Green Blackberry Leaves with Low Pesticide Residues and Heavy Metals
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Blackberry leaves have been traditionally used in herbal medicine as an antimicrobial and for their healthful antioxidant properties.
Young blackberry leaves have high levels of antioxidants, or oxygen radical absorbance capacity, according to a study conducted by the U. S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service and published in the “Journal of Agricultural Food Chemistry” in February 2000. The USDA study found that the leaves of blackberry and raspberry, the portion of the plant used in tea, were higher in antioxidant compounds than the berries of either fruit.
In the 1990s， the Japanese found Blackberry Leaves were effective in curing cherry ( in Japanese SAKURA) pollen allergy. Therefore blackberry leaves have been very popular in Japan since then.
Many earth based and Wiccan religions claim that blackberry leaves can help return evil to enemies that sent it, and may also help remove evil spirits from your home. As a result, Blackberry Leaves have been very popular in many countries of the world.
The source of our Blackberry Leaves is from audited supplier from Guangxi Province, one of the main growing areas of Blackberry in China. We buy Blackberry Leaves from our audited suppliers who grow Blackberry plants in remote mountainous areas far away from industries with low heavy metals, managing the application of pesticides as per our supervision so that there is no pollution of pesticide residues in the products.
The best harvest time is in Jul.-Nov. After being manually collected from the growing area, the Blackberry Leaves with diseases and insect pests will be removed, and then the good ones will be placed thinly in the sunshine for 2-3 days until they are well dried. In rainy days, Blackberry Leaves can be dried in ovens with a temperature about 55℃ for about 4 hours.
The annual output of Blackberry Leaves of our company is about 100 tons.
Our Blackberry Leaves are mainly used as medicinal herbs. It can also be used as raw materials of pharmaceuticals, and as raw materials for drinks.