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Rosa Davurica Pallas

What is the Rosa davurica pallas?
Rosa davurica pallas is still a strange name for us, but it has been established as one of the familiar plants for Americans and Europeans because from long ago it has been used widely in daily life. It is popular as a garden tree for its flowers and as source plants providing the best natural vitamins.
The Rosa davurica pallas is desirable both in visual aspect and nutritional qualities in the stressful modern life. It is helpful to think of this as a kind of rose or wild rose well-known to us. 
A class of wild rose including Rosa davurica pallas was among flowering plants present at the end of the Cretaceous before human beings appeared on Earth about five hundred thousand years ago. Rosa davurica pallas is also called Jamingwa, Sanjamin, and Jaminjangbi in China.

Usage of Rosa davurica pallas
Wild rose was used medicinally from Babylonian Empire, ancient Greece, and Rome, and chiefly the flowers and fruits were used.  It contains every vitamin C,A,B,E,K,P, Nicotinic Acid, amide, Organic Acids, tannin, etc. in the flowers, leaves, and fruits of wild rose.

Also sour and sweet Rose Hip Tea is enjoyed in most European countries to ingest vitamin C and is popular as wrinkle removing compress for women.  Besides it is possible to drink for health or to make jam after boiling and filtering the fruits. In fact when we travel to America or Europe we realize that natural vitamin Rose Hip is displayed in a pharmacy or a health food store. This product made from Rosa davurica pallas is considered a kind of natural vitamin supplement. In the Western Countries vitamin goods are used commonly in every household compensating for the shortages of an unhealthy diet.

Ingredients of Rosa davurica pallas
The fruits and leaves of Rosa davurica pallas contain vitamin C 20-50 times as much as lemons, b-Carotene 8-10 times as much as carrots and vitamins B2, K, pectin, tannin and Catechin which is extracted and has outstanding antioxidant effects from the fruits, leaves, roots, and trunk of Rosa davurica pallas.

Efficacy of Rosa davurica pallas
It is known that oil abstracted from the seeds has the effect on staving off skin senility, Catechin abstracted from trunk and root has strong antioxidant properties, removing free radicals which cause arteriosclerosis, and preventing and curing cancer, and other adult diseases.

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