It is known for some time as raspberries and raspberry leaves help in the treatment of female infertility. Red raspberry, also known as “Rubus Ideaus” is an edible fruit of the Rubus species. Raspberries and raspberry leaves are used for many years by many cultures for beneficial effects on pregnancy.
Red raspberry contains high levels of vitamins and minerals, including vitamins C, B, folic acid, magnesium, copper and iron are important not only to maintain normal body functions but also to regulate the menstrual cycle by balancing the flow of blood to the reproductive organs, thereby improving chances of becoming pregnant.
Raspberry apparently also has a tonic effect on the female reproductive system, helping it to function normally. Also, fruit contains cyanidins substance that inhibit the development of obesity and diabetes, decreasing the risk of infertility caused by symptoms of diabetes and obesity.
For many centuries women who had an increased risk of miscarriage drank red raspberry leaf tea to prevent complications. Red raspberry leaf tea relaxes the uterus and reduce the risk of miscarriage.
Red raspberry leaf tea is a good incentive for fertility help that fertilized egg to the uterus and stay there.
Consumed as tea, red raspberry leaves are one of the most reliable tonic for women trying to conceive and for those who are already pregnant. Tea tones the uterus (the alkaloid substance fragrine), improves contractions and helps to treat constipation.
Raspberry fruit can be consumed as they are, in fruit salads or fruit tarts. In pharmacies, raspberries are available in the form of capsules or tincture.
To prepare the raspberry leaf tea, pour one cup of boiling water over 1 or 2 tablespoons of dried leaves, leaves are covered for 10 minutes and then sweeten to taste. Unlike other plants ‘medicinal’, raspberry leaves have a good taste.
Two, three cups of tea per day. Eat fresh fruits at your discretion.