Raspberry - Uses and Benefits
Rubus idaeus, Rubus strigosus , Rubus, Bramble, Hindberry, Framboise, Raspbis, and Red Raspberry.
The is a plant that generally grow in fields or forest clearings but best on deep, sandy-loam soils well supplied with organic matter. Raspberry are very hardy,produces sweet ,trat & red color fruit.In botanical language its not a berry but an aggregate fruit of numerous drupelets around a central core .Raspberry are native to North America and are grown in Canada. Raspberry may be produce in any good garden soil that contain high moisture holding capacity & it is well drained to a depth 3 ft.
Raspberry will come in various colors in red, black, or slightly purple. Raspberries work well to prevent cancer & also used as a good weight loss supplement.
Raspberry's leaves has been used since ancient times as a medicine for various treatment like nourishing and harmonizing effects on uterus function & so called as a 'toner' of the uterus and an aid in checking hemmorhage.
Uses and Benefits
Leaves have an advantage for the female reproductive system to stimulating, toning and regulating the female organs more effectively than any other known herb. To decrease uterine swelling, minimize postpartum hemorrhaging and enrich the collostrum and subsequent milk after child birth ,should use two to three cups of it.The leaves also have good amounts of vitamins A and E as well as the hole B-complex. It contains good source of vitamin C, manganese, iron and niacin.
Raspberry leaf tea have lot of benefit if use as a mouthwash for canker sores, a douche for leukorrhea, an eyewash for mucus discharge,a dressing for wounds, and a hair rinse for dark hair.Its tea has also been taken in the treatment of diabetes, teething, colic, ulcers, prostate problems, gastric disorders,herpes and gonorrhea . Raspberry is helpful for a sore throat, as well as many stomach problems.Some scientific report shows that the raspberry can also helps prevent some conditions like cancer.It can be used as an ingredient for another product that uses berries. because it has a similar sweet taste like other berries.
Raspberry leaf is also used to aid fertility,to increase supply of breast milk ,to resist excess bleeding after child birth, to treat diarrhea,to regulate irregular menstrual cycle and to reduce heavy periods ,to treat sore throats ,to reduce fever . Women believe that it will minimize labor and help to make the birth easier.
There may occur allergic reactions to raspberry . Raspberry leaf may lead to mild loosening of stools and nausea. Some herbalists recommend not using raspberry leaf preparations early in pregnancy. Using raspberry leaf may show a slight increase or decrease in blood pressure.
Don't using raspberry if you find symptoms of a closing of your throat,swelling of your face,lips, tongue,hives,serious allergic reaction & breathing problem.
The antacid properties of red raspberry may increase the renal tubular resorption of the antiarrhythmic drug, quinidine, leading to amplify quinidine serum levels.
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