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Sakurae Mulberry Tablets

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• 100% Organic Mulberry Leaves from Shimane Prefecture, Japan
Net weight: 0.2g x 120 tablets
• Take 3 to 5 tablets before meal

Sakurae Mulberry Tablets


Benefits of Mulberry Leaves

Made of Mulberry leaves

Consumed to expel wind and clearing heat, cleansing 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, ten times more iron than spinach, and over twice the fiber of green tea. It was used in China for thousands of years as a medicinal herb! Today, it is used to prevent and treat a variety of health problems.

DNJ presence in Mulberry, mimics the activity of diabetes medications, which is to inhibit carbohydrate absorption.

• Mulberry helps reduces cholesterol – helps lower triglyceride or low density lipoprotein (LDL).
• Help lower blood glucose due to the presence of compound identified as 1-deoxynojirimycin (DNJ)
• Weight loss, increase metabolism by removing fatigue.
• Mulberry supports healthy blood function.
• Fight cold symptoms
• Heals the body when recovering from cold symptoms such as sore throat, cough, fever, headache and red eyes.
• Reduce stress - presence of GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) in mulberry tea is known to resolve anxiety and mood disorders.
• Natural detoxifier, mulberry flushes toxin from our body, cleanses the liver and kidney.

• 100% Organic Mulberry Leaves from Shimane Prefecture, Japan
0.2g x 360 tablets
• Take 3 to 5 tablets before meal and to be taken twice a day

Do not take Mulberry as treatment of diabetes or any sickness. Always maintain a healthy lifestyle and
seek medical treatment for all your health condition.

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