Blackberry leaf (Rubi fruticose folia)

A shrub or semi-shrub that grows in forests, shrublands, meadows, and on foothill and mountain slopes throughout the country. The leaves are collected throughout the year , but are at their best when collected during the flowering season of the shrub. Blackberry leaves help with diarrhea, gastritis, heavy menstruation, white discharge, mild forms of diabetes mellitus, varicose veins. Externally, the leaves are used for inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth, bleeding gums, hemorrhoids. They are dried at low temperature with a lot of wind. Not well dried leaves easily ferment.

Blackberry Tale:

In a woodland village hidden among the high hills and dense oak forests, lived people known for their wisdom and knowledge of medicinal plants. Among them was a particularly precious herb whose leaves brought health and prosperity – the blackberry.

Legend told of an old healer who first discovered the miraculous properties of blackberry leaves. He taught people how to pick them carefully so as not to injure their hands from the sharp thorns, and how to use them to improve digestion, maintain beautiful skin and strengthen the immune system.

Every spring when the blackberries bloomed, the villagers gathered for a big feast to celebrate the beginning of the leaf-picking season. They told stories of ancient times when blackberry leaves saved the village from a great disease, and drank blackberry leaf tea in gratitude to nature.

The young learned from the old how to prepare potions to strengthen the gums and how the leaves can help with skin irritations. Scientists from distant cities traveled to the village to learn the secrets of these healing leaves and share them with the world.

The village was known for its peaceful atmosphere and healthy inhabitants, thanks to the small but mighty herb, the blackberry. Blackberry leaves continued to be a symbol of health and prosperity, preserving the secrets and wisdom of the forest village for generations to come.

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