Wild roses are undeniably most beautiful when they are in bloom, but their beauty does not end when the petals fall off, but continues into the beauty of the fruit, called dog roses. Dog roses have been used for medicinal purposes since the Middle Ages. Its effects are not backed by medical research, but healers rely on folk tradition and experience. In ancient Rome, rosehip tea was offered to the gods, and it also played a key role during the Second World War and in times of scarcity, as it is an important source of vitamin C. Even today, thanks to its incredible health benefits, rosehip is not only used for rosehip tea but also, together with rose petals, in jams, syrups, and various drinks. Rosehip berries are picked in October and November, mainly on forest paths, but also on riverbanks, meadows and groves. The dog roses have also found their place in aromatherapy, where the essence of the wild rose has a beneficial effect on mood.
  • Size: height 12 cm, width 7 cm
  • Material: Ceramics
  • In a gift bag with an attached certificate
  • Designed with love for details
  • An ideal gift for flower lovers and admirers of wild roses and rose hips