Rubus caesius dried leaf and flower 50 gr. Blackberry herbal tea

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The benefits of blackberries are obvious, and therefore all parts of the plant are widely used in folk medicine. Fruits have a tonic, antipyretic and anti-inflammatory effect. That is why in folk medicine they are recommended to be used to reduce the temperature for colds, flu and other infectious and inflammatory diseases. In addition, blackberries are an excellent diuretic and diaphoretic, so it is often used to fight kidney and genitourinary diseases. Unripe fruits have astringent, and Mature ones have a slight laxative effect. Therefore, blue-blackberries are also used to regulate the work of the gastrointestinal tract. It is used for gastritis, colitis and diarrhea caused, among other things, by infectious diseases, such as dysentery. Blackberries also have a calming effect. Freshly prepared infusion of dried berries is recommended to drink in stressful situations, before going to bed, as well as during menopause. Contraindications and side effects For diseases of the stomach and small intestine, it is not recommended to eat fresh blackberries, in this case it is better to drink juice. It should be borne in mind that if the acidity of gastric juice is increased, then you should drink no more than one glass of berry juice per day. And you need to remember that some people these berries can cause an allergic reaction. Symptoms are expressed in nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and swelling of the mucous membranes and may appear immediately in a few minutes, or even a few days after ingestion.
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