Mulberry

(Morus alba)

 

 

White Mulberry Tea is a rather new alternative for herbal

tea drinkers!  Mulberry tea has nearly

200 times less caffeine than regular tea and it has no Tannin.
This wonderful tea has a natural, refreshing taste and is full of vitamins and minerals.

Moreover, Mulberry leaves are known for their multiple health benefits like lowering high cholesterol and high blood pressure, diabetes and weight loss.


Our White Mulberry Tea consists of 100% leaves and isorganically grown.
Our tea is approved by the Thai FDA.

The properties of Mulberry leaves are :

To reduce the blood sugar levels

Research shows that White Mulberry Tea can lower blood

sugar and may be helpful with weight loss, because it contains the component 1-deoxynojirimiycin (DNJ).

This natural chemical compound prevents sugars to enterthe bloodstream.
Taken regularly, Mulberry leaves have proven to behelpful to many type 2 diabetics and are a great support for weight loss.
• To reduce high blood pressure, the amino acid GABA, improves blood circulation.

To lower cholesterol in the blood.

The Mulberry leaves contain Phytosterol (which encompassplant sterols and stanols). The European Foods Safety Authority (EFSA)

concluded that blood cholesterol can be reduced on average by 7 to 10.5%
if a person consumes 1.5 to 2.4 grams of plant sterols and stanols every day.

Mulberry leaves are rich in: Calcium (25 timesmore than in milk), iron (10 times more than spinach), potassium, sulphate,

zinc, vitamines A, B1, B2 and C, folic acid

 

Antioxidants

• Natural cosmetic: Do you know that the Mulberry leavesare a great tonic for your skin and your hair (dry hair)?
For thousands of years already the Mulberry leaves havebeen cultivated and used in South East Asia. The Chinese original academic

herbal book “Shin Nou Honzou Gyou” describes the medicinal efficacy of mulberry leaves, roots and barks.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine Mulberry leaves are used to reduce heat in the body, for skin problems, stomach aches, psoriasis, and edema.


In 1211 the Japanese Zen Monk Eisai (A.C. 1144 - 1215)wrote the book “Kissa Yoyoki” (How to Stay Healthy by Drinking Tea) in which he

describes how drinking tea can have a positive effect on the five vital organs, especially the heart.

White Mulberry Tea is safe for most people.
Side effects have not been reported in studies, but not many studies have been done.
During pregnancy and breast-feeding, we recommend you not to use Mulberry Tea.
We recommend diabetes patients to check their blood sugar regularly when they drink White Mulberry tea.
Mulberry Tea is not a medicine.
If you have a health issue, we recommend that you check with your doctor.

 

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