Raspberry is a very tasty berry, it can grow both in the forest and in the garden. Of course, wild and cultivated raspberries differ significantly in size, color and aroma, but the beneficial properties of raspberries are inherent in both of its types.
Traditional medicine widely uses a delicious medicine made from raspberries to treat flu, colds, and respiratory infections. Raspberries also help with exacerbation of joint pain, sciatica, neuralgia and fever.
Dried raspberries are used to make diaphoretic tea, which is effective not only for colds. It is recommended to drink for hypertensive patients in order to lower blood pressure. For patients with reduced digestive function and a tendency to constipation, it is useful to eat fresh raspberries. The berry is excluded from the diet in the presence of inflammatory processes in the intestines and diarrhea, in such cases it is better to use syrup or juice from berries, which contain large quantities of pectins, which contribute to the elimination of harmful substances and even cholesterol from the body.
Traditional oriental medicine uses raspberries as the main component of pills and fees in the treatment of impotence, infertility, neurasthenia.
- As a source of potassium, raspberries are beneficial for those suffering from heart disease.
- Iodine, which is part of raspberries, is an excellent remedy for the prevention of atherosclerosis.
- The systematic use of raspberries helps in the treatment of anemia.
- Patients with diabetes mellitus can consume raspberries in the form of juice, tea, powder, compote or jam, prepared with xylitol or sorbitol.
Raspberries are harvested by drying the berries or freezing them. You can also freeze raspberry juice or berries in your own juice. The beneficial properties of raspberries are also preserved when the berries are rubbed with sugar.