Versatile fruit: raspberry with all the benefits

2019-07-07 07.19.47
We know raspberries are healthy and delicious. Numerous studies say that all parts of the plant can be used for therapy in diseases. Raspberry is recommended for lowering blood sugar, stimulating bowel function, against intestinal infections and gastric infections, for treating eczema and preventing the multiplication of malignant cells. Raspberries contain sugars (glucose, fructose and sucrose), organic acids (malic, citric, salicylic and ellagic), essential oil, colored and tannins and vitamins C and E. Therefore, raspberries are used to treat diarrhea and eczema. The fruit extract has anti-virus activity. The extract activates the pancreas to secrete insulin. That’s why it’s good for lowering blood sugar. The effect of raspberries on malignant cells has recently been investigated. Elagic acid is present in enviable amounts in raspberry seeds. This acid prevents the spread of malignant cells. At the same time it prevents DNA damage. It does not affect normal cells in charge of the body’s immune defenses. Experts advise that individuals can consume 130 grams of raspberries to achieve preventative protection against malignancies.
Traditional medicine recommends raspberries because they successfully reduce fever, clear bile, promote sweating, help remove “sand” from the kidneys, strengthen the heart and immunity and normalize blood flow.
Raspberry is a valuable and prized fruit in nutritional and cosmetic applications and medical applications. Raspberry fruit is effective in oily skin. With the addition of suitable vegetable oil, raspberry fruit is suitable for dry, sensitive and damaged facial skin. Chemical and mechanical exfoliation provides the fruit with vitamin C and ellagic acid. Raspberry fruit serves as a remover for skin stains.
Raspberry juice: strengthens the body exhausted by colds and fever. It relieves the effects of gastritis and colitis (inflammation of the colon). Drink raspberry juice three times daily before meals in a dose of 50 to 100 millilitres.
Raspberry syrup: Turn 5 kg of raspberries with a blender into a mushy mixture. Add one pound of acorn honey to each liter of juice. Cook over moderate heat until thick syrup is obtained. Pour hot syrup into heated bottles. Keep syrup bottles in a dark and cool place.
Raspberry compote: One liter of compote requires 700 grams of raspberries, 300 grams of sugar and 0.1 liter of water. The fruits are stacked in a jar. Each layer is sprinkled with sugar. Pour over with hot water. Close the jar well. Pasteurize for 20 minutes at 80 ° C. Or 3 minutes in boiling water. The raspberries prepared in this way preserve the taste, shape and aroma of fresh raspberries.
Medicinal Tea: Raspberry tea is used to flush out sore lips and throat. Tea effectively stops diarrhea. Experienced tea connoisseurs claim that this tea is the perfect substitute for Georgian, Russian and Indian tea.
Vitamin Tea: Prepared from dried raspberry fruits. 3 tablespoons of dried raspberries, two decilitres of warm water, vanilla, ginger and cloves. Put the crushed dried raspberries in heated water. Breathe for five minutes. Add the spices. Let the tea stand for ten minutes.
Cold Tea: Pour 600 ml of boiled water over 100 to 200 grams of dried raspberry fruit. Leave it covered for half an hour. Two to three cups of tea are recommended before bedtime for easier sweating in colds, flu and angina.

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