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Red Raspberry Leaf

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Pure Red Raspberry Leaf 1/2 Oz.

Steep 3-5 Minutes for tea

Traditional uses

  • The fruit is regarded to possess antiscorbutic and diuretic properties.
  • The Raspberry juice is used with honey to cure fever.
  • A face mask of fruit is used to eradicate the skin redness.
  • The tea made with leaves of Red Raspberry is used to cure diarrhea, wounds, colic pain and uterine.
  • An infusion made from leaves is used as a tonic to calm the labor pains and also provide relief from dsysmenorrhea.
  • The leaf and root extracts are regarded as anti-inflammatory, decongestant, astringent, oxytocic, ophthalmic and stimulant agent.
  • The extracts of leaf and root are used to gargle in the cause of mouth inflammations and tonsillitis.
  • It is used as a wash to cure sores, minor wounds, conjunctivitis, scalds, burns and varicose ulcers.
  • An antioxidant properties found in Raspberries helps to eliminate the colon and stomach cancer cells.
  • The fruits of Raspberry fruit also help to maintain the liver health.
  • The tea made from leaves helps to provide relief from painful menstrual cramps.
  • The fruit is used to clean wounds.
  • The syrup of Raspberry syrup is an aid for heart disease.
  • In Tibet, Raspberries are used to cure exhaustion, irritability and infections.
  • Raspberries are used by an ancient Greeks and Romans as hair dye to look more youthful.
  • The leaves are used in Ayurvedic medicine with other herbs to make a decoction named kasaya. This increases clarity, mouth stiffening and provides the feeling of heaviness.
  • Raspberries are used in China to enhance the liver and kidneys.
  • The decoction made from raspberries helps to treat menstrual pain, morning sickness and flu.
  • In Europe, the bruised flowers are mixed with honey to treat fever, eye inflammations and boils.
  • It is used as a tonic to stimulate the uterus and pelvic muscles.
  • The decoction was used by Ojibwa to treat bowel complaints in the children.
  • The leaves of Raspberry are dried and used as tinctures.
  • The tea made from Raspberry leaf is effective during parturition.
  • Eclectics used the leaf decoction to overcome nausea as well as vomiting.
  • In France, the leaves are used as a tonic for prostate gland.

Precautions 

  • The wilted leaves should be avoided because it possesses harmful cyanide.
  • The dried Raspberry leaves should be used otherwise it may cause nausea due to the presence of toxins.
  • During pregnancy, the high dose of the leaves should be avoided because it can vitalize the uterus.
  • The excessive use of Raspberries may cause diarrhea.
  • It might cause allergic reactions in some people.
  • When the contractions in pregnancy increase, one should discontinue its use.