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Originally posted by H1ght3chHippie
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Some people use rose hip as a source of vitamin C. It is true that fresh rose hip contains vitamin C. But processing and drying of the plant destroys most of the vitamin C.
There is as much vitamin C in a cup of rosehip pulp as in 40 oranges.
Originally posted by SoymilkAlaska
reply to post by avatard
well technically, i didn't mean it like a brand, i meant the type...
i heard there was this "chelated vitamin c"
that was better or something?
i don't know much.