Mulberry Loose Leaf 100g

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Mulberry Loose Leaf 100g

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❡Mulberry Loose Leaf 100g


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Good for Preventing diabetes, Age preventing, Hypertension,
Constipation, Blas-toporlepsis, Immunopotentiation,
Hardening of arteries, Gout
Caffeine-Free & Blood Sugar Controller 

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Mulberry, a plant that grows in China, Korea and Japan, has been used in traditional Chinese medicine, in particular as an herbal tea. Mulberry leaf tea's health benefits are attributed to its naturally occurring compound, 1-deoxynojirimycin, or DNJ. DNJ is responsible for mulberry's antidiabetic effects, which have been studied extensively. Mulberry leaf tea also has powerful antioxidant properties and has been found to lower cholesterol and triglycerides and reduce inflammation.

Contains Minerals and Antioxidants

According to an article published in the "International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition" in 2006, mulberry leaves contain calcium, iron and zinc. Mulberry also contains the antioxidants ascorbic acid and beta carotene. Antioxidants inhibit cellular damage caused by free radicals, which get created during food digestion and smoke and radiation exposure. Regularly consuming foods and drinks rich in beta carotene may reduce your risk of cancer, according to PubMed Health.

Lowers Blood Glucose Levels

Type 2 diabetes is characterized by increased blood glucose levels. According to a study published in "The American Journal of Chinese Medicine" in 2012, mulberry lowers blood glucose due to its gallic acid content. In a study published in "Diabetes Care" in 2007, this effect was shown in Type 2 diabetes patients. In the study, everyone in a diabetes group and a healthy control group received a sucrose drink, but some also got mulberry extract, while the others got a placebo. Blood glucose was tested beforehand and two, three and four hours after sucrose consumption. The results showed that taking mulberry significantly curbed glucose spikes in the first two hours after consumption. The scientists concluded that mulberry could be useful both in the treatment of diabetes and in its prevention.

Reduces Bad Cholesterol

In a study published in 2013 in "BioMed Research International," triglyceride and LDL cholesterol levels were lowered significantly in patients given 280 grams of mulberry leaf powder three times daily for three months. A study published in 2010 in the "Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition" found similar results after giving participants 12 milligrams of mulberry leaf extract three times daily for three months. These studies suggest that regular heavy doses of this herb may be required to see significant results in lowering cholesterol and triglycerides. However, sipping some mulberry leaf tea regularly may help prevent high cholesterol.

Has Anti-Inflammatory Effects

According to a study published in 2013 in the "Journal of Functional Foods," mulberry leaf has been traditionally used to treat inflammation caused by chronic diseases, and the results of the study verify its anti-inflammatory effects. In vitro, scientists found mulberry leaf inhibits inflammatory agents in the body, cutting off the body's inflammatory response. This effect was shown in rats in a study published in 2010 in "Phytotherapy Research." Rats with induced paw edema were introduced to mulberry, which inhibited the formation of inflamed paw tissue. These studies suggest mulberry leaf tea could be used to help ease pain by reducing inflammation.


6 Health Benefits of Mulberries

1. Source of Antioxidants

Antioxidants help lessen the damage caused by free radicals and the entire mulberry plant- leaves, stems, and fruit, contains antioxidants. [1] [2] One antioxidant in particular, resveratrol, has gotten much attention. Research published by the University of Texas Health Science Center credits resveratrol for positive effects on age and longevity. [3]

2. Immune System Support

Mulberries contain alkaloids that activate macrophages. Macrophages are white blood cells that stimulate the immune system, putting it on high active alert against health threats. [4]

3. Supports Healthy Blood Sugar

More formal research is appropriate, but mulberry is thought to contain compounds that support balanced blood sugar levels. [5] Traditional medicine in China, Trinidad and Tobago have all used mulberry leaves to promote balanced blood sugar levels. [6] [7]

4. Healthy Food!

Dried mulberries are a great source of protein, vitamin C and K, fiber, and iron. Best of all, they’re available in health food stores everywhere! Enjoy them as a great snack all by themselves or add them to your favorite trail mix. If you live in a warm climate and are lucky enough to have mulberry trees nearby, you can enjoy the fruit fresh off the tree. Not as tasty as the fruit, even the leaves contain protein, fiber, and nutrients! [8]

5. Resists Redness

Practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine have used mulberry as a remedy for swelling and redness. [9] A recent Romanian study discovered that a curcumin and mulberry leaf combination may be a new lead into natural remedies for this sort of irritation. [10]

