Mulberry tea is a natural organic herbal tea.  The natural characters of Mulberry Tea is bitter and cold, it works with Lungs, Liver and Kidneys meridians according to the Chinese Traditional Medicine practice,

In the Chinese ancient herbalology “Compendium of Material Media 本草綱目” written by Li ShiZhen during the Ming Dynasty, it highlights the benefits of

Mulberry tea “treating  heat and cough, cooling  blood that has effect to enhance the eyesight and growing hair”.  Modern  scientific researches confirmed dried mulberry leaves contain 25%-45% crude protein, 20%-25% carbohydrate, 5% crude fat with rich contains of potassium, calcium, Vitamin C, B1, B2 , A, etc. also copper, zinc, boron, manganese, 18 different kind of Amino acid and other substances that we need for our health.

Health  Effects

  • Inhibiting the rise of blood sugar
  • Antibacterial
  • Lowering blood pressure
  • Lowering blood lipid
  • Antioxidant
  • Anti-toxic sterilization
  • Anti-aging
  • Lighten pigment freckles
  • Prevention of dementia
  • Reducing depression syndrome
  • Reducing cancer risk
  • Alleviating menopausal syndrome
  • Improve laxative, reducing swelling

Potential Side effects

Even though Mulberry Tea is suitable for daily drink because of its  many healthy effects of lowering blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol, aid to lose weight and freckles,  but still there are some potential side effects to people who have sensitive stomach or special health conditions:

  • It can inhibit the digestive enzyme
  • It stimulates the digestive system
  • With excessive consumption can have cause discomfort to stomach

Suggestion :

  • Brewing method: 3gm vs. 200ml, water temperature: 90°C – 950°C, multiple infusions
  • 4 cups per day
  • Drink after eating
  • Drink water in between
  • Can add one some Goji, Hong Chiao Mei or Jasmine tea