Mulberry is a deciduous tree native to China with white flowers and red berries. Fruit is sweet, but almost odorless. The leaves are used for tea, which is valued for its sweet earthy taste and health benefits.
One of the most outstanding qualities of the mulberry leaf to prevent falling of sugar in blood. A research group in Japan found that mulberry leaves contain compounds that inhibit intestinal enzymes from passing sugars into the bloodstream. This compound is known as 1-deoxynojirimycin (DNJ), can only be extracted from mulberry leaf. The same study proved that increasing the level of insulin in the blood, which is another way to fight against diabetes.
Laboratory studies show that the absorption of foods high in cholesterol leads to an increased risk of developing hyperlipemia. However, if the foods that contain cholesterol, mixed with mulberry leaves, the level of cholesterol in the blood is reduced to half.
For anyone committed to a healthy diet, we recommend you to try Mulberry tea.
For best efficiency it is recommended to drink tea before meals.
Mulberry tea taste so soft and gentle that it can become a regular and favorite drink.
Application: brew tea bag in 150 ml of hot water.
Contraindications: individual intolerance.
Pack of 20 sachets.