Raspberry tea is also known as "women's tea" because of its strong support for reproductive health. But men and children also derive benefits from it. It is a caffeine-free beverage that's healthier for kids than soda, and men—whose bodies have cut down on testosterone production—can drink it to help aid adrenal gland performance.
If you have a sore throat, thrushes in your mouth (a yeast infection) or canker sores, drinking raspberry tea can soothe the pain they cause.
Women who are trying to conceive can drink the tea to strengthen their uterus. Pregnant women can drink it to help ease labor pains.
Raspberry tea reduces the blood flow in females who bleed heavily during their periods. It also helps relieve cramps. Later in life, during menopause, it can support the adrenal glands as they try to compensate for the reduced functioning of the ovaries.
The tea can relieve irritated skin by being used as an astringent. It helps the tissue become firmer and tightens the skin's upper layers.
In addition to having a fruity flavor, this tea contains vital nutrients, such as iron, calcium, and vitamins A and E.
Raspberry tea is a healthy beverage for women who experience morning sickness. However, different sources give conflicting timelines for when it's safe to drink, so consult a doctor before doing so.