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Wonderful properties of the western flower

 Fragrance, Medicinal Properties of Fragrance, Medicinal Fragrance Edible Fragrance does not cause any poisoning

The Benefits of Fruits
The plant is a small shrub with a maximum height of 3 meters and leaves with five to seven densely oval-shaped leaves and flowers in mud (pale red), white to mud or white.

This beautiful and fragrant flower is rich in medicinal properties, in addition to a special edible paste that can replace pomegranate paste for use in foods; the following is an introduction to this flower and its properties.

Western flower
Dog rose or scientific rose rosa canina, also known in ancient books as Nasrin, Nestor and Nester, is a small shrub that grows on the margins of forests, wells and water pits; The interior has delicate and thin fibers that enclose the nuts in the jug, the nectar flower is car-driven in most parts of Iran, and the part used is the aforementioned jugs, known as hips.

The use of rosemary (R. canina hips) fruit was common in the Middle Ages and was once used by the general public for chest diseases; the fruit, also called roses or roses, is a natural source of vitamin C, It has been widely used in natural vitamin supplements, tea and various other products such as soup and marmalade. Although historically considered a dietary supplement, they have also been used as a laxative and diuretic. Previously, rose fruit was used as a nutritious drink for children as well as for flavoring in tea and jam.

Nitrogen Flower Compounds
The fresh fruit of the western flower (rosewood) contains 0.5 to 1.7% of vitamin C, which is a combination of ascorbic acid and hydrocarbic acid; the amount of vitamin C in the dried fruit market may vary, in an experiment with Chromatography and chromatography were performed, and the reduction of vitamin C was found to depend on the amount of crushing and particulate matter of the fruit. For example, if the fruit was only halved, the amount of vitamin C in it was halved after one and a half years, However, if shattered, after six months, it will lose 100 percent of its vitamin C content.

Some sources of roses are the richest source of Vitamin C: citrus 50 mg, raw broccoli and kiwi around 100 mg, some tropical vegetables 200 to 300 mg, rose fruit 1250 mg, acerola 1000 to 2330 mg and The marjoram contains 3150 mg per 100 grams of vitamin C; the fruit of this flower has 20 times the lemon vitamin C.

The fruit of the rose petal also contains vitamins A1, B1, B2, B3 and K; other compounds of this fruit are pectin (11%), tattoos (2 to 3%), citric and malic acid, flavonoids, Yellow and red pigments especially carotenoids, vanillin, essential oils and sugars can be named.

Cognitive and Important Effects of Fruits
Vitamin C is a nutritional supplement and is used as an anti-ascorbic; the flower can be used to compensate for this deficiency; unfortunately, as a large amount of vitamin C may be lost when drying or preparing a crop from dried flowers, Some synthetic vitamin C is added to these products, which is not mentioned on the packaging; if the fruit of this plant is freshly consumed, it has a large amount of vitamin that is absorbed directly into the body, the fruit of which is diuretic and laxative. To reduce thirst, reduce gastric inflammation as well as flavor, as well as jam Used. It is lax due to malic acid, citric acid, purgative glucosides, such as multifluorine A and B and pectin.

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Toxicity and Adverse Effects of Western Fruits
Oral consumption of Nutrition does not cause any poisoning and 100 grams of it contains more than 1200 mg of Vitamin C; low doses have no side effects and no reports of long and long consumption; In Europe, such as Commission E, the effects of consuming large quantities of this unknown fruit have been reported.

Of course, workers who are constantly exposed to nostril flowers may develop tenderness and respiratory problems; some of these complications are, in fact, not allergies, but rather small nostrils of flower-like flowers that cause skin mechanical irritations on the skin.

How and how to consume the western flower
Spread 1 to 3 tablespoons chopped fruit in boiling water and let stand for 15 to 20 minutes, then smooth and consume; this can be repeated three times a day and can be weighed up to 12 Warm up.

The most important properties of the western flower
Analgesic, anti-diarrhea, antioxidant, laxative, diuretic, hypoglycemic, laxative, lipoxygenase inhibitor, nourishing and anti-worm nourishing and warm and dry. It is high in vitamin C and its dried fruit cannot be stored for more than a year.

The fruit should be used during the recovery of the plant; For gum discomfort and toothache, decoction of this herb; to relieve the weakness in the body of decoction of the plant.