Review Cherokee Rose Fruit Forms and Sizes of Bulk Herbs Below
Common Names: Rose Hips, Cherokee Rose Fruit, Rosefruit, Dog Rose, Haggebutt, Cherokee Rosehips Botanical Name: Rosa Laevigata Fruit Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Jin Ying Zi Cherokee Rose Fruit Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Cherokee Rose Fruit Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing
Cherokee Rose Fruit Benefits & Information
Cherokee Rose Fruit is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb used as a health tonic, secure essence, decrease urination, stop vaginal discharge and astringe intestines to stop diarrhea. Cherokee Rose Fruit support the digestive system, boost the immune system, promote circulatory health and benefit the skeletal system. It has strong antioxidant properties. Cherokee Rose Fruit Properties: Sour, Astringent, neutral Cherokee Rose Fruit Channels / Meridians: Bladder, Kidney, Lower Intestine, Spleen, Lungs Cherokee Rose Fruit Naturally Occurring Components: vitamin C, saponin glycosides, flavonoids, carotenoids, leucoanthocyanidins, catechins, malic acid, citric acid, tannins, resins, starch
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