Red Raspberry:Bramble,Gauriphal,Reapberry,and Hindberry.
- Basic Botanical Info:Rubus idaeus.
- Rubus idaeus Botanical Description.
- Phytochemicals and Constituents:red raspberry.
- Red raspberry Indications and Combinations:
- Properties and Functions:red raspberry.
- Applications: What does Red Raspberry do?
- Red raspberry Historical or traditional use.
- Suggestions and Administrations of red raspberry.
- Red raspberry Modern Researches.
- Research update:Rubus idaeus or red raspberry.
Red raspberry Historical or traditional use.:
Raspberry leaves have been used by herbalists to treat diarrhea. In traditional herbalism and midwifery, red raspberry has been connected to female health, including pregnancy. It was considered a remedy for excessive menstrual flow (menorrhagia) and as a "partus prepartor," or an agent used during pregnancy to help prevent complications.
Generally, Red Raspberry is thought to act as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, astringent, antiseptic, antidiarrheal, diaphoretic, diuretic, and choleretic. It has shown oxytocic properties s.c. that it can relax and tone the uterine muscles. It has demonstrated antigonadotropic activity. It may normalize blood sugar levels.
Red Raspberry contains one of the highest number of volatile compounds of the more commonly eaten fruits. Its most representative substances have been recorded as benzaldehyde, ethyl acetate, limonene, and 2-phenylethanol. Its leaves are considered high in tannins, vitamins C, niacin, and manganese. The manganese content of Red raspberry may be one of the main components that effect glucose regulation and some if it's oxytocic qualities.
The Raspberry or Red Raspberry, (Rubus idaeus) is a plant that produces a tart, sweet, red composite fruit (not a true berry) in late summer or early autumn. The fruit is similar to that of the blackberry, but is smaller, softer, and a different color. It typically grows in forest clearings or fields, particularly where fire or wood-cutting has produced open space for colonization by this opportunistic colonizer of disturbed soil. As a cultivated plant in moist temperate regions, it is easy to grow and has a tendency to spread unless cut back. Raspberry is sometimes eaten by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Emperor Moth, Peach Blossom, The Engrailed, Small Square-spot and Double Square-spot.
RaspberriesTwo types are commercially available: the wild-type summer bearing, that produces an abundance of fruit on second-year canes within a relatively short period in midsummer, and double- or "ever"- bearing plants, which also bear a few fruit on first-year canes in the autumn, as well as the summer crop on second-year canes. Raspberries can be cultivated from USDA plant hardiness zones 9 to 3.
A golden Raspberry, which is pale yellow, has been selected by horticulturalists.
The black raspberry, also called a blackcap, is not the same plant, being a cultivar (usually) of Rubus occidentalis, a North American species. Several other non-cultivated Rubus species are also called raspberries.
- 1.Red Raspberry:Bramble,Gauriphal,Reapberry,and Hindberry.
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