Extracted from pre-history, the raspberry is cultivated in orchards since the Middle Ages.

Some attribute to Pompey (63 BC) the awakening of passion for this fruit by Europeans, brought from the slopes of Mount Ida, Turkey, which earned the denomination of the European variety of Rubus idaeus.

However, archaeological evidence accuse the existence of Raspberry in places like Switzerland, Germany, Denmark and the British Isles.


The raspberry is not a tree. It is a shrub with light green leaves and thorns, its fruit is hollow inside.


The Raspberry contains proteins, vitamins A, B1, B5, C, calcium, phosphorus and iron so great to balance the lack of vitamins in the body because it presents an abundant content thereof. It also contains pectin, fruit acids and glucose.

The raspberry is a powerful weapon against free radicals, the body villains, responsible for cellular aging, because it contains large amounts of antioxidants.

The raspberry cure is indicated for the treatment of inflammation of the gums and throat, against constipation, rheumatism and other metabolic diseases, especially diseases of the liver, kidneys and hemorrhoids. 

The raspberry helps control cholesterol and facilitates digestion and detoxification of organisms. It has antiviral activity, anticancer and has a high content of natural aspirin.

The raspberry juice with water is good to take the seat and help in curing patients with fever.

Raspberry leaves contain tannic acid, lactic acid, succinic acid and unsaturated acids thus recommended for treating catarrh,, inflammations and irritations gastrointestinal tract, diarrhea and inflammatory catarrhs of the large intestine and by bleeding hemorrhoids.

In inflammation of the gums and throat, use a leaf infusion and do rinses or mouthwashes to soothe.


In the world of wine, the flavor of raspberry is one of the hallmarks of certain reds pinot noir and youth labels based on syrah.


Calories: 100 grams contains about 57 calories.



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