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Raspberry (Lat. Rubusidaeus) is an herbaceous plant of the rose family.

It is believed that raspberry is native to South Asia and it is so old that the cave people ate it. Over many centuries, it was valued as a medicinal herb.The ancient Greeks attributed it a power of promoting fertility, for which raspberry leaves were used. However, the enchanting flavor of raspberry is most responsible for its present status of superbly popular fruit.

Prevents weight gain and diabetes

Ketones in raspberry are responsible for blood glucose control and help prevent obesity and diabetes. Ketones stimulate fat metabolism, reduce body fat and prevent diseases related to obesity.

In studies, people who consumed foods high in fat followed by the consumption of raspberry ketones have not gained weight. A raspberry consumption activates hormone called adiponectin, a hormone that people suffering from type 2 diabetes lacks. Adiponectin restores balance in the blood, reducing the risk of heart attack and disease associated with type 2 diabetes.

The highest natural sun protection factor

Chilean raspberry seed oil is especially useful because it contains high levels of omega 3 and omega 6 essential fatty acids and vitamin E. Thanks to these ingredients it is great for protecting the skin from the sun. It is estimated that the sun protection factor (SPF) of this oil between 28 and 50, depending on cultivation conditions.

It can be used not only as a protection from the sun, but also for the treatment of wrinkles, stretch marks, eczema, dermatitis, and generally all inflammatory skin conditions. It is very stable and can be applied alone or added to cosmetic preparations.

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Medicinal benefits of raspberry leaf

Raspberries are exceptionally tasty and healthy, but healing properties of raspberry leaves are much greater than the fruit itself. Raspberry is known as the female plant because it cures many diseases afflicting female organs. Raspberry leaf tea helps with menstrual cramps, heavy bleeding and vaginal discharge.

It can be consumed before, during and after childbirth. Regular consumption of raspberry leaf tea during pregnancy strengthens and adds tone to the uterus, preventing abortion, helps during childbirth and prevents heavy bleeding after childbirth. It also speeds up the recovery of the uterus after childbirth and stimulates milk production. Start consuming this tea from the 3rd month of pregnancy. Drink two to three cups per day.

Tea is also used to strengthen the gums, tonsils disinfecting, and preventing children diarrhea and eye diseases.

Preparation:

Pour a cup of hot water over a teaspoon of raspberry leaf. Drink warm.

Note: raspberry leaf tea is not recommended if you have had an abortion during the previous pregnancy or if the contractions lasted less than three hours.

Healing effects of raspberries:

  1. Prevents obesity
  2. Regulates blood sugar
  3.  Reduces the effects of free radicals
  4. Provides protection from the sun
  5. Soothes skin disorders
  6. Helps with women’s diseases
  7. Strengthens immunity
  8. Protects against heart disease and blood vessels
  9. Lowers fever

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Raspberry (Lat. Rubusidaeus) is an herbaceous plant of the rose family. It is believed that raspberry is native to South Asia and it is so old that the cave people ate it. Over many centuries, it was valued as a medicinal herb.The ancient Greeks attributed it a power of promoting fertility,...