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MULBERRY TEA

Biography
There are over 3,000 years of records of the cultivatoin of mulberry tress in China. The ancient Chinese used the mulberry tree for raising silkworms, papermaking, food, and its medicinal qualities Mulberry leaf was used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It was used to expel wind and clearing heat, clearing the liver, and improving vision. Other uses in TCM include relieving cough and cold symptoms, curing dizziness, promoting healthy blood, curing dysentery, treating stomachache, supporting liver function strengthening the eyes, and sustaining youthful skin.
Mulberry tea leaves contain 25 times more calcium than milk. Not only that, mulberry leaves have ten times more iron than spinach, and over twice the fiber of green tea.
Health Benefits
GABA (Gamma Amino Butyric Acid) Assists to maintain blood pressure levels
1-DNJ (1-Deoxinorjirimiycin) Helps to control blood-sugar levels
Phytosterol –Assists to reduce Cholesterol in the blood vessels
Quercetin – Excellent for the liver; shown to assist in the prevention of liver cancer.
Flavonoids – Powerful anti-oxidants
Carotenoids - Assist to decrease the risk of eye disease and certain cancers
Chlorophyll - Supports the heart, intestines, cleanses liver, & improves overall vascular health
Vitamin A – For Healthy Eyes
Vitamin B1 – For Skin &Muscle Tone, Immune and Nervous System function
Vitamin B2 – For Digestive & Muscular Function
Vitamin B6 - Assists nerve function, break down proteins, produces antibodies & hemoglobin
Vitamin C - Antioxidant with increasingly diverse uses in health promotion & disease prevention
Amino Acids – Providing Protein Building blocks essential to Healthy Living
Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Iron & Zinc
Usage
Boil the leaf powder in water and consume twice daily.

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