Where Can I Buy Raspberry LEaf Tea In South Africa

What is a Raspberry LEaf Tea?

The red raspberry leaf, also known as garden raspberry leaf, is produced by the deciduous raspberry plant and used in folk remedies.

Where Can I Buy Raspberry LEaf Tea In South Africa?

Jua Na Mlima Tea Company

Address: Chichester Rd, Claremont, Cape Town, 7708, South Africa

Areas served: South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 6 pm

Phone: +27 64 531 5514

Enmasse Tea Merchants

Address: 125 Hope Street, Gate 2 (parking & entrance at back of building), Gardens, Cape Town, 8003, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 7 pm

Phone: +27 21 461 5650

Toni Glass Collection

Address: Unit 1, JT Business Park, 5 Rydal Ln, Longlake, Sandton, 2144, South Africa

Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 4:30 pm ⋅ Opens 9 am Thu

Phone: +27 86 111 1554

Which raspberry leaf tea is best for pregnancy?

The bottom line

Red raspberry leaf tea is often claimed to help decrease labor time, strengthen the uterus, and improve labor outcomes in people who are pregnant. For most people, it’s generally recommended to drink 1–3 cups (237–710 mL) per day, though intake should be limited during early pregnancy.

How to use raspberry leaf tea to conceive?

Raspberry leaf balances hormones and helps to prepare the body for ovulation when taken during the follicular phase. For best results, should drink 2 to 3 cups daily starting on day 1 of your cycle, and stop during ovulation.

What does raspberry leaf tea do for periods?

And the reason it can help periods and pregnancy is due to the fragerine found inside the leaf. This compound makes uterine muscles contract, and strengthen.

This is linked to helping regulate periods and reduce heavy flow. It can also reduce cramping during your period.

How many weeks pregnant should I drink raspberry leaf tea?

If you decide to drink red raspberry leaf tea, it’s recommended to start around 32 weeks of pregnancy with just one cup a day.

You could gradually increase this to two or possibly three cups a day (or the equivalent in tablet form). Don’t drink the tea during your first trimester.