Raspberry is a highly nutritious and tasty fruit but the leaves of the raspberry bush also has great use as it could be used to create a fresh herbal tea. Herbalists and researchers discovered that the leaves of raspberries contain a number of important nutrients, including calcium and other minerals like iron, magnesium, phosphorus and sulfur. Raspberry leaf tea is smooth and mild in flavor and will make a great addition to a tea collection.
Traditionally, raspberry leaf tea is one of the most commonly used herbs for women’s health. The herbal brew is known to promote a healthy menstrual cycle, fertility and hormonal balance. Several women around the world have discovered that raspberry leaf tea promotes a regular menstrual cycle and may ease common symptoms, like bloating and cramps.
Besides women’s reproductive health, raspberry leaf tea is also known to promote a healthy urinary tract. The tea helps to flush uric acid from the bladder, which helps to tone and strengthen the bladder muscles. Raspberry leaf tea is also said to regulate an overactive bladder.
Bladder Function, Reproductive Function, Support for Women