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Rosehip, whose Latin name is 'Rosa Canina', is from the rose family. Its homeland is Western Asia and Anatolia. It grows in natural conditions in the Mediterranean, Marmara and Aegean regions of our country. In some regions, it is also known as Wild Rose, Sillan, Deligül, Gülburnu, Gülelması. There are many types. The color of its fragrant flowers can be white, pink, red and yellow depending on the type and growing conditions. It is a perennial shrub-like plant that grows vertically.

The fruits are striking with their bright red color and tiny egg-like appearance. The taste of these fruits is sour and sour. It can be used for rich flavors with its different aromas in almost all kinds of cakes, desserts, and pastries. Jam, marmalade, and compote are also made from rosehip fruits.

Rosehip was also used in perfume production in the Middle Ages, with the unique scent of its flowers. The plant was brought to Europe from China in the 1800s. In the Middle Ages, it is known as a symbol of good luck and strength. The burning of incense was believed to ward off bad luck. It has become a ritual to decorate the houses with rosehip flowers during the spring festivals.

From the rosehip plant; Rosehip tea, rosehip oil, rosehip spirit, rosehip cologne, rosehip tincture, rosehip extract, rosehip extract, rosehip cream, rosehip soap, and shampoo are produced.

A specialist should be consulted for therapeutic use.

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