Red Raspberry

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Biological Name: Rubus wallichiiRed Raspberry

Other Names: wild red raspberry, reapberry, Red Raspberry, reapberry, Gauriphal

Raspberry is indigenous to the United Kingdom. It can also be found in the western and northern areas of India. The herb is specially raised across the globe.

Active Components: Raspberry is composed of minerals, malic and citric acids, pectin, sugar, volatile oils, and pigments.

Elements Applied: Fruit and leaves are applied in herbal medicine.

Used For: The herb is known to boost metabolic rates, prevent vomiting, treat diarrhea, induce labor, reduce bleeding, relieve constipation, stimulate the digestive system, and promote stomach functionality.

The fruit is particularly applied to neutralize acids, relieve constipation, and help induce labor.

Raspberry is efficiently applied in the majority of diseases, accompanied by fevers. Fresh fruit is applied to fight thirst.

Raspberry infusion is used to prevent mild stomach bleeding, summer weakness, cholera, dysentery, strong constipation, and so on.

Safety: Warning! The majority of raspberry variants can cause miscarriage. The plant can also lead to recurrent constipation. Pregnant women are not suggested to use raspberry.

There is no further data concerning the plant’s safety level. It should not be applied as a medicinal remedy without medical control.