Botanical Name: Morus alba
Plant Part Used: Root bark
Processing Method: Drying, Grinding
Also known as common mulberry or silk worm mulberry, White Mulberry is a fast growing deciduous, evergreen tree. Commonly found in India and China, these are wildly cultivated to feed silkworm for the production of silk. A traditional Chinese medicine, White Mulberry has alkaloids and flavonoids as its bioactive compounds. It is known to help keep the cholesterol and blood sugar levels low.
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