Creha blog: Raspberry Leaf Tea

December 12, 2014

141212_creha-raspberry_leaf_tea12月に入り一段と寒さが増しましたが、風邪をひかれていませんか。
ラズベリー茶は母乳の栄養価を高めて、母乳の出をよくする働きがあると言われ『妊婦のハーブティー』と呼ばれているのは有名ですが、実は、収れん作用もあり、軽い下痢、生理痛、喉の痛みをやわらげてくれます。
風邪をひいて喉が痛いときには、ラズベリー茶をお試しあれ♪

It is December now and is getting colder. I hope you haven’t caught a cold.
Raspberry leaf tea is said to increase the nutritive value in mother’s breast milk and helps the milk to flow better; therefore, it is called “herbal tea for the pregnant”. However, the astriction of raspberry leaf is also said to alleviate light diarrhea, cramps, and sore throat.
Try the raspberry leaf tea when you catch a cold and have sore throat.

(Another interesting tea that we (YUNOMI) should consider adding to our list of Creha Tea)

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