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Wholesale Organic Dried Rose Hips Fruit and Rose Hip Oil

We can provide the Rose Hip fruit as the Supplier, manufacturer, wholesaler, and exporter this healing fruit at the best price to the exporters of this product.

During the harvest season, the Maleki Commercial, equipped with specialized training for workers provided by experts, engages in harvesting activities across regions such as Azerbaijan, Kurdistan, Khorramabad, and Ardebil. The pure and organic rose hip fruit, cultivated by local indigenous farmers, undergoes careful drying in the shade. Subsequently, it is precisely packaged in standardized bundles of 10, 20, or 30 g units, using triple-layered bags with premium packaging materials. These packaged products are then stored in local warehouses (product storage in the harvesting area to obtain the desired quality according to the geographical conditions of plant growth) in compliance with hygiene and quality principles.

Botanical characteristics

Rose Hip (Rosa Canina) is a shrub, ranging from 1 to 4 m in height, erect or spreading. It is covered with thorns, which are typically curved or needle-like, mostly uniform, and irregularly scattered on the trunk.

Thorns on the main branches are flat and curved, with a broad base, whereas on flowering branches, they are shorter and more numerous.

The leaflets are 30 to 45 mm long, arranged in groups of 5 to 7. They are ovate or oval, rarely lanceolate, with a sharp or pointed tip and a round or wedge-shaped base.

Furthermore, leaflets are smooth or slightly wrinkled on the underside, with two surfaces or only the lower surface being smooth, occasionally glandular-wrinkled.

The flowers are fragrant, with white or pink petals, solitary or in small clusters, with a diameter of 35 to 45 mm. The sepals are lobed, reflexed after flowering, often falling after fruit ripening. Flowering occurs from April to June.

The fruit is spherical or oval, smooth, or with glandular-wrinkled pedicels.

Initially, the fruit is light red and then turns dark red when fully ripe. Notably, its fruit is known as Cynorrhodon.

Cynorrhodon is situated beneath the sepals of this plant and prevents bleeding.

Taking 8 g of it with water helps with diarrhea, strengthens the uterus, and treats uterine infections and dampness.

Medicinal parts

 

– Flower

– Leaf

– Fruit

Geographical distribution

Plant Names

– Scientific: Rosa Canina L.

– English: Dog Rose, Rose Hip

– French: Rosier Des Chiens

– Arabic: ثمرة النسرین

– Persian: نسترن، گل سرخ بری، ورد احمر بری، وردالکلب

Distribution in Iran

Rose Hip (Rosa Canina) grows wild in various forested, pastures, shrubland, and garden margins in the provinces of Azerbaijan, Ardebil, Mazandaran, Gilan, Kurdistan, and Tehran.

Global distribution

This plant grows in Iran, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Lesotho (in North Africa), and Iraq.

Chemical composition of Rose Hip fruit

Citric acid
Malic acid
Ascorbic acid
Amino acid
Mucilage
Carotene
Tannin
Vitamin C
Vitamin B1
Vitamin B2
  Vitamin B3
Vitamin A1
  Vitamin K
  Fiber
Pectin
Tocopherol
Quercetin
Routine
Kaempferol
  Essential oil
Sugar

 

Exporting Rose Hip fruit herbal tea

The utilization of herbal and fruit teas has become widespread in various countries worldwide, leading to a transformation in the production, processing, and packaging of herbal teas across the globe.

Herbal teas, derived from steeping the stems, roots, flowers, leaves, and fruits of medicinal plants, have been used since ancient times for treating ailments, even in ancient civilizations.

The herbal tea industry has led to advances in the cultivation, processing, and packaging of medicinal plants. In addition, there are large areas around the world, particularly in Asia and Africa, that are available for the cultivation of indigenous medicinal plants due to the suitable climate, soil, and favorable conditions.

In regions with unsuitable climates for plant cultivation, manufactures and investors have established specialized greenhouses and adopted hydroponic cultivation to overcome climate-related challenges.

Exports and imports of rose hip fruit have significantly contributed to the world of medicinal plants’ commerce.

Rose Hip fruit is utilized in the cosmetic, pharmaceutical, and food industries in most countries, providing substantial added value for processors.

Maleki Commercial is an exporter of Rose Hip fruits and herbal teas to markets in Russia, Poland, Antigua and Barbuda, Togo, Montserrat, the United States, and Canada.

For purchasing organic rose hip fruit in bulk, with competitive pricing and top-notch quality and packaging, feel free to reach out to us via WhatsApp or email.

 

Background of Rose Hip fruit

The wild Rose Hip fruit has been used as an herbal tea since ancient times.

Its remarkable properties were first discovered by Pliny the Elder, who used it to treat wounds and ailments caused by dog bites, hence its alias “Dog Rose.”

Ibn Sina, the renowned Persian polymath (980-1037 AD), and author of “The Canon of Medicine,” and “The Book of Healing” the most significant medical reference books that were taught in European scientific centers for nearly 700 years, mentioned this plant as a useful medicinal herb for improving oral wounds, naming it “Dog Rose.”

