The Latin name of the raspberry is Rubeus Ideaus. This name refers to that of the nymph Ida, one of Zeus' nurses. One day, not knowing how to calm the tears of the young god, Ida went to the hills where she found white raspberry bushes. The raspberry bush was covered with thorns, so she scratched her breast and blood flowed onto the fruit. The white raspberry, sprinkled with the blood of the nymph's breast, became pink. This legend is closely associated with motherhood.
The raspberry tree is used for maternity, love but also for prosperity and luck.
Not intended for food consumption.
Sachet of 20 gr