Mulberry blooms in May. It matures gradually, from late June to August. Mature fruits are juicy, sweet, soft and delicious to eat.
The fruits contain natural sugars (mostly glucose) water, citric and apple acid and pectin, tannins, resins, vitamins C and B2. They mostly contain minerals like iron, calcium and manganese.
Experts say that mulberry deserves to be included in superfoods, because it has big role in preventing of aging of the body and helps against many diseases.
Black mulberry has numerous healing properties. The black mulberry is used in folk medicine against urinary tract infections, diseases of the mouth and throat, epilepsy, depression, insomnia, dizziness, diabetes….
- Rejuvenates the body
- Against parasites
- Regulates blood sugar
- Reduces the risk of degenerative diseases
- Strengthens the kidneys
- Cleanses the liver
- Helps with constipation
- Improves the blood count
- Relieves the symptoms of flu and colds
- Prevents gray hairs
- Accelerates wound healing