Hilde Hemmes Herbal's Raspberry Leaf x 30 Tea Bags
Active ingredient: Each teabag contains Rubus idaeus (Raspberry) Leaf Dry 4 g.
Indication 1: Raspberry has been traditionally used in western herbal medicine to help prepare the body for labour and to support general health and wellbeing.
Directions for use: Infuse 2 teabags (8 g) in 250 mL (one cup) of boiling water, steep for 10-15 minutes before removing teabags. Adults – drink 4 cups daily. There are no restrictions on duration of use.
Indication 2: Raspberry has been traditionally used in western herbal medicine to relieve diarrhoea and as an astringent to tighten tissues.
Directions for use: Infuse 1 teabag (4 g) in 250 mL (one cup) of boiling water, steep for 10-15 minutes before removing teabag. Adults – drink 2 to 3 cups daily. There are no restrictions on duration of use.
Enjoy all of our rasberry tea.
Always read the label. Follow the directions for use.
If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.
Advise your doctor of any medicine you take during pregnancy, particularly in your first trimester.
Seek medical advice if diarrhoea persists for more than: 6 hours in infants under 6 months, 12 hours in children under 3 years, 24 hours in children aged 3 to 6 years or 48 hours in adults and children over 6 years.
QUALITY PRODUCTS SINCE 1985
Hilde Hemmes’ therapeutic products are manufactured according to international harmonised standards for Good Manufacturing Practice for Medicinal Products. Our quality assurance program ensures products are made to exacting standards. We use High-Performance Thin-Layer Chromatography identification equipment to make sure correct potency and species are used. Herbs in our product range are routinely tested for pesticides, heavy metals, aflatoxins, foreign matter and microbial levels.
Teabags are biodegradable and sustainably sourced with no staples, strings or tags helping to reduce the environmental footprint. The teabag paper is whitened using environmentally-friendly methods (i.e. no bleaching chemicals). They are heat-sealed using natural plant-based fibres. Hygienically packed in custom-made, metalised bags designed to protect the active Ingredients. Product boxes come from sustainable sources and can be recycled or composted.
Free from: preservatives, added colours / flavours, caffeine, gluten, sugars, lactose and nuts.
Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
Store below 30⁰C in a dark dry place.
Manufactured according to international harmonised standards for Good Manufacturing Practice for Medicinal Products.
Listed on the Australian register of Therapeutic Goods as Hilde Hemmes’ Herbals Raspberry Leaf Teabags AUST L 209855.
Dose form = Dried Herb.
- The raspberry plant is actually a member of the rose family and was formerly known as raspbis, hindberry and bramble of Mount Ida, among other names. It is widely grown in temperate climates and grows wild in forests, but it can also be found high up in the mountains of southern Europe and central Asia. Raspberries are the edible fruit produced by plants belonging to the Rubus species and idaeus refers to the red or European variety that the ancient Greeks found on Mt Ida near Troy, in northwest Turkey. I have included raspberry leaf tea in my therapeutic teabag range for its variety of uses. Rich in minerals and vitamins, it is traditionally used during pregnancy to tone and strengthen the tissue of the uterus to assist contractions during labour.