Ingredient: Red Raspberry Leaf
Red raspberry leaves are among the most pleasant-tasting of all the herbal remedies. They taste much like black tea, but are completely caffeine-free. The leaves are indigenous to Asia Minor and North Africa.
Learn all about herbal teas like red raspberry leaf tea in the Wild Foods Guide to Herbal Tea.
Red Raspberry Facts
-Raspberry gets its name from Anglo-Latin, meaning "a sweet rose-colored wine." It may also come from Old English meaning "rough berry."
-Red raspberry leaf tea is known for its healing properties, especially during pregnancy. Women around the world use it to ease the pain before and after pregnancy.
-Drinking red raspberry leaf tea can reduce gastrointestinal issues ranging from general nausea to bloating to cramps.
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