In ancient times, people often used a poultice made from the boiled roots of the wild Rose Hip plant, commonly known as “dog rose”,” as a remedy for bites. This poultice was applied to the affected area to prevent the onset of the disease.

 

Medicinal properties of Rose Hip fruit and leaves

The temperament of Rose Hip  fruit is warm and dry, possessing the following properties:

– Diuretic

– Analgesic

– Antidiabetic

Antiscorbutic

– Antidiarrheal

Antiparasitic

– Calming

– Sedative

– Kidney stone expulsion

– Stomach strengthening

– Immune system booster

– Bone fracture healing

– Hemorrhoid relief

– Skin softening and rejuvenation

– Reduction of uric acid

– Gout treatment

– Burn treatment

– Relief of stomach muscle contractions

The decoction of the leaves and flowers of this plant is used for washing wounds, ulcers, and sores. The petals are used to produce essential oil and rose water.

The fruit also strengthens the body’s resistance to disease, stimulates the production of red blood cells, strengthens the body’s defenses against viruses, and helps in the treatment of urinary tract infections.

Method of use

Boil 50 g of the fruit in water (1L) for 10 minutes, then consume. (Boiling Rose Hip  fruit for more than 10 min leads to loss of its vitamin C content)

Derived products from Rose Hip  fruit

Rose Hip oil

– Rose Hip water (Rosewater)

– Rose Hip extract

– Rose Hip syrup

– Rose Hip fruit marmalade

– Rose Hip fruit compote

Uses of Rose Hip oil in the pharmaceutical industry

The extract obtained from Rose Hip fruit is utilized in producing tablets for both body health and skin beauty. In European countries, tablets under the name “Rose Hip” are produced and distributed in 120-count packaging.

These tablets are beneficial for vegetarians as they are rich in vitamin C and help maintain skin health and elasticity by promoting cartilage formation. One tablet is equivalent to 5000 mg of Rose Hip fruit.

Another high-value tablet produced from rose hip fruit in Europe is the “Bio Tonic Bloss Organic Rose Hip Extract,” priced at 20 Euros. This tablet is produced from wild organic rose hip fruit extract and is specifically designed for vegans to boost their immune system and skin health.

Another miraculous product derived from this plant is a powder called “Rose Hip Vital Canine For Your Dog,” produced for dogs in Europe.

This powder, devoid of wheat, dairy, sugar, lactose, preservatives, and additives, helps alleviate joint pain and enhances the immune system of dogs suffering from chronic inflammation.

Uses of Rose Hip oil in cosmetics and personal care industries

Rose Hip oil has been used for centuries by indigenous people in Latin America, particularly in Chile.

Extracts from rose hip fruit and leaves are utilized in producing various cosmetic and personal care products such as vitamin C creams, moisturizers, anti-aging creams, lipsticks, perfumes, air fresheners, and so on.

Organic extracts from wild rose hip fruit have been used by brands to produce various rejuvenating face creams. One such brand is Faroma, which has created a face-rejuvenating cream using extracts from Rose Hip (Rosa Canina). This brand is highly popular in Poland. Another product derived from Rose Hip oil is the “Around Me Rose Hip Perfume Hair Oil,” designed to care for dry and undernourished hair, retaining moisture and preventing dryness and roughness.

“Rosa Mosqueta” body massage oil is one of the renowned and popular oils made from rose hip fruit, highly favored in the United States.

It is used for facial and body massages, promoting skin rejuvenation.

Benefits of Rose Hip Fruit Oil

– Skin rejuvenation

– Wrinkle reduction

– Anti-aging

– Healing damaged skin tissue

– Dandruff treatment

– Skin moisturization

– Dry skin treatment

– Hair dryness treatment

– Skin hydration

– Skin acne treatment

– Collagen production

– Eczema and psoriasis treatment

– Acne and scar removal

– Postpartum skin crack treatment

– Skin whitening

Collagen making

 

In Switzerland, a fermented barley water yeast drink made from the Cynorrhodon of Rose Hip fruit is produced, which is rich in vitamin C. This drink is exported to various countries.

Rose Hip  fruit jam

From rose hip fruit, an organic dietary marmalade is produced for vegans, using stevia leaves (a natural and herbal sweetener). This marmalade is exported to various countries and is highly favored due to its use of natural and organic sweeteners.

Another type of jam made from this fruit is prepared with sugar, which is highly popular, especially among children. Some producers use natural coconut sugar instead of industrial sugar to preserve the properties of this jam.

The United States, England, Belgium, Russia, and Afghanistan are the largest importers of Rose Hip fruit jam.

Rose Hip fruit compote

What is Compote?

The term “compote” is derived from the Greek word Conservar, meaning to preserve.

Compote is a type of sweet dessert made from cooking pieces of fruits such as cherries, pineapples, apples, berries, pears, etc., with sugar. After cooking, it is preserved in sterilized cans, which is a method used to preserve and extend the shelf life of fruits.

