Mulberries are delicious and nutritious berries that are enjoyed by people all over the world. Mulberries are produced from Morus Alba Tree. It is a naturally sweet fruit that looks quite similar to blackberry and tastes like grapefruit. Mulberry grows on trees and is cultivated in warm regions of Asia, Africa and America. There are several varieties of Mulberries which include red, black and blue versions of the fruit. Mulberry fruit is usually eaten in a dried form. It is a versatile fruit and can be easily integrated in various recipes.

The leaves of mulberry tree contains nutrients that are used as a food for silkworms and grows in bunches called “drupes”. It is also used for different medicinal properties, such as hair loss remedy, as anti-inflammatory and as an anti-biotic.

Read below to know more on mulberry benefits:

Nutritional Value:

  • Mulberry is a powerhouse of nutrients and is an excellent source of protein. 3 ounces of mulberry has 9 grams of protein.
  • Mulberry is a huge source of iron, calcium, Vitamin A, C, E and K, Folate, thiamine, Pyridoxine, Niacin and fiber.
  • The antioxidants found in mulberry repairs free radicals. Resveratrol, an antioxidant, is found plentiful in mulberries. It helps to promote heart health and overall vitality.
  • Mulberry is also rich polynutrients like anthocyanin, flavonoids, lutein, zea-xanthin, B carotene and A carotene.

[ Read: Top Health Benefits Of Strawberries ]

Mulberry fruit Health benefits:

Mulberry is considered an important remedy in Chinese medicines.  The health benefits of mulberry can be derived from its juice which is full of Vitamins, Minerals and anti-oxidants.

1. Cures Certains Diseases:

The rich anthocyanin that is found in the fruits has curative properties for certain diseases and is also used as natural food colorant.

2. Prevents Cancers:

Mulberries are a good source of resveratrol, a potent phytonutrient that researchers believe to prevent cancer. It contains high level of anti-oxidants which stunts the growth of prostrate cells and tumour growth.

3. Reduces Risk Of Blood Clots And Strokes:

Mulberries are known to improve blood circulation and are beneficial as an anti-inflammatory that helps to lower the blood pressure and makes you less susceptible to blood clots and strokes. Mulberry juice may help to alleviate some of the symptoms if you suffer from anaemia. In addition to all, these help to prevent heart diseases.

4. Cleanses Blood:

n Chinese medicine, mulberries are considered as a blood tonic. They cleanse the blood, improving its circulation and helps in strengthening the entire system. It enriches the blood in the process while soothing and calming the nerves. It also helps in promoting the metabolism of alcohol.

5. Cleanses Liver And Strengthens Kidney:

Mulberries are noted to strengthen Kidneys and cleanse the liver.

6. Prevents Flu And Cold:

Mulberry is high in Vitamin C and flavonoids which makes it a natural immune booster and prevents flu, cough and cold and other ailments. Mulberry also helps with gastritis problem and chronic hepatitis.

[ Read: Top Health Benefits Of Grapes ]

benefits of mulberry extract on skin

7. Speeds Up Recovery:

Mulberry juice is extremely beneficial for post-operative patients. It accelerates healing, improves blood circulation and prevents the onset of infection. It is often used to speed up recovery after birth and is used as an inflammatory solution after surgery.

8. Controls Blood Sugar:

Mulberries contain compounds that support balanced sugar and control blood sugar in diabetic patients. Flavonoid present in mulberries prevents the rise and fall of sugar level in patients. So it is highly effective to prevent complication in diabetic patients due to sugar level spike.

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  • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/oindrila/ Oindrila

    Nice and informative post, learnt so much :)

    • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/arshi/ Arshi Ahmed

      thanks oindrila

  • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/amruthasaxena/ Amrutha

    Nice update.. but i have never got a chance to taste this fruit.. i hope i can try in near future.. :)

  • Marie Rayland

    Thanks for educating me about mulberries. I first saw the information on Dr. Oz sh0w, that is why I checked on the internet to get more information. I am going to try these berries as soon as I can locate where to get them. Any thing that is that good, I really need to try if, because I love to be healthy. I am also going to try the juice and the dried mulberries.. Thanks for the information!

  • Tara

    Did not taste this fruit ever! But reading at its nutritional value, benefits for hair, skin and health, i really feel like eating them. Thanks for sharing this informative post. There may be others for whom the fruit is well available and they can atleast enjoy its benefits.

  • Toyia

    We have a huge mulberry tree and make several batches of jam each spring. They are delicious, if you like blueberries or grapes then you’ll like mulberries. I tried juicing them and it tastes good too, but requires several cups of berries just for one glass of juice.

  • Gabriel

    Thanks for the informative post : ) Just a quick note: mulberries aren’t all from the Morus alba tree. Alba means “white” which only refers to white mulberries, whereas black mulberries are from the Morus nigra plant and red mulberries from Morus rubra and so on and so forth. Just thought you might like to know.

  • http://www.Uncurly.com/ UncurlyDIYBrazilianKeratin

    Just picked some out of my yard. Organic, nutritious, and free!

  • Cindy

    The black mulberries are used as a remedy for poor eyesight in Chinese medicine

  • http://www.stylecraze.com/ StyleCraze

    Thanks for sharing your tips with us !!