raspberry leaves

raspberry leaves

an herbal product harvested from the raspberry plant, found worldwide.
uses It is used to facilitate childbirth, as a uterine tonic, and as a treatment for dysmenorrhea, fever, and vomiting, but there are insufficient reliable data regarding effectiveness.
contraindications It should not be used medicinally during pregnancy and lactation and is contraindicated in those with known hypersensitivity to this plant.
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Making it is as simple as brewing an everyday pot of tea - take an ounce of dried raspberry leaves and infuse them in hot water.
He said: "In 1943 over 7 hundredweights of dried nettles, 6lb of comfrey leaves, 7lb of raspberry leaves, 70lb of hawthorn berries, about 1,000lb of rose-hips and 5,700lb of other plants were collected - a total of nearly three tons with a similar amount in 1944, including 12'oz of foxglove seed.
Swedish designer Carina Sohl's leathers, hand embossed with a variety of raspberry leaves, wild foliage and grasses, capture the beauty of nature on their surfaces.
Agrimony or raspberry leaves are astringent so will tone up the intestinal membrane, while chamomile and meadowsweet are both healing and will reduce inflammation.
49) stars Bordeaux's other great black grape, which in this Chilean incarnation bursts with ripe brambly fruit, overlaid by the smell of raspberry leaves.
Raspberry leaves, burnt toast and apple peel are good home remedies to stop diarrhoea.
Both the cannabis and magic mushroom tea bags contained small amounts of cannabis and dried raspberry leaves.
Raspberry leaves contain minerals such as iron, magnesium and calcium.
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Traditional: Raspberry leaves can be made into tea for women to drink before childbirth.