red raspberry


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red raspberry

The aromatic, sweet, and mildly tart fruit of a northern hemispheric thorny vine (Rubus idaeus), eaten raw or prepared in jams and jellies. It is a rich food source of many nutrients, including fiber, carbohydrates, minerals, and vitamin C. It is promoted in alternative medicine as a means of inducing labor, alleviating menstrual cramping, and treating colds, among other uses.
Synonym: Rubis idaeus.
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Fatty acid composition and antioxidant properties of cold-pressed marionberry, boysenberry, red raspberry, and blueberry seed oils.
Anthocyanin complexes of different cherry fruits species and cultivars are determined by the activity of the same enzymes as those of red raspberry, synthesized anthocyanin species being also considerably different in the ratio; but, in this case, R6"T relative activity is moderately high at a possible decrease to zero of G2"T [10] activity.
Aromas of sweet herbal tea, red raspberry and rose oil perfume; seamless, with refined ripe tannins; lengthy and classy.
As a result Chile went from a major fresh red raspberry and blackberry producer in the 1990s and early 2000s to almost no fresh production for export to north America by the mid 2000s.
Anti-inflammatory effects of polyphenolic-enriched red raspberry extract in an antigen-inducedarthritis rat model.
red raspberry (Rubus idaeus) for shortening the second stage of labour, lowering the rate of forceps delivery, reducing the likelihood of artificial rupture of membranes or need for caesarean section;
For us, the humble red raspberry fits that bill and has been in and out of my garden for 30 years.
It contains a blend of berry extracts that includes blackberry (100 mg) red raspberry (200 mg), blueberry (200 mg), cranberry (150 mg), strawberry (200 mg), elderberry (200 mg) and bilberry (200 mg), as well as chardonnay grapes.
A German tradition is to offer a splash of sweet woodruff syrup, called Waldmeister, for a fresh herbal character and a bright green color or sweet red raspberry syrup to provide a red beer with raspberry overtones.
Baldo worked with several colleagues to capture a collection of RGAs in red raspberry (Rubus idaeus).