Hawthorn and rose hips are very similar in appearance, but at the same time, these plants are different in their nature and effect on humans. They differ in shape, size of leaves, flowers, fruits, and also have various medicinal properties.
Since the berries of these two plants are often confused, it makes sense to understand in more detail how to distinguish them from each other.
Rosehip and hawthorn berries are somewhat similar in appearance, but inside the rosehip, there is a fibrous seed capsule with several small seeds, while the hawthorn has soft fruits with one stone. The rosehip berry is covered with small stiff bristles, rough to the touch, and the surface of the hawthorn fruit is even and smooth.
Rosehip differs from hawthorn in appearance, small maximum height, and thinner needles on the branches. In terms of valuable properties, cultures have a lot in common. At the same time, the main difference between the wild rose is the increased content of vitamin C in the fruit.
Rosehip oil is used in capsules for an additional source of Omega-3, Omega-6 and vitamin E fatty acids. Recommendations for use: adults and children over 14 years of age, 2 capsules 1-3 times a day with meals.
Rosehip is a plant that has a huge benefit, so, rosehip oil is very effective for improving the condition of hair, skin and nails; as well as helps to cope with many conditions and maintain overall health. Regular intake of rosehip oil capsules as prescribed by a healthcare professional will restore your strength and vigor.