Rosehips grow in the south of Chile high in the Andes, near the ocean where there are low temperatures. The bright red rose hip fruit ripens from March through to June. Harvesters leave around 30% of the fruit on a bush to allow natural proliferation. Rosehips are harvested by hand. They are then dried in a heat air dryer. 5kgs of fresh Rosehip is equal to 1kg of dried Rosehips. Rosehip grows best in wild and remote areas.
- Other than tea, you can use the whole rosehips to make syrup for your pancakes or waffles. All you need to do is take 1 cup of the rosehips, 1/2 cup honey and heat and stir it gently. One the honey disolves, you can store it in the refrigerator.
- You can also use dried whole rosehips to make delicious jams and jellies.
For making Rosehip tea, use 1 tablespoon with 1 cup of hot water. Steep for 10 - 15 minutes.
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