Mass fraction of moisture in the dry extract is not more than 10%.
The mass fraction of moisture in the thick extract is not more than 50%.
Mass fraction of insoluble substances in water not more than 5%.
Mass fraction of organic acids in the dry extract (in terms of Apple), not less than 2.5%.
Mass fraction of organic acids in the thick extract (in terms of Apple), not less than 2.5%.
Mass fraction of ascorbic acid in dry extract, not less than 2.5%.
Mass fraction of ascorbic acid in the thick extract, not less than 2.5%.
Rosehip fruits are rich in ascorbic acid and are a powerful multivitamin. Vitamin C in rose hips more than in black currants and lemons. Preparations from berries is used to treat diseases caused by a lack of vitamins. Decoctions and infusions are drunk with beriberi and scurvy, with radiation sickness and bleeding, with infectious diseases and inflammatory processes. And also for the prevention of colds, as rosehip increases the body's resistance to infections, normalizes metabolism, increases efficiency, improves the nervous system.
Rosehip preparations lower blood cholesterol and are successfully used to treat atherosclerosis. It is recommended to drink an infusion of fresh and dried fruit with elevated pressure, with problems with vessels, as wild rose has a beneficial effect on the work of the cardiovascular system.
Rosehip has phytoncidic and bactericidal properties and helps in the fight against fungal diseases, viral infections, microbes. Decoctions and infusions are taken orally for infectious and colds, as well as externally washing purulent wounds, boils, make lotions, used for rinsing in diseases of the oral cavity, throat.
Rosehip fruits have anti-inflammatory, diuretic, choleretic and choleretic properties and are used to treat urolithiasis, cholecystitis, gallbladder diseases, diarrhea. Rosehip is also used for the treatment of joint diseases, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, since the substances included in the fruit contribute to the restoration of cartilage tissue, improve the mobility and flexibility of the joints, relieve pain. In folk medicine, tea, decoctions, infusions and tinctures are prepared from dry raw materials, which are used for tuberculosis, scarlet fever, typhoid and for the treatment of diseases of the internal organs – the stomach, intestines, liver, kidneys.
In pharmacology from the fruit cooking oil, syrups, mixtures, juice extracts, tablets. Rosehip fruits are part of the drug charges for the treatment of various ailments. Rosehip Berries are edible and are used in the food industry, of which jam, jam, marmalade, compotes and jelly are prepared, added to sweets, drinks, teas.