The pain-relieving properties of rosehip, which has previously been linked to reduced inflammation in osteoarthritis, have been suggested for decades. Now scientists have found that powder made from a wild variety of rosehip, Rosa canina, is better at reducing pain in patients than paracetamol. Read more
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Rosehip "Better than Painkillers" for Arthritis
A new study says that rosehip could be more effective than pain medications for easing the pain of arthritis sufferers.