Antiox + C Rosehip Honey
Antiox + C Rosehip Honey
'Antiox + C Honey' is made with sweet, sour, and nutritious rosehips, slow-infused into Canadian organic honey.
Like the other Rtemisia Infused Honeys, this honey can be added to herbal teas (especially during cold and flu season) and to other food items (i.e. eaten with cheese or baked goods) or eaten on its own. This product has the additional benefit, along with the delicious taste, of providing a potent source of antioxidants, including the immune-stimulating antioxidant Vitamin C.
100g of rosehip contains 5x the amount of Vitamin C than the average orange. Antioxidants protect the body cells from free-radical damage (damage to cells thus causing dis-ease and ill health). Rose hips also contain vitamins A, D, and E, flavonoids, and iron, and they help support healthy collagen formation in the skin, tissues, joints, and bones.
Actions: Immune-stimulant, Anti-inflammatory, Antinociceptive (reducing sensitivity to pain and protecting against harmful stimuli)
Adult dose: Used as a food product, eat as needed.
Children dose: NOT FOR USE BY CHILDREN under 2 as this is a honey product.
Herbs: Rosehips* (Rosa canina) (*organic, g/f, v)
Certified Organic Canadian Honey
Ratio 1:1 (hips to honey)
*Note: Rtemisia Infused Honey's may come in different packaging than advertised, but will be the same MLS or grams purchased (always 120ml)
Cautions: Consult a medical professional about interactions with pharmaceutical medications. NOT FOR USE BY CHILDREN under age 2 as this is a honey product.
Storage: Store in a cool dark place, expiry is outlined on the jar.
Pairing Products: 'Miso honey', 'Rose Petal Honey', all Rtemisia products
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