Common names: Red Raspberry, Raspbis, Hindberry, Bramble of Mount Ida, Bramblebush, Raspberry
Plant Description: Red Raspberry is believed to be indigenous to Europe and parts of Asia, but is also widely found in North America, Britain, Scandinavia, and Scotland. It grows naturally in woods and heaths and prefers temperate environments. Generally, Red Raspberry is grown for its delicious fruit. Red Raspberry is a deciduous bush with creeping perennial roots and erect, hairy or prickly, yellowish-green biennial stems. Its alternate pinnate leaves are shiny and green on top with a soft white feltlike underside. The leaves have three to seven serrate and ovate leaflets. Red Raspberry blooms around May to July with small, yellowish-white flowers located on auxiliary drooping racemes. The flowers have 5 petals, 5 sepals, and numerous stamen and ovaries. The fruit produced by the Red Raspberry is an aggregate that, when picked, separates from a conical receptacle leaving an empty shell. It is deep red and very sweet.
Dosage: 30-90 drops in water or juice, 2-3 times daily or as needed. Shake well before using.
Cautions & Interactions: Keep out of reach of children.
Efficacy Studies & Other Clinical Data:
- What Research is Revealing About Red Raspberries
- Red Raspberry Leaf in Pregnancy
- Pregnancy and Parenting Naturally - Red Raspberry
- Mother & Child Health - Can Red Raspberry Tea Help Ease Childbirth?
Disclaimer (U.S. Only): These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease.