Mulberry Tea (Morus Alba) has many health benefits which have been proven over many centuries in China, Japan, and other eastern countries.  Mulberry Teas were developed along with the ancient silk trade in China. Mulberry bushes were found to be the best food for silk worms and therefore, an important part of the silk road. The early Chinese and Japanese civilizations found these leaves to be very healthy for humans as well and used it for medical treatment for many centuries.

Mulberry Black Tea provides these health benefits for use in all seasons. In addition, it has a smoother taste with a sweet aroma compared to existing Mulberry Green Teas.

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Calming and soothing effects Many teas, taken frequently, can cause some people to become more nervous and experience increased blood pressure. Not only does Mulberry Tea provide a calming and soothing effect, but. it also provides better sleeping with a feeling of being fully rested in the morning.

Contains a wide range of important vitamins and minerals The combination of Vitamin A, B1, B2, C, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Iron and Zinc is
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uniquely available in Mulberry teas. In addition, Mulberry tea contains natural chemicals including Anti-Oxidants, Amino Acids, Polyphenols, Bioflavonoids, Phytosterols, GABA and DNJ.....all important to our long term health.

Reduces carbohydrates conversion to sugars For many centuries, mulberry tea has been used as a treatment for Diabetes Mellitus in Asia. The mulberry leafs uniquely contain a chemical DNJ (1-Deoxynojirimycin). In research studies, it has been shown to significantly reduce the conversion of carbohydrates to sugars into your bloodstream. This can be very beneficial for diabetic and pre-diabetic patients. It also can be very beneficial for weight loss as well.

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Mulberry Tea has no Caffeine Ordinary black teas with Oxalic Acid such as Oolong tea, black tea, etc. contain about 2% -4% caffeine. This can result in loss of body calcium which is excreted. This can increase calcium deficiency symptoms over long periods of use. Mulberry Black Tea has no such Disadvantages.

Mulberry Tea has no Tannic Acid Tannic acid found in many ordinary teas affects the intestinal absorption of iron. Over time, this may cause some iron deficiency in some persons who drink tea frequently.

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