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About Mulberry

About Mulberry

Mulberry leaves have traditionally been used in the Orient as herbal medicine.
In recent times it is being used to help prevent and recover from many common disorders created by our modern lifestyle, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and type 2 diabetes.

DNJ- Its unique component of a compound known as 1-deoxynojirimycin (DNJ), can only be extracted from the mulberry leaf. It controls absortion of gulcose and helps to decrease the amount of gulcose in blood. As a result it prevents the increase of sugar levels in bloodafter a meal. In studies, this has proven helpful to many type two diabetics.

Mulberry leaves are known to have multiple benefits to health. In general, theycontain detoxification properties. This helps restore health problems caused by kidney ailments- such as migraines, diabetes, leucorrhea, and high cholesterol.

Compared to green tea mulberry tea has twice the amount of iron, and is grown organically while leaves used for green tea usually suffers large amounts of pesticides. Also mulberry tea contained 27 times more calcium than milk in comparison studies.


About Mulberry

One of the most unique qualities of the mulberry leaf is that it prevents sugars from entering into your bloodstream. A research group in Japan found that mulberry leaves contain compounds that inhibit intestinal enzymes from passing sugars into the bloodstream. This inhibitor compound known as 1-deoxynojirimycin (DNJ), can only be extracted from the mulberry leaf. By preventing large amounts of monosaccharide from entering into circulation, mulberry teas helps prevent and fight diabetes. Because it blocks unwanted excessive sugars before they even enter the bloodstream, it can also help with weight problems.

We recommend having a cup of mulberry tea on the side when enjoying our delicious desserts. This combination makes your snack time healthier and a little bit more guilt-free. For the most effectiveness, drink the mulberry tea with meals.


About Mulberry

External source: http://www.life-enhancement.com/article_template.asp?id=992,
Sogo JA Hatano in Kanagawa prefecture, Japan.




Comments & Responses

16 Responses so far.

  1. Grace Hiraga says:

    I have type 2 diabetes recently
    (1)When I ate 3 meals a day, when shall I drink a mulberry tea? (2) How much or hot or cold?
    (3) what about when I have a snack during my meal time?

    I need to know and thank you for your reply.

    grace t. hiraga

  2. Marcus says:

    I would like to know which type of Mulberry tree is used for the tea. Are there any other ingredients in the tea? Thank you :)

  3. Junko Kawai says:

    Where can I buy Mulberry Tea in retail store in San francisco are?

  4. randi sykes says:

    am interested in trying mulberry tea, but am sensitive to anything with caffeine. Doe you have mulberry tea that is decaffinated?
    Please let me know I would me most interested
    Thank You

  5. nancy lutz says:

    where can I shop for White Mulberry tea? in Maryland.

  6. Alice Putman says:

    I am taking medication (metformin) for type 2 diabetes. Will mulberry tea interfere with it? I am trying to wean myself off of medication.

    • admin says:

      Hi, Alice

      Thank you for your inquiry.
      I’d suggest to check with your doctor to see what he or she will have to say.
      That would be the best answer you can get…


  7. Marilyn says:

    how often should i drink the mulberry tea? and i also eat the dried berries how much and how often should i eat them? what benefits/side effect will there be if i drink/eat too much…i guess I’m asking can i overdose on it?

  8. Bessie Mcdowell says:

    Where can I get tea in Pennsylvania ?

  9. Gail L. says:

    Can I order the greenoodle & mulberry tea on one order? I’m assuming they are both from the same company.

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