My grandmother swore that rose hip tea could cure anything. Thanks for sharing!
i remember the day my sister came home from school and showed me how they made rose hip tea in class. if i remember it right, working with them was a little itchy and the tea needed a lot of sweetening. have not tried it again in a long, long time. i would like to, now that you brought it up, but unfortunately we don't have these plants in our area. but i took many pictures of them when i went back home, especially by the beach in denmark!thanks for sharing the link, it has some interesting info!
that is amazing. i had no idea.
I grew up on rose hip tea but had no idea it was so good for me! I'll have to go back to drinking it!
Thanks for sharing. Now I have learned something too! I had heard that Rose Hips were beneficial, but I had no idea you could harvest them from roses grown in the garden. Great info.
Life would be so boring if we didn't learn something every day. I just learned something by reading your blog ;-) I had no idea rose hip tea was so good for the health
and what will you be making with yours???
Fascinating. I have used rose hips for a cough, like dill -- they're bronchodialators (spelling?). Thanks for that link. I love that stuff..
Rose hips such a wonder.
The things we learn! Thanks for the info!!
Rose hip syrup on pancakes sounds wonderful! But the tea is probably healthier I guess. My tutu has a HUGE Acerola tree in her front yard and we used to eat the really ripe ones straight off the tree, but you have to wait until they're super ripe because otherwise they're sour and bitter. Problem is...you're competing with the birds for the sweet ripe ones and those birds usually get them first. Acerola is high in Vit. C too...I wonder if I could treat them as rose hips and make tea or syrup? Thanks for stoking my interest!
Beautiful photo. Thank you for the info my dear! My first hot tea as a child, besides Tetley, was rose hip tea served in a china cup by a woman named L. Derryberry. I love that tea. Thank you for bringing back that sweet memory.xoxo
How neat to be able to harvest that. I don't think I've tried rose hip tea. I'll Google it.