Review Available Raspberry Fruit Forms and Sizes Below
Common Names: Raspberry Fruit, Palm Leaf Raspberry Fruit, Fructus Rubi, Chinese Raspberry Botanical Names: Rubus chingii, Fructus, Rubus corchorifolius, Rubus foliolosus, Rubus palmatus, Rosa coreanus, Rosa idaeus Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Fu Pen Zi Raspberry Fruit Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Raspberry Fruit Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing.
Raspberry Fruit Benefits & Information
Raspberry Fruit is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb to secure essence, reduce urination, tonify the liver, tonify the kidneys and benefit vision. Raspberry Fruit supports the immune system, benefits sexual and reproductive function and promotes hair health. Raspberry Fruit is high in iron and vitamin C and has astringent and antiviral effects. Raspberry Fruit Properties: Sweet, astringent, slightly warm Raspberry Fruit Channels / Meridians: Kidney, liver Raspberry Fruit Naturally Occurring Components: ellagic acid, beta sitosterol, esculetin, esculin, imperatorin, kaempferol, hyperoside, tilroside p-hydroxybenzonic acid, vanilllic acid, salicylic acid, ferulic acid, shikmic acid, daucostero, alpha-D-glucose, sugar
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