Health Benefits of Blackberry Tea

We usually associate berries with jellies. This fruit, easily found in gardens in different regions of the country, can be very versatile. Blackberry is a mulberry fruit that has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. The tree bears fruit from the month of November, however, the leaves are available for use throughout the year. It can be consumed in several ways: fresh , in desserts and juices.

As for the leaves, there is the possibility of using them to make tea, which, in turn, help to treat bone and inflammation in the vocal cords. Whether on a hot or mild day, blackberry tea is a great option. There are those who prefer to drink as soon as it leaves the fire, others prefer ice cream.


Blackberry tea is a drink that can be made with either the blackberry leaves or the fruit.

It is worth mentioning that blackberry tea is very suitable for women who are in the menopause stage, as it can appear to act as estrogen. This practice helps to lessen the hot flash that, for some women, can be unrelenting.


Note the benefits of blackberry tea below:

1. Helps protect bones

As blackberries are rich in manganese and potassium, the tea will help protect the bone structure.

2. Minimizes menopause symptoms

Blackberry and leaf are rich in phytohormones. The action is similar to estrogen in the body, as it helps to combat the typical symptoms of menopause, such as insomnia and hot flashes.

3. Prevents anemia

As it has a significant amount of iron in its composition, blackberry helps to prevent anemia. Remember to combine it with food that is a source of vitamin C, like oranges, for example.

4. Regulates intestinal transit

Blackberry tea has significant amounts of fiber. Therefore, ingestion helps prevent constipation and facilitates intestinal transit.

5. Helps fight baldness

Blackberry tea inhibits hair loss and revitalizes blood circulation in the scalp. Therefore, it can help to delay baldness.

Blackberry is able to stabilize blood pressure and normalize cholesterol levels.

Finally, blackberry also lowers the risk of heart disease.


Note the properties of blackberry tea below:

  • Diuretic properties;
  • Antimicrobial property;
  • Controls glucose;
  • Stimulates memory;
  • It works as an antioxidant;
  • Helps blood circulation;
  • Helps in the treatment of gingivitis and periodontitis
  • Relieves menstrual cramps; and
  • Improves inflammation of the vocal cords.


The blackberry is abundant in:

  • Antioxidants;
  • Iron;
  • Fibers;
  • Flavonoids;
  • Yeasts;
  • Magnesium;
  • Manganese;
  • Vitamin C;
  • Vitamin E; and
  • Vitamin K.

Once the nutrients listed above come together, they can bring several health benefits, especially to prevent anemia and for people who want to lose weight. It is noteworthy that, for iron to be used by the body, it must be consumed along with vitamin C.


It is important to mention that, as with other teas, caution must be exercised when consuming blackberry tea. So far, no research has concluded that pregnant women would or would not enjoy the benefits of this tea.

Also in this scenario, each pregnant woman has an organism, as well as an indication of teas, foods and medicines. Therefore, we suggest that your obstetrician is consulted before starting the ingestion. It is noteworthy that blackberries should be consumed moderately, as too much can cause diarrhea.

To make blackberry tea, you need to use the mulberry tree. This indigenous tree comes from the Asian continent and, due to its properties, has been ballasted around the world. There are ten species of blackberry in existence, however, the best known are the white and the black.

Still in this perspective, the blackberry tea leaf is abundant in vitamins and minerals. Tea from this fruit has approximately twenty times more calcium than milk, for example. It should be noted that it is essential to maintain calcium levels, given that this practice contributes to bone structure, in addition to reducing the risk of overweight.

As for the potassium present in the leaf, it controls pressure, prevents stroke and controls blood pressure. As for iron, also present in the leaf, it works by preventing iron deficit and, consequently, preventing anemia.

Blackberry tea leaf contains magnesium. This element is needed for more than two hundred biochemical reactions in an individual’s body. In this way, magnesium helps balance muscle function, controls heart rate and contributes to strengthening the immune system. In addition, magnesium controls blood sugar levels and keeps blood pressure stable.


Blackberry tea is used for various treatments. Among them, we highlight the relief of menopausal symptoms, as well as the discomfort of the premenstrual period, such as headache and abdominal discomfort due to the presence of flavonoids.

It is important to emphasize that individuals who have low blood sugar should avoid drinking too much blackberry tea, as the blackberry leaf lowers the blood sugar level. Additionally, people who take medication to control diabetes should also avoid drinking this tea, as the medication can interact with substances in the tea.

It is noteworthy that, so that there is no doubt, the ideal is that the doctor is consulted. Only he will be able to say with precision what the continuous ingestion of this tea can do to your health.

If you want to get the tea through the infusion process, it can be made with dried leaves, easily found in natural food stores and supermarkets.

Here’s how to make blackberry leaf tea with ginger:

To do so, you must book:

  • Half a liter of filtered water;
  • 1 blackberry leaf;
  • 2 teaspoons of ginger; and
  • Clove.

To obtain this tea, you must put the water on the fire until it boils. Once that’s done, turn off and gather all the ingredients. Cover for a few minutes and then drink. Sweeten if you want.

We emphasize that blackberry tea must be consumed within twenty-four hours, because after that time, the loss of properties occurs.


To make blackberry tea, you can:

1. Harvest the leaves from the mulberry tree; or

2. Buy it.

Tea can be found in supermarkets and organic food stores. If the preference is to harvest directly from the foot, it is necessary to be careful and observe that the soil is not contaminated.

See below how to prepare blackberry tea:

First, put three teaspoons of blackberry leaf in 300 ml of water. Let the infusion sit for a few minutes. It is possible to sweeten it with sugar or sweetener.

If it is difficult to find the fruit or acquire the leaves, another alternative to obtain the benefits is to take the blackberry capsules. They can be easily found at drugstores and organic food stores. Remember to read the label carefully before ingestion.

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Robert Asprin, APD is a non-dieting Accredited Practicing Dietitian passionate about inspiring positive changes in eating and lifestyle behaviors to help improve health while nurturing relationships with food and body.

Robert Asprin

Robert Asprin, APD is a non-dieting Accredited Practicing Dietitian passionate about inspiring positive changes in eating and lifestyle behaviors to help improve health while nurturing relationships with food and body.

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