemostatic, astringent, urinary and choleretic, vasoconstrictor, helps in the production of red blood cells, lowers blood pressure. The plant is a powerful antioxidant, and the condition of the skin, hair, youthfulness of the body, as you know, depends on these substances. In addition, the low calorie content of dry berries allows you to use decoctions even with a strict diet. The benefits of rose hips are incredibly great. That is why our drinks contain a very large amount of useful substances.
Chamomile is one of the most valuable medicinal plants. It has anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic and mild antimicrobial effects, reduces fermentation processes in the intestines, and increases the secretion of the digestive glands.
The essential oil in chamomile improves the function of the gastrointestinal tract. Flavonoids have an antispasmodic effect on the smooth muscles of the bile ducts, intestines, blood vessels and ureters, increase the outflow of bile, prevent stagnation of bile in the gallbladder, prevent the formation of stones, and facilitate bile secretion.
Chamomile is an intestinal eubiotic. Chamomile decoction has an antimicrobial, antiviral, fungistatic effect, which was the basis for the use of chamomile preparations in the fight against pathogenic microorganisms.
The antiviral properties of chamomile help with colds: they speed up recovery, reduce symptoms and relieve inflammation of the mucosa.