Red Raspberry:Bramble,Gauriphal,Reapberry,and Hindberry.
- Basic Botanical Info:Rubus idaeus.
- Rubus idaeus Botanical Description.
- Phytochemicals and Constituents:red raspberry.
- Red raspberry Indications and Combinations:
- Properties and Functions:red raspberry.
- Applications: What does Red Raspberry do?
- Red raspberry Historical or traditional use.
- Suggestions and Administrations of red raspberry.
- Red raspberry Modern Researches.
- Research update:Rubus idaeus or red raspberry.
Applications and Properties:
Actions: astringent, tonic, refrigerant, parturient, uterine stimulant, digestive remedy. The fruit is diuretic, laxative, diaphoretic and cleansing.
Nutritional Value:Red Raspberry provides a wealth of nutrients including calcium, iron, magnesium, malic acid, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, silicon, sulfur, vitamins B1, B3, C, D, and E, citric acid, pectin, and essential oils. Good source for vitamin C, maganese, iron and niacin
Sore throats and coughs.
Anti-Mutation and DNA protection.
Anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties.
Red Raspberry is also known by the names Bramble, Gauriphal, Reapberry, and Hindberry. Red Raspberry is believed to be native to Europe, but it widely cultivated in North America, Britain, Scandinavia and Scotland. Red Raspberry was used by colonial Americans as an astringent. They used an infusion of the root bark and applied it to the sore eyes. The fresh fruit of Red Raspberry was used for dissolving tartar on the teeth. The leaves may be collected throughout the growing season - they are rich in vitamin C and contain astringent qualities due to their high tannin content. Red raspberry leaves have been used by women for centuries as a support to the reproductive system, especially during pregnancy. When used after birthing, it can decrease uterine swelling and minimize postpartum hemorrhaging. This herb is beneficial in normalizing blood flow during menstruation and reducing painful menstrual cramps. Red Raspberry supports the reproductive system by strengthening the tissues of the womb, increasing lactation and easing nausea caused by morning sickness.
Dosage:3-10 g. Dried leaves: 4~8g or by infusion.Liquid extract: 1:1 in 25% alcohol, 4~8ml.
Safety and Toxicity:
Those with fire due to deficiency of the kidneys, causing short urination, should not take wild raspberry.Avoid high doses of the leaves during early pregnancy as they can stimulate uterine contractions.
- 1.Red Raspberry:Bramble,Gauriphal,Reapberry,and Hindberry.
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