Treatment with folk remedies plays a significant role not only in alternative medicine, therefore, very often, some herbs are prescribed for the treatment of diseases in traditional medicine. For example, cinnamon rosehip is considered one of the most effective remedies for stomach and duodenal ulcers, gynecological diseases, atherosclerosis, and a variety of diseases that are accompanied by the loss of vitamin C.
Cinnamon rose hips are also called wild rose in the common people. In nature, this plant grows mainly on the banks of reservoirs and rivers, loves light and is absolutely undemanding to the soil. That is why cinnamon rose hips are very common for growing on homesteads. And although it is very often planted somewhere on the outskirts, the flowering of this bush looks gorgeous even under the fence. To care for rose hips, there is no need to adhere to certain rules, it is quite undemanding and grows well in normal natural conditions. It should be noted the increased cold resistance of this plant, so it takes root in many regions of our country.
Plants are planted in small bushes, which begin to bear fruit in the second year after rooting. The cinnamon rosehip bush lends itself perfectly to pruning and shaping, so this plant can become a worthy decoration for any garden, vegetable garden and even a small courtyard.
In caring for a plant for 4-5 years after planting, it is necessary to fertilize the rosehip with organic and mineral fertilizers and then the rosehip will bear useful fruits even more generously.