Red Raspberry Leaf Tea For Women’s Health

Red Raspberry Leaf Tea For Women’s Health


In this video I will share best remedy red raspberry leaf tea for women’s health Please like comment share and subscribe my channel Red raspberry leaf tea for women’s health Like blueberries red raspberries grow wild up the North Woods Have many fond memories seeking out berry patches and eagerly plucking the little red gems off the plant Unlike blueberries I would never collect the raspberries but pop them in my mouth right then and there It wasn’t until I was much older that I would learn that there was more to the plant than just the delicious fruit What’s in raspberry leaf tea and what does it do Red raspberry leaves are known for easing the pain of menstrual cramps But it can also help digestive woes as well as support heart health. It has also traditionally been used by pregnant women Well as postpartum the thought process being that it can ease labor by helping with pain as well as quickening the process and Toning the uterus There’s quite a bit of mixed research on this, however Anecdotal evidence is extremely strong when it comes to its efficacy, and I know of quite a few women who swear by it The leaves are rich in magnesium calcium potassium and iron as well as zinc and phosphorus The leaves also contain a plethora of B vitamins b1 thiamine b2 riboflavin B3 niacin b5 pantothenic acid b6 pyridoxine and b9 folate as well as vitamin C Magnesium and potassium are both macro minerals, which the body needs in larger amounts to support proper functioning Iron is a trace mineral still important. Of course But we don’t need as much of it as macro minerals The recipe is a simplified and brief explanation for some of the most important constituents of red raspberry leaf and how they help the body First thing you need two to three teaspoons of dried red raspberry leaf Two to three tablespoons of fresh water Third thing you need honey or lemon Fourth thing you need your favorite mug Directions Bring water to a boil and place your leaves in a strainer or tea ball in your mug Fill the mug with fresh boiling water and cover letting it steep for six to eight minutes Remove the leaves add honey or lemon to taste and enjoy The nitty-gritty on red raspberry leaf and why it’s good for you Magnesium Magnesium is a co factor over 300 enzyme reactions in the body Needless to say it’s kind of important It regulates protein synthesis one of the most fundamental biological processes muscle and nerve function including nerve impulse Muscle contraction and normal heart rhythm as well as blood glucose control blood pressure and energy production It hates structural development of bone and plays a role in the synthesis basically production of DNA and RNA If you need a little reminder DNA deoxyribonucleic Acid is a self-replicating material present in just about every living thing It is the carrier of genetic information RNA ribonucleic acid is present in all living cells and essentially carries instructions for DNA regarding the synthesis of proteins There’s really no simple way to sum up that process, but it’s important Potassium Potassium plays a large role in muscle function Smooth muscle is the kind in your intestines heart etc. As opposed to skeletal muscle Skeletal muscle you think about contracting like when you flex your bicep? Muscle is subconscious. You don’t think about making your heartbeat or your intestines contract to push food through potassium conducts electricity along with calcium and magnesium Which regulates the impulses to move these muscles? Calcium Much like the other vital minerals The body cannot produce calcium on its own which is why it is so important to consume enough of it from healthy outside sources I am NOT one to drink a lot of milk. So this was a concern for me growing up Don’t worry there are other ways to get what you need Roughly 99% of the calcium in our bodies is concentrated in our bones and teeth But it also helps nerves fire blood to clot and works with potassium and magnesium to contract muscles I earn Iron is a mineral that has several roles in the body the biggest one being the creation of healthy oxygen carrying red blood cells Roughly two-thirds of the body’s iron is found in the protein hemoglobin Which is responsible for carrying oxygen from our lungs to other parts of the body Anemia is when you don’t have enough hemoglobin and is usually when people start taking iron supplements Exhaustion a racing heart restless legs shortness of breath all are common signs of anemia Women are at the highest risk Zink slash phosphorus Zink is a vital part of the immune system and also ties in to the creation of proteins and DNA phosphorus after calcium is the most abundant mineral in the human body with 85% of it being located in the bones and teeth. It works closely with calcium to build strong bones and teeth Be /c vitamins In short b-complex vitamins do a variety of jobs often times working together They convert nutrients to energy maintain skin and hair health regulate stress hormones and boost HDL cholesterol the good cholesterol Don’t forget to share with your friends and family on Facebook and check our YouTube channel for more awesome videos

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