History of compote

This method was invented by Nicolas Appert, a Frenchman, between 1803 and 1815 AD. During this period, the French government, under the rule of Napoleon Bonaparte, was engaged in wars with its allies against the variable forces of the coalition.

At that time, the French government faced many difficulties in providing nourishment for its troops and allies, requiring foodstuffs with long-term preservation capabilities. A prize of 12,000 francs was offered for the solution to this problem.

Appert, who worked in a distillery, experimented with various methods to solve this problem and eventually succeeded in discovering the method of canning.

In 1804, he sent his first canned goods, packaged in glass containers and boiled at 100 °C, to supply the sailors of a ship.

After successful experimentation with his canned goods, he presented them to the National Institute of Industries of France. After 8 months of testing, the canned goods were sent to the Gilosac Institute. Various scientific tests were then carried out and finally, the absence of oxygen in the canned goods and its safety were confirmed.

Rose Hip compote, made from sugar, lemon, ginger, and optionally honey or stevia, has high demand in the export market for compotes. Each factory competes with others by adding different ingredients to its Rose Hip compote recipe.

The countries that import the highest amounts of Rose Hip compote are the United States, South Korea, and Russia, while South Korea, Spain, and Uzbekistan are the leading exporters of Rose Hip compote.

 

Export of organic dried Rose Hip fruit

Malaki Commercial Company is one of the largest suppliers of organic wild Rose Hip fruit. After collection and drying using hygienic methods and shading, the best quality Rose Hip fruit is stored in sterilized warehouses and packaged in 5, 10, 20, and 25 kg bags. You can choose the type and weight of packaging according to your preferences.

Malaki Commercial exports organic Rose Hip fruit to countries such as Poland, Togo, Spain, Georgia, Aruba, Russia, the United States, and England. Customers can receive the best quality organic dried Rose Hip fruit with standard packaging, quality assurance, and satisfaction in terms of FCA, EXW, and CIF.

You can contact our experts on WhatsApp for bulk purchases.

Supplier of organic dried Rose Hip whole fruit

Malaki Commercial is one of the largest suppliers of organic wild Rose Hip fruit, exporting over 1000 tons annually to Europe, America, and Asia.

With a decade of experience in supplying, production, and export of medicinal plants, this company demonstrates customer-centricity and quality preservation of its products at competitive prices.

By purchasing from Malaki Commercial, customers receive the best products with the highest quality in the shortest time, from farm to home. The company’s mission is to produce and process medicinal plants from farm to home safely.

Price of dried Rose Hip fruit

Price is the first factor that influences customers’ purchasing decisions. The pricing strategies of our products are based on the needs of buyers and consumers.

Different brands offer dried Rose Hip fruit, with Elisso Sky being a brand that has maintained its rank among medicinal plant exporters for ten years by providing organic and healthy products.

The prices of Elisso Sky products are competitive, and despite their high quality, they are competitive compared to competitors’ products.

Elisso Sky’s pricing strategy is customer-centric, prioritizing customer needs. The company has a dynamic system for analyzing and evaluating customer needs. Pricing in this company is not only competitive but also dynamic and value-oriented, adjusting prices based on supply-demand dynamics and customer needs.

Wholesale dried Rose Hip whole fruit

Malaki Commercial offers organic products aimed at providing healthy products without harmful fertilizers and pesticides to end consumers. By adhering to production, drying, processing, and packaging standards, the company delivers healthy products to customers, garnering many loyal customers in various countries worldwide.

For bulk purchases of organic dried Rose Hip fruit, you can contact our experts on WhatsApp and email.

Supplier, manufacturer, and wholesale of Rose Hip seed oil

Malaki Commercial, as a manufacturer of organic Rose Hip seed oil using advanced industrial machinery, produces oil with high levels of active ingredients. This oil is purchased by cosmetic, perfume, and pharmaceutical companies. Our ten-year sales history reflects the quality and satisfaction of our customers.

Supplier, Manufacturer, Wholesaler &Exporter Organic Rose HipOil ( Rosa Canina Oil )

Supplier, Manufacturer, Wholesaler &Exporter Organic Rose HipOil ( Rosa Canina Oil )

Exporter of organic and pure Rose Hip oil

Malaki Commercial is an exporter of the highest quality Rose Hip oil, exporting to countries such as Russia, Turkey, Germany, Georgia, and Togo. You can purchase the best quality Rose Hip oil from us with quality assurance, regardless of their location worldwide. For bulk purchases of Rose Hip oil, you can contact our experts on WhatsApp and email. Our motto is customer satisfaction from production to consumption.

 

Wholesale Organic &Pure Rose Hip Oil ( Rosa Canina Oil )

Wholesale Organic &Pure Rose Hip Oil ( Rosa Canina Oil )

Supplier of organic and pure Rose Hip oil

If you need pure, organic Rose Hip oil with the highest quality and active ingredients, you can purchase this product from our collection with quality assurance and customer satisfaction. You can receive it without limitations in Asia, America, Europe, Africa, Australia, or anywhere else in the world, in terms of EXW, CIF, FCA, and more.

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