If women have reported nausea after drinking raspberry leaf tea, then how is it also supposed to help morning sickness (as stated earlier in the article)?
I think sometimes Tea is not what it's cracked up to be, for some people. Although I'm not pregnant I do sip many different brands, types and flavors of it, and do consider to have valid opinions that count. I have tried one called Sleepy Time? (I do not know the exact name) that made claims of making you sleepy enough to fall asleep. It didn't work for me, it had the opposite effect where I stayed wide awake- and a touch jittery. I am not a jittery person.
The Raspberry Tea I have never tried only because I know without even tasting it, I wouldn't like it. My advice to you is if you would like to try some, but are unsure of what the effect it would have on you, is to either talk this over with your Doctor or just take sips of the tea to see how you do.
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