Raspberry Bush(Rubus idaeus)
Tea made from the leaves is astringent, and in folk medicine itís often used for diarrhea (one to two cups of tea), dysentery, strengthening pregnant women, relieving morning sickness, and to aid in childbirth. Has been shown in studies to be effective for childbirth by stimulating the uterus at the beginning of labor; also shown to relieve menstrual cramps. Raspberry juice boiled in sugar can be gargled to soothe inflamed tonsils. For bedwetting issues, raspberry leaf tea helps tone the pelvic muscles. Leaf tea good for burns, as it helps the skin form a barrier on the wound. PMS syndrome reliever.
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