Mulberry leaf (Morus folia)

Mulberry is not a tall deciduous tree. It has multi-seeded fruits with a short stalk. Not durable for storage. The leaves are harvested from May to September , preferably picking after the fruit is ripe. Mullein leaf decoction is well known for centuries in Asia , in other countries the leaves are used to make hearts. Drinking mulberry leaf tea helps to strengthen the immune system, for diabetes, it is also taken as an anti-inflammatory. They contain iron, potassium, manganese and magnesium.

Mulberry Tale:

In the distant land of the sunrise, where mulberry trees embrace the warmth of the sun, the secret of longevity was borne. These noble light-loving guardians of the forest were home to leaves filled with strength and wisdom.

Once, a mist spread through the forest, taking away the strength of all who breathed it. The inhabitants of the forest village, sunk in anxiety, sought an answer to their sorrow.

Among them was a young boy who remembered his grandmother’s words about the magical properties of mulberry leaves. He knew they brought health and strengthened the body, rich in iron, potassium, manganese and magnesium, and were used to strengthen the immune system. They were used for diabetes and as an anti-inflammatory.

So, with a heart full of hope, the young man set out for the heart of the forest, where the wisest mulberry trees whispered the secrets of the winds. He gathered leaves and brought them to his fellow villagers, who lovingly prepared tea, the drink of health.

After drinking from the elixir, the mist over the village cleared and the villagers found their strength and cheerfulness again. Thanks to the mulberry’s gifts, the village once again flourished, enveloped in health and blessing from the leaves that carried the wisdom of nature.

The mulberry leaves remained in the hearts of the people as a symbol of life and harmony, showing the way to true health bestowed by nature itself.

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