raspberry (raspberry)


Medicinal plant used against digestive problems and during the first three months of pregnancy to distend the uterus, it can be found in infusion.


Portuguese name: raspberry, raspberry
Binomial name: Rubus idaeus L.
French name: Framboise , framboisier
English name: raspberry
German name: Himbeere Italian name: lampone


Rosaceae (Rosaceae)


Tannins (leaves), flavonoids, folic acid, fructose, lactic acid, tonic acid (leaves), phosphoric acid.

parts used

– Dried leaves (in herbal medicine), fruits (raspberry) or grains (mainly in food use)


Favors digestion, antispasmodic, spasmolytic, astringent, tonic action on the uterus (during the end of pregnancy, labor or in case of menstrual cramps), antioxidant (fruit, i.e. raspberry), diuretic (mainly fruit).


Gastrointestinal problems, tonic effect on the uterus during pregnancy (in the last three months) and during childbirth, pains during childbirth, painful menstrual cramps (dysmenorrhea), including heavy menstruation, diarrhea , sore throat (in infusion), angina . Possibly as a gargle against canker sores .

Secundary effects

We don’t know.


We don’t know.


We don’t know.

Raspberry-based preparations

– Infusion of raspberry leaves (for pregnancy)

– Capsules (capsules) of raspberry leaves (one capsule often includes 500-600 mg of dried raspberry leaves). Dosage: Consume 2 to 4 capsules daily.

– Tincture of raspberry leaves. The dosage can be from 5 ml twice a day.

Where does the raspberry tree grow?

The raspberry tree is present in Europe and in other regions of the world, such as North America and Asia.
The raspberry tree is native to Asia Minor (roughly present-day Turkey, for simplicity).
This shrub, 1 to 1.5 m high, has been cultivated at least since the 4th century after Christ, with the Romans starting cultivation and then being succeeded by different peoples, who continued to value this plant in the image of the English. who exported this plant especially to the American colonies (region currently occupied by the United States).

The raspberry grows well in rich, more moist soils.


– The relaxing effect of raspberry leaves on the uterus was described in the prestigious medical journal The Lancet, as early as 1941. Other research published later showed, at least in relation to some, a favorable effect of this plant in the period of childbirth, in particular in the labor of childbirth. These effects were often mild but significant.
According to scientific research, the leaves of the raspberry tree do not cause premature babies, as was sometimes supposed. In other words, according to the latest studies, raspberry leaves have no side effects.

– In Brazil, the cultivation of raspberry (raspberry tree) began in the 1950s, in Campos do Jordão (SP).

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