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Mulberry, also known as mulberry seed, mulberry cane, mulberry jujube, mulberry fruit, black mulberry, etc., is a kind of wild fruit. The mature mulberry is black-red in color and sweet and sour in taste. It's refreshing, juicy and delicious with a lot of trace elements. It's very good for health. As early as more than two thousand years ago, mulberry was a gift for the emperor of China. Mulberry is known as "the folk sacred fruit", and it's a fruit & as well as medicine. The lack of blood qi, irregular menstruation, dizziness, tinnitus, palpitations, insomnia, and hair loss and gray hair are all caused by weak liver and kidney. Mulberry can improve the above situation in an all-round way. It is rich in active protein, vitamins, amino acids, carotene, minerals and other elements. The nutrients are 5-6 times more than apples and 4 times than grapes. Eat mulberry frequently can improve human immunity, delay aging, and beautify the skins.

PremiOne's additive-free black mulberry comes from farms in Turpan, Xinjiang, which is naturally pollution-free! The fruit is thick and black in color. After harvesting, mulberries will be placed in the sun room to dry naturally, without any preservatives or additives.

• Mulberry is very nutritious and contains a variety of vitamins, especially rich in phosphorus and iron, which can nourish the kidneys and blood, make the complexion ruddy, and keep hair dark and smooth. It's good for women with blood deficiency or after childbirth.
• Since mulberry contains very high anthocyanins, 75.7mg per 100g, regular consumption of mulberry can improve eyesight and relieve the symptoms of eye fatigue and dryness. Eating more mulberry for pregnant women will also help the fetus' eyes development.
• Mulberry can increase the weight of the spleen and enhance the hemolytic reaction. It can prevent arteriosclerosis and bone and joint stiffness in the human body, and promote metabolism.
• Mulberry has the functions of producing body fluids, quenching thirst, promoting digestion, and helping defecation. When eaten in moderation, it can promote gastric juice secretion, stimulate bowel movements and relieve dryness and heat.
• Mulberry is also rich in resveratrol. Black grape peel is a well-known food rich in resveratrol. According to a 2015 study in the United States, each gram of mulberry contains 50.61 micrograms of resveratrol, which is black grape peel. 7 times the weight (calculated based on the dried weight), resveratrol has a strong antioxidant effect, can resist aging and prevent cardiovascular diseases.
• Mulberry is also rich in melatonin, which can help mothers improve their sleep quality. Studies have shown that consuming melatonin 1-2 hours before bedtime can reduce the time required to fall asleep, increase sleep quality and sleep duration.

Traditional Chinese medicine believes that black mulberry is slightly cold in nature and enters the heart, liver, and kidney meridians. It is nourishing and strengthening, nourishing the heart and improving intelligence. It has the effects of nourishing blood, nourishing yin, promoting body fluid, quenching thirst, and moisturizing intestinal dryness.

Indications are symptoms of dizziness, tinnitus, heart palpitations, irritability, insomnia, weak waist and knees, early whitening of beard, dry mouth, dry stool and other symptoms caused by insufficient Yin and blood.

Edible taboos of mulberry:
There are two types of mulberry, black and white, with purple and black as the top grade for benefit, immature can not be eaten.
Don't use ironware when eating or drinking mulberries. Mulberries will decompose acidic substances and react with iron to cause poisoning.
Mulberry contains hemolytic allergic substances and hyaluronic acid, which is prone to hemolytic enteritis after excessive consumption.
Children should not eat too many mulberries. Because mulberry contains high trypsin (a kind of protease) inhibitor-tannic acid will affect the body's absorption of iron, calcium, zinc and other substances.
Those with spleen deficiency and loose stools should not eat mulberries also.

Organic Dried Mulberry

SKU: 200-0048-1
  • Take out 8-10 grains (approximately 8 grams) of mulberries, rinse them with water, put them in a thermos or pot, add 300-400cc of warm water, soak for about 1-2 minutes, and then drink.

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