As a water-soluble nutrient, Vitamin C helps fight the cell-damaging free radicals that can lead to oxidative stress and the premature agi ng of cells.
Vitamin C also promotes immune system health. An extract of rose hip without its seeds, contains pure Vitamin C (ascorbic acid).
Most of the rose hip supplement preparations used on the market today are combined with vitamin C in one form or another. The use of the two together has been shown to enhance the over all affect, mostly because of what rose hips contains.
Rose hips contain supporting substances called bioflavonoids such as rutin, hesperidin and much more which in turn, makes the absorption of Vitamin C in the body much easier.
Adding rose hips to a product like this only enhances it; it can help to prevent skin wrinkling and will strengthen the blood vessels reducing the body's ability to bruise.
Adults can take one or two tablets daily with a meal.
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