Cultivated on a family farm in Thailand. When infused, the tea is mild and subtly sweet with a fine herbal aroma. With a stronger dosage, the tea develops a heavier, round – almost malty aroma. It is pleasantly relaxing and soothing and is ideal as a caffeine-free alternative or complement to green tea in the evening.
Infuse the mulberry leaf tea with boiling hot water for at least 4 minutes. We recommend 1-2 teaspoons per 250ml cup. A second infusion is possible, as with green tea.
For a milder green tea taste, you can mix the mulberry leaves with green tea leaves.
The mulberry tea can be enjoyed hot as well as cold. The tea bags should be steeped for at least 3-5 minutes. The carbohydrates blocking effects should be maximized by avoiding the tea sweetening.
Mulberry leaves have a variety of culinary, medicinal, and industrial applications. Very palatable and commonly used to make tinctures and herbal teas, which are a common health beverage in Asian countries.
Mulberry leaves may help:
– Weight loss
– vision & liver
– Skin texture
– Cough & Colds
– Dispel winds & purge heatiness
– Lower blood sugar level
– Blood pressure level
– Inflammation levels
These attributes may make them useful for fighting heart disease and diabetes.