Red Rasberry Leaf Benefits

Early Eve Greetings to You All,

I am working on so much these days I am forgetting to post on the blog! Silly Me!!!

I am not taking red rasberry tea 3 times a day to regulate my body for its womanly cycles! I feel that this herb is just a powerful wonderful herb as it can be take at normal times and while pregnant!!! I have posted some pictures of it and information about it below to help everyone understand what it can be used for! This is a great herb! Currently I am using Traditional Medicines Tea and then off to some Yogi Tea, Both of these brands have nothing but goodness and the red rasberry tea is just what it says no other combination of herbs!!

Read down some and tell me what you think!

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Red Rasberry Leaves


Red Raspberry Leaf Tea Benefits

Red raspberry leaf has been in use for a long time, for its immense health benefits, especially for pregnant women. This article discusses some of the most important red raspberry leaf tea benefits for the pregnant women, for fertility and several other health problems.

Red raspberry is a perennial plant of the genus, Rubus, that is native to Asia, Europe and North and South America. Apart from its edible, sweet and tart flavored fruits, the plant is also known for its pale green colored leaves, which have been in use for a long time, for their amazing medicinal properties. The leaves of red raspberry plant are considered immensely beneficial for the expectant mothers. The leaves are usually brewed as a tea and then taken as a tonic by both pregnant women, as well as those trying to conceive. However, red raspberry leaf teabenefits are not limited to pregnant women only. The high vitamin and mineral content make these leaves an ideal herbal remedy for several other ailments as well.

Red Raspberry Leaf for Pregnancy

Red raspberry leaf with its high content of vitamins and minerals like, vitamin A, B, C and E, potassium, phosphorus and calcium, can promote the overall health and well being of a woman duringpregnancy. Therefore, red raspberry leaf tea is considered as a tonic for pregnant women, that can boost their overall health and the immune system. Apart from vitamins and minerals, the leaf contains carotenoids and alkaloids like fragrine. The alkaloid fragrine has been found to tone the muscles of the pelvic region and uterus, so that the process of delivery becomes easier, faster and less painful.

However, red raspberry leaf tea does not induce labor directly. Instead, it strengthens the muscles of the pelvic and uterus, so that they can contract more efficiently during labor which is why there is widespread use of red raspberry leaf tea to induce labor. In other words, the tea can promote uterine contractions during childbirth and also help to reduce the pain experienced during and after labor. In addition to these, red raspberry tea leaf can promote better blood circulation, ease morning sickness, prevent postpartum hemorrhage, relieve constipation, prevent miscarriages and promote lactation and bone development in the baby. Read more on red raspberry tea and pregnancy.

Red Raspberry Leaf Tea and Fertility

Red raspberry leaf is also known for its effect on fertility. The leaves of raspberry plant are believed to cure infertility in both men and women. Therefore, along with pregnant women, those wanting to get pregnant also take red raspberry leaf tea as a tonic. The leaf is sometimes, combined with red clover to enhance its benefits for fertility. Women, especially those having menstrual irregularities can take this leaf or the tea to regulate their menstrual cycle, and reduce the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome.

Other Benefits of Red Raspberry Leaf Tea

Apart from the pregnant women, people with certain ailments or health problems can too benefit from the red raspberry leaf tea. Some of the most well known red raspberry leaf tea benefits are:

  • The leaves of red raspberry plant has astringent properties, for which it can constrict the intestinal tissues to provide relief in diarrhea and soothe inflammation of the intestine.
  • The astringent properties of the leaves also makes them ideal for treating skin irritation and improve skin firmness.
  • Red raspberry leaf tea can be an effective herbal remedy for sore throat, irritation of the oral cavity and gum diseases.
  • It can also help to prevent dehydration, and lower the level of blood sugar in diabetic patients.
  • Apart from these, red raspberry leaf tea can be used to treat flu, upset stomach, nausea, vomiting, fever and rubella.
Red raspberry leaf tea is usually prepared by boiling about 1 cup of water and then adding almost 2 teaspoons of red raspberry leaves. The leaves are usually allowed to steep for about 15 minutes to prepare the tea. The tea should be taken hot to derive all the red raspberry leaf tea benefits. Though no serious side effects of taking red raspberry tea leaf have been found so far, it can slightly lower the blood pressure, mainly due to its high magnesium content. Besides this, it may affect the level of prolactin hormone, which in turn can adversely affect lactation. Therefore, nursing mothers should talk to their physician, before taking any medicine or herb. Generally, pregnant women take red raspberry leaf tea from the third trimester to strengthen their pelvic and uterine muscles for labor. However, it is important to take herbal medicine or supplement with the consultation of a physician or health care provider, in order to avoid any kind of possible complication.

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9 Responses to Red Rasberry Leaf Benefits

  1. Dee says:

    Red Raspberry tea…sounds good…will try. Thanks.

  2. This is a great woman herb! And I know where you can get some LOL. Will save you some tea bags! It is great iced too!

  3. My wife and me started to drink it, I will be back late on after she gets the baby and let know if helped. thx already for the informations.

  4. Emily S. says:

    Are the pills just as effective? Also how do you recommend taking these? (once, twice daily? Etc)

  5. Liswa says:

    I search everywhere untill I found, and I wans’t gona give up till I do, and I hope it will do wonders for me and those who are trying to have babys too, I had three miscarriage already and the test done found nothing wrong with me, hope this is a break through for me…good Luck

    • g0325867 says:

      @Liswa sorry to hear that i got same problem with you but i got 2 MC 😦 and Dr. say everything is ok and i wanna have a baby so i wanna try this

  6. G says:

    Hi Ladys i got this around me anywhere lol. but my Question is what do i have to harvest the young leaf or the old leaf? coz i wanna make it by my self if just around in forest lol 🙂

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