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Traditional Health

07 Nov 2021
Traditional Health

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Rosehip (Rosa canina) for treating osteoarthritis: a Cochrane review

Introduction: Rosa canina (R.canina) is a promising medicinal plant which has been used orally to manage osteoarthritis (OA) pain and stiffness symptoms. This systematic review evaluates the benefits and harms of R. canina fruit for the treatment of OA symptoms in adults.

Co-Authors:

Dr Nadia Corp - Research Fellow - Keele University
Dr Jonathan G Quicke - Academic Clinical Lecturer - Keele University
Dr Beth Stuart - Associate Professor - University of Southampton
Dr Lily Lai - Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Jade Screen Project
Dr Jeanne Trill - Postdoctoral Research Fellow - University of Southampton

 

Speakers
Dr Xiao-Yang (Mio) Hu, Senior Advisor, University of Southampton - UK

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