Mulberries (Morus alba) are a good source of resveratrol, a potent phytonutrient also found in grapes that researchers believe can prevent cancer and aid in the fight of existing cancers. Mulberry is useful for persons who use their eyes a lot during work since regularly taking mulberry strengthens eyesight. Mulberry helps proper gastric juice secretion; enhances appetite, and also improves digestion and assimilation. It can be used to fight ailments like chronic hepatitis. Regular consumption of mulberry juice eases anemia, pallor, dizziness, heart-palpitations and insomnia. Nutritious values in mulberry enrich the blood and soothe the nerves. Mulberry can be helpful in promoting the metabolism of alcohol. Mulberry eases hypertension and is said to strengthen the liver and kidneys. Mulberry is helpful in treating constipation, chronic gastritis and eliminating abdominal distention. Intake of mulberry juice after any surgery is restorative. Mulberry has shown efficacy in maintaining low cholesterol levels in the body and in reducing blood sugar levels.
- Primary Uses: Here are a few of the ailments Mulberry can provide relief for: • Blood sugar (lowers) • Constipation • Cholesterol (lowers) • Digestion • Gray Hair (lessens) • Hypertension • Insomnia • Chronic Hepatitis