Integrate this traditional tea into your weight management routine.
Mulberry leaves contain a unique compound, called DNJ (see below), that helps manage body weight and counteracts the effects of an unhealthy diet.
❤ Reduces Appetite and Curbs Sugar Cravings: Helps manage hunger and reduce unnecessary snacking.
❤ Minimizes Carb Absorption from Foods: Contains DNJ, which moderates the rise in blood sugar after meals.
❤ Rich in Antioxidants: Helps combat oxidative stress and reduce the risk of chronic diseases.
❤ Supports Heart Health: Aids in reducing bad cholesterol levels, promoting cardiovascular well-being.
❤ Anti-inflammatory Properties: Helps alleviate inflammation, potentially reducing the risk of related conditions.
❤ Boosts Immune System: Strengthens the body's natural defenses against illnesses.
Enjoy its light herbal flavor with a touch of sweetness. It's recommended to have a cup about 20-30 minutes before meals. Whether you prefer it hot or cold, it's simple to prepare.
Our mulberry leaves are wild-harvested and all-natural, free from pesticides. They are freshly picked and cut in the traditional tanzaku-giri style, ensuring optimal brewing.
Wild-Harvested • All-Natural
Region: Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan
Flavor: Mild, with a subtle herbal note and a hint of sweetness
Ingredients: 100% Japanese Mulberry leaves
Net Weight: 50 grams
Product of Japan
How to Brew
Quick Brew Method
- Add 5-6 grams (2 heaping tablespoons) of mulberry leaves to a pot.
- Add 4 cups of near-boiling water.
- Brew for about 3 minutes.
- Strain and enjoy, whether hot, cold, or over ice.
Senjiru Brew Method (For a deeper infusion)
- Start with a little more than 4 cups of cold water in a pot.
- Add 2 heaping tablespoons of mulberry leaves.
- Bring to a full boil.
- Reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes.
- Turn off the heat and let it sit for another 10 minutes.
- Strain and serve.
DNJ, or 1-Deoxynojirimycin, is a naturally occurring compound in mulberry leaves. It's a glucosidase inhibitor (an enzyme blocker), which prevents certain enzymes in the intestines from converting carbs from the food you eat into sugars. As a result, sugar absorption into the bloodstream is slowed down, moderating the increase in blood sugar levels after eating.
This property of DNJ has garnered interest for its potential benefits in managing blood sugar levels, especially for those with type 2 diabetes or those looking to manage their weight.
In simpler terms, DNJ in mulberry leaves can help reduce the rise in blood sugar after a carbohydrate-rich meal.
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I need to take Rx medication from my Orthopedic doctor prescribes that give me a hard time for a bowel movement so I drink this tea during lunch to dinner hours. It works well.
Love a fresh cup in the morning and love its subtle taste !
enjoying drinking this before meals as instructed i like that it can be hot or cold