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P-ISSN: 2394-0530, E-ISSN: 2320-3862

2017, Vol. 5, Issue 2, Part E

Preparation of herbal tea from mulberry leaves

Suresh G Killedar and Aarti V Pawar

Mulberry leaves are thin, glossy, and light green in color. The shape of the leaf can be quite variable even on the same tree. Some leaves have 5 lobes while others have one lobe, two lobes, three lobes, or no lobes at all. Herbal teas (which are also called 'tisanes') are simple, effective, inexpensive, caffeine- and drug-free ways to enjoy the taste and benefits of herbs and spices. By drinking herbal tea, you're also providing your body with some much-needed hydration! From this project it is concluded that mulberry leaves powder was obtained which was standardized and evaluated for preparation of herbal tea. The leaves of mulberry plant have antioxidant activity hence they can be used in order to improve the health of human being because free radicals are the major cause of different disorders. Hence by using the leaves of the mulberry plant herbal tea can be prepared. Through this project the powder extract was standardized and even evaluated and also stability study was carried out. For proper analysis of stability it can be done by further accelerated stability analysis. There are lot of uses of tulsi and ashwagandha we prepare mulberry and tulsi, ashwagandha combinations which acts like antioxidant, immunomodulator, a mood stabilizer, antiviral and antibacterial. This preparation can be used in dry or liquid form to improve human health. The taste of this herbal bend can be possible with FDA approved natural ingredients for better compliance and can be served with or without sugar. Further study is necessary to make combinations of specific herbs for treatment of different types of diseases.
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How to cite this article:
Suresh G Killedar, Aarti V Pawar. Preparation of herbal tea from mulberry leaves. J Med Plants Stud 2017;5(2):325-328.
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