Raspberry leaf tea is delicious resembling a rich, earthy black tea without the caffeine.
The leaves contain up to 10% iron in addition to many other minerals and vitamins. It is one of the highest known plant sources of manganese containing 14.6 mg per 100gm.
The red raspberry leaf (Rubus idaeus), also known as garden raspberry leaf, is produced by the deciduous raspberry plant and used in folk remedies.
The species name idaeus refers to its occurrence on Mount Ida in northwest Turkey. The United States is the world’s third-largest producer of raspberries.
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