6. Brain Protection?

Do mulberries offer anything to the brain? Researchers at Khon Kaen University in Thailand set out to answer that question by evaluating the effect of mulberry on male rats with memory impairment and brain damage. Although further investigation is required before mulberries can be declared a cognitive enhancer and neuroprotectant, rats that consumed mulberries had better memories and less oxidative stress. [11]

- Dr. Edward F. Group III, DC, ND, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM

References:

  1. Wang W, Zu Y, Fu Y, Efferth T. In vitro antioxidant and antimicrobial activity of extracts from Morus alba L. leaves, stems and fruits. Am J Chin Med. 2012;40(2):349-56.
  2. Imran M, Khan H, Shah M, Khan R, Khan F. Chemical composition and antioxidant activity of certain Morus species. J Zhejiang Univ Sci B. 2010 Dec;11(12):973-80. doi: 10.1631/jzus.B1000173.
  3. Shankar S, Singh G, Srivastava RK. Chemoprevention by resveratrol: molecular mechanisms and therapeutic potential. Front Biosci. 2007 Sep 1;12:4839-54. Review.
  4. Kim SB, Chang BY, Jo YH, Lee SH, Han SB, Hwang BY, Kim SY, Lee MK. Macrophage activating activity of pyrrole alkaloids from Morus alba fruits. J Ethnopharmacol. 2013 Jan 9;145(1):393-6. doi: 10.1016/j.jep.2012.11.007. Epub 2012 Nov 16.
  5. Kimura T, Nakagawa K, Kubota H, Kojima Y, Goto Y, Yamagishi K, Oita S, Oikawa S, Miyazawa T. Food-grade mulberry powder enriched with 1-deoxynojirimycin suppresses the elevation of postprandial blood glucose in humans. J Agric Food Chem. 2007 Jul 11;55(14):5869-74. Epub 2007 Jun 8.
  6. Lans CA. Ethnomedicines used in Trinidad and Tobago for urinary problems and diabetes mellitus. J Ethnobiol Ethnomed. 2006 Oct 13;2:45.
  7. Wang HJ, Chiang BH. Anti-diabetic effect of a traditional Chinese medicine formula. Food Funct. 2012 Nov;3(11):1161-9. doi: 10.1039/c2fo30139c.
  8. Kandylis K, Hadjigeorgiou I, Harizanis P. The nutritive value of mulberry leaves (Morus alba) as a feed supplement for sheep. Trop Anim Health Prod. 2009 Jan;41(1):17-24. doi: 10.1007/s11250-008-9149-y. Epub 2008 Mar 15.
  9. Chen YC, Tien YJ, Chen CH, Beltran FN, Amor EC, Wang RJ, Wu DJ, Mettling C, Lin YL, Yang WC. Morus alba and active compound oxyresveratrol exert anti-inflammatory activity via inhibition of leukocyte migration involving MEK/ERK signaling. BMC Complement Altern Med. 2013 Feb 23;13:45. doi: 10.1186/1472-6882-13-45.
  10. Pirvulescu MM, Gan AM, Stan D, Simion V, Calin M, Butoi E, Tirgoviste CI, Manduteanu I. Curcumin and a Morus alba extract reduce pro-inflammatory effects of resistin in human endothelial cells. Phytother Res. 2011 Dec;25(12):1737-42. doi: 10.1002/ptr.3463. Epub 2011 Mar 28.
  11. Kaewkaen P, Tong-Un T, Wattanathorn J, Muchimapura S, Kaewrueng W, Wongcharoenwanakit S. Mulberry Fruit Extract Protects against Memory Impairment and Hippocampal Damage in Animal Model of Vascular Dementia. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2012;2012:263520. doi: 10.1155/2012/263520. Epub 2012 Aug 16.

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Some individuals may have adverse reactions to certain plants, herbs, and other natural products. 
Just because something is natural does not mean it is safe for everyone. 
On any issue where no specific advice is given to consumers please follow this general advice if you are currently taking the product:

you are advised to discontinue use and consult your pharmacist or herbal medical doctor. 
when speaking to your doctor of pharmacist you may find it helpful to take a copy of this MHRA advice about the product with you
you should continue to take any medication prescribed by your doctor.

Additional

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Health Benefits blood sugar controller, constipation, diabetes, gout, hardening of the arteries, immune, improve diabetes symptoms
Directions Place ingredients in teapot steep for 5-15minute in hot water then enjoy ♣1tea bag=5cups of water
Product Package Loose leaf
Good herbal formulation No
Storage Temperature room temperature
Country of origin Korea

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