Red Raspberry Leaf Tea – Fertility , Pregnancy and Birth


Red Raspberry Leaf tea is one of my all time favorites for pregnancy . There are so many healing benifits from drinking this tea. You can drink hot with some lemon and honey , iced with some fresh mint and lemon , iced mixed with some pomegranate juice for an antioxident blast or I even make Red Raspberry leaf and honey ice cubes for clients sometimes to chew on during a hospital birth. 


– Rich in vitamins C, E, B- complex , calcium, iron , potassium and phosphorous    

-Tones the uterus and muscles of the pelvic region 

– Increases fertility in both men and woman ( blend with red clover leaf for more potency)

– Helps balance out your monthly cycle

– Prevents miscarriage

– Eases morning sickness and nausea

– Aids in bone development of baby

– High in antioxidants

– Increases blood circulation    

– Lowers blood sugar levels 

– Helps prevent dehydration 

-Boots over all health and strengthens Immune system  

– Relieves constipation 

– Helps sooth a sore throat 

– You can gargle with it to help treat gum diseases

– Reduces pain and helps with labor both during and after 

– Helps to  prevent postpartum hemorrhage 

– Aids in production of breast milk 

Drink anywhere from 1-3 a day 

I read somewhere someone suggested 1 cup first trimester, 2 cups the second and 3 cups during the 3rd trimester 

*Suzan Weed 



4 Responses to “Red Raspberry Leaf Tea – Fertility , Pregnancy and Birth”

  1. 1 Gina April 7, 2012 at 11:15 pm

    I will be buying this right away!!! Thanks for the great helpful tips 🙂

  2. 2 Adele Maxwell (@maxwelladele) April 12, 2012 at 3:52 am

    Great Information! I will be sharing right away. Such great benefits!

  3. 3 Molly Sims June 11, 2012 at 7:29 pm

    Buying this now!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • 4 rootedforlife June 11, 2012 at 7:37 pm

      Molly its so yummy !! Drink before birth , during and after thru breastfeeding .. I love it iced W some agave , fresh lemon and mint w a splash of pomegranate/ cherry juice for an little extra antioxidant 🙂

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