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awesome

Posted on Oct 25, 2010

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I had been recomended red raspberry leaf tea for pregnancy support. I make up a 4 cup batch by bringing 4 cups of water to a boil (in a sauce pan.) Then I remove it from heat and stir in 1/4 cup leaf, cover, and let it steep for 15 minutes. After that I strain it into a glass jar and put it in the frig to be drunk throughout the day. Usually I drink a cup warm just after making it. It tastes great warm or cold. It's good with lemon, too, but then I add honey. The taste reminds me of black tea. The first time I made it I liked it so well I drank 3 cups in one sitting, but later I felt more nautious. I threw up a bunch of bile; I think it was making me throw off some toxins. Later my morning sickness seemed to be improving, so I guess it was a good thing. I also find it increases my energy level if I drink 3 or 4 cups every day. I am hoping it will make childbirth faster and easier as some report, but it will be a while before I know anything about that. Just the extra energy is worth it!

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not sure

Posted on Oct 25, 2010

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I haven't noticed much difference in taking one of these before each meal. I had been recomended to take enzymes for overall health benefits. Last time I tried a cheaper variety, with no apparent effect. This time I tried a more expensive, higher quality brand. Still no apparent effect. Maybe I just don't need these, or maybe I'm still in search of a better brand.

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