Our Red Rasberry Tea Leaf is Our leaves are contained in a glass jar so you can reuse over and over again to store other teas or goods. Our leaves have a flavorful, tangy tea with no rasberry taste but a black tea taste profile.
Raspberry leaf tea boasts a number of health benefits, including increasing fertility in women, boosting the immune system, protecting the heart, decreasing inflammation, supporting a faster metabolism, regulating hormones, and preventing nausea and other gastrointestinal issues.
While this tea serves different purposes, it is most famous as an aid for women’s health. Given the sensitive nature of herbal supplements for pregnant or breastfeeding women, it is unusual for a herbal tea to be recommended for women at that time of life. That is the incredible power of raspberry leaf tea.
It is naturally high in vitamins and minerals we need for female health specifically: magnesium, potassium, iron, calcium, and vitamins B, A, C, and E. The high level of B vitamins in particular makes it useful for relieving nausea, soothing leg cramps, and improving sleep.
How to make Red Rasberry Leaf Tea
Pour 8 ounces of boiling water over 1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon of raspberry leaf (depending on how strong you like your tea). Steep, covered, for at least 5 minutes and drink as regular tea.
Side Effects of Red Rasberry Tea Leaf
Some people have reported laxative and diuretic effects of raspberry leaf tea, as well as the relaxing, sedative nature of the tea. If you are taking other anti-anxiety or sleeping medications, speak to a medical professional before adding this tea to your daily diet, as there could be complications.
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