Organic Mulberry leaf powder
organic Mulberry Powder
- blood pressure
- blood sugar
- cholesterol health
- The history of humans using Mulberry leaf dates back almost 5000 years.
- It is the oldest herb used by man for its nourishing qualities.
- Mulberry leaf is commonly known as a food source for silkworms where silk comes from.
- Mulberry is known and respected by many cultures in both the east and west because of its nourishing nature.
- This power-packed leaf has a long history of supporting vitality and wellness.
Mulberry leaves are a true treasure of Asian culture. Its traditional medicinal properties are in some of China’s oldest books of remedies.
This amazing leaf also packs the wonderful amino acid GABA. Taking GABA as a supplement does not work well if it is not from a natural food source with high bioavailability.
Mulberry leaf has also shown great promise as a superstar for lipid issues. In one clinical trial, subjects were given 280 mg of mulberry leaf three times daily over a 12-week period. The conclusion of this study saw total cholesterol, triglyceride, and LDL levels drop by 4.9%, 14.1%, and 5.6% from their respective baseline. This study's exciting news is that HDL (good cholesterol) increased by 19.7%. These results show promise for those who may have “metabolic” based issues
Raw Organic Mulberry Leaf Powder may include:
- May support healthy blood sugar levels
- May support healthy weight loss and management
- May support healthy blood pressure levels
- May support healthy lipid levels
- May support healthy digestion and assimilation
- Nourishing the blood and, in the process, soothing the nerves
- May support healthy bowels
- A staple in traditional medicine
- Nourishing source of protein and minerals
Suggested Use: Mix one tablespoon in your favorite juice or smoothie.
Infusion: Use the ratio of 1 tea bag of product for every 8 ounces of distilled water. Bring water to a boil and then take off. Put tea in a mug with water and cover for 15 minutes. (This method is specific for whole-leaf herbs and teas).
Tincture: This method can take 15 to 30 days. You will need 3 items (a mason jar with a cover, the herb/herbs of your choice, and liquid for extracting). The extracting liquid can be alcohol, alcohol/water combo, vinegar, or vegetable glycerin. Take the product and fill the jar ¾ full, add the liquid of your choice, and close the jar. Then shake the jar, so everything is well mixed. Give the jar a good shake several times a day. After 15 to 30 days, strain and bottle in glass tincture jars.