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Blackberry leaves


Scientific name: Folium Rubi Fruticosi

Synonyms: Rubi fruticosi    

Family: Rosaceae     

Where the plant is found: Native to Europe, North America and temperate Asia. 

Characteristics: The cut flower is characterized by the leaf pieces, which are slightly hairy on the dark to brown-green upper side.


Application & preparation

Blackberry leaves


For diarrhea, tonsillitis, inflammation of the oral mucosa, fever, heartburn and wounds.



Diuretic, hemostatic, blood purifying, expectorant, astringent  

Tea preparation

Pour boiling water over 1.5 g (approx. two teaspoons) of blackberry leaves and, if necessary, strain through a tea strainer after 5 minutes.  


Unless otherwise prescribed: Drink one cup several times a day between meals. 


Flushing therapy is not indicated for edema due to impaired heart or kidney function. 

Contained in:

Children's tea - PZN 16861106

Children's tea in a pyramid tea bag - PZN 16861098

Men's tea - PZN 05023230

Men's tea in a pyramid tea bag - PZN 15382622

Women's tea - PZN 05023224

Women's tea in a pyramid tea bag - PZN 15382639

Happy moment - PZN 15386376

Inner balance - PZN 16739339

Fresh energy - PZN 15386382

Lovely morning greeting - PZN 15386399

Blackberry leaves (250 g) - PZN: 10629288

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