|Technical Name:||(Rubus idaeus) Leaves of the raspberry plant|
|Used for:||Menstrual cramps, motion sickness, diarrhea|
|Available In:||Dried leaves (tea), capsules, tincture|
|Herb Drug:||None known|
|Interaction:||Experts disagree on the safety of use during pregnancy. Consult your doctor or avoid altogether if pregnant.|
|When Buying:||Products should contain pure leaves, as freshly dried as possible. Make your own tea by picking leaves off brambles, hanging them to dry and soaking in boiling water.|
|Dosage and Warning:||Two capsules two to three times daily at mealtimes; as a tea, up to six cups a day for acute problems as needed.|
|Child Dosage:||Same as adult dose|
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