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Used Part.

The cinorrodones or hips and eventually leaves and flowers of Rosa canina L. or the Rosa L. Pendulina.

Used Part.

The cinorrodones or hips and eventually leaves and flowers of Rosa canina L. or the Rosa L. Pendulina.

Active Principles.

Abundant ascorbic acid (1 - 2%) vitamin A, aneurine, riboflavin, pectin, tannins (2 - 3%) organic acids: Gallic, citric, nicotinic, carotenoids, traces of essential oil of flavonoids and anthocyanins.

Drug Action.

Hips: Vitamin. The astringent tannins present an action, antidiarrheal. Flavonoids determine a diuretic action and vitamin Q: guard hair, venotónico.

The flowers give it a gentle laxative and tonic general.

The leaves are healing in external use.



Intervener in the prevention of influenza and colds, convalescence, asthenia spring.

Diarrhea, dyspepsia hiposecretoras. Capillary fragility, edema, varicose veins, haemorrhoids, arterial. States that require an increase in urine output: urinary disorders (cystitis, ureteritis, urethritis, oliguria, urolithiasis) hiperazotemia, hyperuricemia, gout, high blood pressure, edema, overweight accompanied by fluid retention.

Sheets, cinorrodones in topical use: wounds, skin ulcers, stomatitis, parodontopatías, pharyngitis, blefaroconjuntivitis.


Do not prescribe oral dosage forms with alcohol content to children under two years or consultants in the process of alcohol addiction.

Caution / Poisoning.

Take into account the alcohol content of the extract fluid from the dye and syrup.

Galenica forms / Dosage.

Internal use:

Infusion (leaves, flowers) 1 tablespoon per cup dessert, infuse 10 minutes, 3 or 4 cups a day.

Decoction (hips) 30 g / l, boil 2 minutes, three cups per day. As a diuretic: a liter a day.

Dust: 300 - 500 mg, one to three times a day.

Fluid extract (1: 1) 30 - 50 drops, one to three times a day.

Tincture (15) 50 - 100 drops 1 - 3 times a day.

Syrup (10% extract fluid) three tablespoons a day.

External use:

Infusion (leaves) 30 g / l, infuse 10 minutes. Apply in the form of compresses or washes.

Tincture (1 / 5) diluted to 30 or 50%, in towels or washed.

Extract hidroglicólico (1 / 5) gels or creams.


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