Rose hips are medicinal because they contain L-ascorbic acid, which is one of the components of vitamin C. Per 100 g there are 1700-2000 mg of vitamin C. It is also rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, D, E, K, P, iron, magnesium, manganese, sodium, phosphorus, sulfur, pectins, tannins, sugars, fruit acids, mineral salts, flavonoids, carotenoids and so on. Scientific research has shown that vitamin C is not lost by cooking pomegranates, but its amount increases. It decreases only after six months. This tea is not only medicinal, but also has a pleasant taste and smell. Therefore it is good for: Treating colds and strengthening the immune system; Treating hemorrhoids and stomach cramps; Treating diarrhea, as it has a laxative effect and soothes irritated intestinal mucosa; Excreting excess fluid, as it has diuretic properties; Fighting bacteria and infections; Eliminating fatigue, malaise and anemia; Blood purification; preventing the formation of sand in the kidneys and urinary tract; cleansing the kidneys and urinary tract of toxins; lowering cholesterol levels, as it is rich in pectin, which regulates digestion; helping to lose weight, as it produces a feeling of satiety and breaks down fat; stopping bleeding from the stomach, intestines and lungs; relieving pain during the menstrual cycle; Relieving rheumatic pain; Relieving headaches, toothaches, dizziness and migraines; Improving mood and awakening; Improving blood circulation; Improving liver function, its cleansing and detoxification; Strengthening the digestive tract; Skin care; Rejuvenating the organism; Hormone regulation; Cleansing the respiratory system; Potency – this is a common opinion and there are no scientific studies that confirm it; pregnant women, because they suffer from water retention; nursing mothers, because vitamin C passes into the milk and makes the baby healthier and more resistant; for babies, but under medical supervision; diabetics, because the sugar content is low.