Blackberry leaf - is an herb that is often used in folk medicine. Contains tannins and traces of essential oil. Suitable as an herbal tea or use as a gargle. You can also add blackberry leaves to a warm bath.
There are many different species of blackberry in Sweden. Height 0.2-3 m. Both petioles and nerves can have thorns. Blooms between June and September with pink or white flowers. Fruits (berries) are almost globose; consists in a ripe state of black, conical, partially fused drupes. Taste sweet, aromatic, slightly astringent.The herb occurs mostly on the coast. Grows on dry slopes, in thickets and above banks. Can also be cultivated.
Blackberry leaf uses
The herb is often used in folk medicine and is said to be good for both the stomach and the skin. Used in herbal teas for loose stomach but also for skin care. Can also be used in baths for various skin rashes, warm baths of blackberry leaves can be nice for irritated skin. The plant contains valuable tannins and traces of essential oil.
Ingredients: dried blackberry leaves
Dosage: use approx. 1 tablespoon of the herb to 250ml of warm water. Brew approx. 10 minutes, drink two or three times daily.
Drink as herbal tea or use as a gargle. You can also add blackberry leaves to a warm bath.
Storage: Store in a dry and cool place, out of the reach of small children.
Country of origin: Poland
Do not use if allergic to the herb.
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