Title: Raspberry
Additional Names: Red raspberry
Literature References: Deciduous, woody bush, Rubus idaeus L., Rosaceae, bearing edible fruit. The leaf has been used medicinally for diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and to prepare the uterus for childbirth. Habit. Europe, Asia, cultivated in Canada and U.S. Constit. Anthocyanins, ellagitannins, terpenoids, flavonoids, sugar, malic and citric acids. HPLC determn of antioxidants in fruit: J. Beekwilder et al., J. Agric. Food Chem. 53, 3313 (2005). Clinical trial of raspberry leaf in pregnancy: M. Simpson et al, J. Midwifery Women's Health 46, 51 (2001). Review of therapeutic constituents: A. V. Patel et al., Curr. Med. Chem. 11, 1501-1512 (2004); of pharmacology and medicinal uses: J. Barnes et al., Herbal Medicines (Pharmaceutical Press, London, 2nd Ed., 2002) pp 397-398; J. Gruenwald et al., PDR for Herbal Medicines (Medical Economics, Montvale, 3rd Ed., 2004) pp 675-676.
Use: Fruit in jams, desserts, sauces, beverages. Pharmaceutic aid (flavor).
Therap-Cat: Astringent.

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