• Plays a valuable role in the maintenance of joint health
• One of nature’s richest sources of vitamin C
• Manufactured to strict EU standards that guarantee quality
• Exclusive EasyGest capsules for fast & effective digestion
What are rosehips?
Taken from the seeds of the wild rose plant, rosehips are naturally rich in vitamins, polyphenols and flavonoids. Each of these small red berries also contains 10 times more vitamin C than oranges.
A rich source of vitamin C
Vitamin C is often referred to as a free-radical scavenger as it helps to protect cells from the oxidative damage caused by free-radical molecules. The use of rosehips is backed by over 30 scientific studies. Many experts believe that rosehip supplements can play a valuable role in maintaining the integrity of joint cartilage and they are often teamed with Glucosamine Sulphate for optimum joint health.
Best-Value Rosehip 2000mg
Simply Supplements Super Strength Rosehip 2000mg is exclusively available in our 2-piece EasyGest capsules. These easy-to-swallow capsules are designed for fast and effective digestion into the body to ensure maximum effects. We choose to use standardised extracts in our rosehip supplement to ensure that each and every EasyGest capsule is consistently of the highest quality and potency.
Nutritional Information Per capsule
% EC RDA
Rosehip Extract 2000mg (20:1) standardised to 100mg 2000mg -
RDA = Recommended Daily Allowance, µg = Microgramme
mg = Milligram, IU = International Units
Other Ingredients: Maltodextrin, Magnesium Stearate, Gelatin, Titanium Dioxide.
A: Free from artificial additives and preservatives
L: Lactose free
W: Wheat free
F: Fish free
G: Gluten free
Y: Yeast free
Take one to three capsules daily as a food supplement or as directed by a healthcare professional. Store in a cool dry place. Keep away from children at all times. Do not use if the seal is broken.
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