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Making bath time healthier for you > Organic Blackberry Astringent/Oily/Skin Tonic Facial Steam Tea. Collagen Booster.
Organic Blackberry Astringent/Oily/Skin Tonic Facial Steam Tea.  Collagen Booster.

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Good for Oily Skins

A great botanical treat for the face! Created specifically for deep pore cleansing, restoration, and skin vitality.

Blackberry leaf preparation may as well be applied externally in the form of steam, which is a valuable remedy for psoriasis and scaly conditions of the skin. The leaves contain much tannin, and have long been esteemed as a capital astringent and tonic for the skin

Blackberry leaf is an excellent blood and skin tonic. Therefore it can serve as a tonic for oily skin.Blackberry Leaf was also used as a poultice for wounds and insect bites, and as a wash for oily skin.It is equally efficient in the form of compress to administer to varicose veins, hemorrhoids and various skin problems.

Contains, organic Blackberry Leaf,  Lemon balm, Lavender.

Blackberry leaf extract could be the new ingredient in the fight against aging skin thanks to its collagen- and elastin boosting properties.


Fermenting the blackberry leaves enhances their flavor and therapeutic effect. To ferment, crush slightly wilted blackberry leaves with a rolling pin. Wrap the leaves in a damp cloth and hang them in a warm place. After two or their days, the leaves will exude a rose-like scent. At this point, remove the leaves from the cloth and let them dry before using.

Increasing the Tea's Medicinal Value

Boiling down the leaves to make a decoction releases many more tannins than when the tea is made by infusion. This means that boiling the blackberry leaves produces a much more medicinally effective tea. Drink it to combat diarrhea, decrease heavy menstrual flow and treat inflammations of the mouth and throat.

Chewing fresh blackberry leaves can help canker sores and inflamed gums. The action releases the astringent tannins, which heal and soothe, and vitamin C, which is essential for gum health.

Medicinal Uses for Sore Throat Pain

Blackberry-leaf tea is suitable as a gargle and mouthwash for inflammation of the mouth and throat when you have a cold. When you first notice a sore throat, you can help keep it from worsening by gargling with blackberry tea right away. To supplement the effect, drink 2-3 cups of tea daily.

Medicinal Use for Diarrhea

For gastrointestinal flu with diarrhea and cramping, a decoction of blackberry-leaf tea can prove to be very effective. Drink 2-3 small cups sweetened with a little honey over the course of a day. The astringent tannins in the leaves will reduce both the intestinal inflammation and the excess flow of secretions. For an even more effective tea, blend 2 ounces of blackberry leaves with 1 ounce of peppermint leaves. Caution: Never give children tea that includes peppermint. The menthol in the peppermint can have an adverse reaction in children.

Medicinal Uses for Skin Rashes

To treat inflamed or oozing rashes, make a decoction by gently boiling the blackberry leaves. Soak a cotton cloth in the liquid. Wring out the cloth and place it on the affected area; cover with plastic wrap. Leave on for 30 minutes. Repeat several times a day.