Raspberries are delicious, but did you know their leaves are also packed with nutrients? For centuries raspberry leaves have been used to make medicinal brews that can treat various health ailments, especially in women.*
FeelGood Organic Superfoods® Raspberry Flowers only have one ingredient, which is the flower itself. Raspberry leaves are packed full of vitamins and minerals, like iron, calcium, magnesium, vitamins C and E and potassium.
FeelGood Organic Superfoods® sources ingredients from their indigenous regions to maintain sustainability and ensure purity. We source our raspberry flowers from small organic farms in Croatia. There are no additives or fillers in our organic raspberry flowers. We are dedicated to caring for our bodies and our planet because a health lifestyle makes you FeelGood™.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
This is a very good product.
THank you, Annette! We're delighted to hear you like our raspberry leaves.
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