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One of the most unique qualities of the White Mulberry leaf is the prevention of excessive sugars from entering into the bloodstream. White Mulberry leaves inhibit the breakdown of polysaccharides into simple sugars, so they are less absorbed by the body and excreted. Therefore, drinking Mulberry Leaf Tea is a great choice for those seeking to reduce high blood pressure and maintain a healthy weight.
St. John's wort was used for the first time in Greece for various nervous disorders. St. John's wort also may have antibacterial, antioxidant, and antiviral properties. Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, it has been applied to the skin with wounds and burns.
Other Names: Soaproot, Bouncing Bet, Latherwort, Fuller’s Herb, Bruisewort, Crow Soap, Sweet Betty.
The soapwort’s root contains saponins (up to 5%), flavonoids, sugars, resin, vitamin C and small amounts of essential oil.
Rue herb contains volatile oils, alkaloids, flavomoids, lignans and hydroxycoumarins. The herb can boast a variety of medicinal properties including antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antifungal and emmenagogue activities.
Oak bark has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, astringent and disinfecting properties thanks to the high content of tannins, polyphenolic compounds and flavonoids. It is used on the affected skin, but also in the case of problems with the digestive system.
Motherwort herb is especially aligned with the healing of women. The herb has traditionally been used as a remedy for stress and tension during the later stages of pregnancy and the birth and the postnatal period.