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Homemade Suffolk RoseHip Cordial 500ml

Homemade Suffolk RoseHip Cordial 500ml

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LAUNCHING ROSEHIP CORDIAL....

So I have been teasing you all over the last couple of weeks with the launch of another’Going back to Mother Nature Product’ called Suffolk RoseHip Cordial.
Like the Elderberry Syrup, this is another supplement you can incorporate into your daily food intake. This is highly concentrated & extremely sweet, so you could have take this neat or simply dilute it with a drink of your choice. Drink it like everyday cordial, I would recommend something like fizzy water or lemonade. Alternatively, you can drizzle it over your favourite cereal, pancakes,ice-cream, milky desserts or even over your teatime scones....

History of Rose hip -
Rose hips remained listed in the official British Pharmacopoeia well into the 1930s and were considered an overall cooling tonic, an astringent, a soothing remedy for sore throats and one of the best sources of vitamin C.
During the Second World War when food, especially fruit, was scarce, rose hip syrup was given to children because of its high vitamin C content to help protect them against infection.

This beautiful recipe includes all nature ingredients which is stated below...


Ingredients List

  • Water
  • RoseHips (12.5%)
  • Sweetener (Erythritol)


    Instructions

    Highly concentrated - 1 part RoseHip to 10 part Diluted with water or to taste (either hot or cold), fizzy water or try it with lemonade for a refreshing drink.

     

    Suitable for Vegetarians. If you feel there is a Ingredient that will upset any allergies you may have, then please seek medical advise from your GP)

     

    Not suitable for Vegans & Babies under 1 year (honey)

    Please note if you wish to try this Syrup but concerned about the ‘Honey’ ingredient (ie if you with to give it to babies or Vegan), then we can replace this element with coconut sugar or maple syrup. Then it will be suitable for your Bonny Babies under 1 year.