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Raspberry uses: morning sickness; relaxes leg cramps; is treatment for anemia; use as a uterine relaxant; decreases menstrual flow; treatment for canker & cold sores; reversal of gingivitis; relief from diarrhea; is a calming sleep aid.

Additional information for taking this tea during pregnancy - very helpful   CLICK HERE 

 Make a deliciously healthy Raspberry tea by pouring a cup of boiling water over the 1-2 teaspoons of leaves inside a teapot.  Close the pot & allow to steep 10 min.  Sweeten with honey & drink warm, up to 3 times daily. 

The study published in the Journal of Midwifery and Women's Health in 2001 found that women who drank raspberry leaf tea had shorter labor, and fewer of their babies were delivered by forceps. The other study, published in the Australian College of MidwivesJournal stated: "The findings also suggest ingestion of the herb might decrease the likelihood of pre and post-term gestation. An unexpected finding in this study seems to indicate that women who ingest raspberry leaf might be less likely to receive an artificial rupture of their membranes, or require a caesarean section, forceps or vacuum birth than the women in the control group." In other words, scientific studies show that drinking raspberry tea actually is beneficial during pregnancy.  Precautions: Safe dosages for children under the age of 6 and for persons with liver or kidney disease have not been established. 

Typical Preparations
Tea. To make raspberry leaf tea, pour 1 cup (240 ml) of boiling water over 1 or 2 teaspoons (3-5 grams) of dried leaf. Close the teapot and allow to stand for 10 minutes, then sweeten to taste. During pregnancy, drink 2 to 3 cups daily. Drink warm, NOT HOT.



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