Superb tonic for the female organs and mucous membranes throughout the bo!
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Ingredient: Organic red raspberry leaf.
Recommended Use: One medium rounded teaspoon of herb to one cup of water. 3 – 4 cups a day. This package contains approximately 176 medium rounded teaspoons. It will last approximately 2 months at 3 cups a day and 1 ½ months at 4 cups a day.*
Method 1 -- Boil water in stainless steel or glass pan. Remove pan from burner. Add herb to water and stir. Place a lid over the pan and let steep for 15 minutes. Pour through strainer or paper towel into container. Sweeten with honey, agave, molasses or stevia.*
Method 2 -- Boil water as described above. Pour boiling water into container. Place herb in stainless steel tea ball and place in container. Cover container and steep for 15 minutes. Remove tea ball. Use a natural sweetener.*
Red raspberry leaves contain many nutrients including iron, calcium and vitamin C. The tea acts as a cleanser to mucous membranes throughout the body. Because of this action, it has traditionally been used for colds, to clean the bowels, and to strengthen the female organs. Raspberry leaves are considered THE pregnancy herb, and the tea can be drunk throughout pregnancy. Pregnant women may want to switch to our Women's/Pregnancy Tea during the second half of pregnancy. This formula contains red raspberry leaves along with other whole-food nutritional and labor-supportive herbs. Raspberry leaf tea, which has been strained through a cloth and is at room temperature, can be used as an eye wash for newborn babies.*
*This information is not to be construed as medical advice, but is only intended for educational use. For all illness, we recommend that you consult with your health care provider.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.