Excellent!Every year October through March I make rosehip tea, to nourish myself and kids with natural vitamins. I put 1 teaspoon of rosehips per cup of hot water and let it stay in thermos for 4-8 hours. Then I use coffee filter paper and strainer to filter out healthy drink into cups. These rosehips are the best, they make very nice tea.
I ordered these cut organic Rose Hips to use in my daily nutrition tea, they are a natural bio-available form of vitamin c....happy to have fond such a good product very well priced too! The bag is large and will last a long time! Seems to me to be of good quality and tastes great!
The rosehip tea made with this is very very good and refreshing. It's a little sour, and then there is a subtle sweet floral note. I use just boiled water to steep this or else I can't get the full flavor. I imagine it's even better brewed. Adding a little honey to the tea makes it even better. I bought the rosehip berries because they are high in vitamin c and good for health, as I read online. The bulk size is great as it will last me a long time.
I love the health benefit of these cut and sifted seedless rosehips for one of my calming Spring! Fling! tea. I make a batch every other day or so to get the benefit of wellness. This product combined with raspberry, hibiscus, blueberry and a bit of oatstraw is a lively combination for a boost of vitamin c and a calming tea for "those" days when everything seems to come undone as soon as it is done. ;)
great tasting Rosehip Shells, good colour & gentle on the tummy. I simply soak 1tblspn or so of Rosehip shells in a large glass of water for a few hours or overnight then strain & drink to obtain the most benefit from the Vit C & bioflavonoids which Rosehips are rich in. Very good quality product :)) Thankyou!