Red raspberry (Rubus idaeus)

Ellagic Acid in Red Raspberries Said to Prevent Cancer

The most promising benefit that red raspberries hold for acid is a phenolic compound known for its potent anticarcinogenic and antimutagenic properties. Clinical tests conducted at the Hollings Cancer Institute at the Medical University of South Carolina and dozens of other prestigious research centers show that this naturally occurring plant phenol may be the most effective way to prevent cancer, to inhibit the growth of cancer cells, and to arrest the growth of cancer in people with a genetic predisposition for the disease. A brief review of the medical literature indicates the following:

Red Raspberry Leaves

The article presents the poem "Red Raspberry Leaves," by Janice Marsh-Prelesnik. First Line: Yesterday I picked raspberry leaves just for you, Last Line: Because that succulent berry is a prize w...

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