Frontier Organic Red Raspberry Leaf
Red raspberry leaf is used to make a tasty tea and is often combined with other tea herbs to give the beverages a more robust flavor. Raspberry contains tannins that give it an astringent flavor and make it a wonderful toning herb.
Directions: To make a tea, pour one cup of boiling water over 1 teaspoon of raspberry leaf, let steep for 5 minutes, then strain.
Suggested Uses: Raspberry leaf is astringent and considered toning and strengthening to the reproductive tract. It's often recommended by midwives as a toning tea.
Raspberry is a nice addition to many herb teas. Because of its astringent flavor and hearty mouth feel, it adds depth of flavor to tea blends and is often used as a base to which less robust-flavored herbs are added. It also makes a tasty tea on its own.
Red raspberry leafs' astringent properties make it a refreshing gargle or mouthwash and a useful ingredient in skin toners and other skin preparations.
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Organic Red Raspberry Leaf
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