The Health Benefits of Drinking White Mulberry Leaf Tea
Mulberry leaf tea is an herbal drink that is useful for health. The production process of mulberry leaf is the same as ordinary tea. Dating back for centuries, mulberry leaf tea was served as a drink for the Chinese Emperors and also in the royal courts of Japan and Korea.
Who should drink it?
Everyone can drink it every day. Mulberry leaf tea is suitable for young and old because it offers several vitamins that are useful for health. For patients who suffered from diabetes or high blood pressure, mulberry leaf tea can help decreasing sugar levels and blood pressure.
What are the benefits for the body?
Analysis at the Mulberry Research Center of Thailand found mulberry leaf contains 18 amino acids, minerals and vitamins such as calcium, potassium, sodium, magnesium, iron, and vitamin A-B1-2. The most important ingredients are ‘phytosterol’ and ‘gamma-amino acid’ which help to decrease cholesterol level in the blood and high blood pressure.
What are some other uses?
Mulberry leaf tea has many benefits but users should be cautious of any ill effects. One study found that mulberry leaf may stop the HIV enzyme. Another case study by pharmacist team of Samroang Hospital, Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand tested 82 patients with diabetes. After receiving mulberry in capsule form three times a day for 8 weeks, 90% of the patients had an overall average decrease in blood sugar levels of 24%. Mulberry leaf tea is also known for it's high fiber content.
Is Mulberry leaf tea safe?
Mulberry leaf tea is a naturally pure herb that is non-toxic and very safe to drink. It is very good for the elderly to drink everyday and Chinese and Japanese naturalpaths recommend it's consumption to fend off disease.
Pregnant women, breast feeding mothers and young children should not drink large amounts unless under the supervision of a qualified professional.
Is Mulberry leaf used as part of Traditional Chinese Medicine?
Mulberry leaf was traditionally used in China as medicine by the Emperor and members of his royalty court. Traditional Chinese doctors have used mulberry leaf for treatment of fever in the lungs, coughing and rheumatism. Modern Chinese medical research has lead doctors to discover that mulberry leaf can be used to treat the high blood pressure and high cholesterol. They refer to it as “amazing medicine from heaven.”
Mulberry Leaf Tea from the Jiaogulan Tea Company of Thailand
This healthy tea is abundant in minerals and free of pesticides, caffeine, sugar, colorings and preservatives. Mulberry's natural aroma and bitter-sweet flavor creates a delicious beverage that may nourish the body. Mulberry is not really a tea, but an infusion of the leaves from the Mulberry Tree. This is the same tree used to cultivate silk worms for the Silk Industry in Thailand.
Mulberry Leaf and Blood Sugar Control
2004 Article Extract: highly regarded in Chinese and Japanese medicine. It (mulberry) is used to control fasting blood glucose levels and improve blood sugar control. Additionally, it helps reduce the amount of cell membrane damage, making it an effective antioxidant as well. See full article below...
White Mulberry Leafs
usage in Traditional Chinese Medicine
Mulberry leaf has sweet, bitter and cold properties in TCM.
Article Extract: in vitro studies have shown that decoctions made from fresh mulberry leaf can inhibit the progress of several bacteria, including S. aureus and hemolytic streptococcus. New research shows that mulberry leaf extracts can also play a role in the management and treatment of diabetes.
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Murata K, Yatsunami K, Fukuda E, et al. Antihyperglycemic effects of propolis mixed with mulberry leaf extract on patients with type 2 diabetes. Altern Ther Health Med May-June 2004;10(3):78-9.
Ratanapo S, Ngamjunyaporn W, Chulavatnatol M. Interaction of a mulberry leaf lectin with a phytopathogenic bacterium, P. syringae pv mori. Plant Sci March 2001;160(4):739-744.
Srivastava S, Kapoor R, Thathola A, et al. Mulberry (morus alba) leaves as human food: a new dimension of sericulture. Int J Food Sci Nutr November 2003;54(6):411-6.
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White mulberry is often tried in order to help treat diabetes. It is also tried for treating high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, the common cold and its symptoms, muscle and joint pain such as from arthritis, constipation, dizziness, ringing in the ears, hair loss, and premature graying.
How does it work?
There are some chemicals in white mulberry that work in a similar way to some medicines used for type 2 diabetes. They slow the breakdown of sugars in the gut so that they are absorbed more slowly into the blood. This helps the body keep blood sugar levels in the desirable range.
The white mulberry leaves have scientists especially excited, since they may help prevent diabetes.
A compound called 1-deoxynojirimycin (DNJ) found in mulberry leaves is thought to inhibit sugar digestion so that most sugar is not absorbed into the bloodstream and is instead excreted.
Studies suggest DNJ helps prevent spikes in blood sugar.
You can drink mulberry leaf tea with your meals to help control blood sugar and possibly prevent diabetes.
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