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Red Raspberry Leaf Tea Benefits

by Chandramita Bora
Red raspberry leaf tea is known to be immensely beneficial for pregnant women. However, it can be used for several other conditions as well. Find out more information about this herbal tea, in this Buzzle article.
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    I drank red raspberry tea all through my pregnancy:)

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    Red Raspberry Leaf Tea | Benefits include sore throat, gum disease, dehydration, lowers blood sugar, flu, nausea, fever, skin firmness

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For a sore throat - cut up 2 lemons, drop them in a small mason jar and pour raw honey over them until it fills up about 1/3 of the jar. You can immediately see the juice from the lemon being drawn out by the honey and the two swirling together. Let it sit in the fridge, over the next few weeks the lemon will darken and the mixture will thicken. The peels and pulp will break down as well and leave behind a golden, lumpy marmalade that you can scoop into a cup and poor piping hot water over