Mulberry is the common name for several species of deciduous trees in the genus Morus, which belong to the Moraceae family. Mulberry trees are native to Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas and are widely cultivated for their fruit and for their leaves, which are used as food for silkworms. The leaves of Mulberry trees are also used in traditional medicine for a variety of purposes.
- Mulberry trees can grow up to 50 feet tall, with a spreading crown and a thick trunk.
- The fruit of the Mulberry tree is usually small and round, although some species have elongated fruit.
•Mulberry leaves are usually green and can vary in shape, depending on the species.
•The fruit of the Mulberry tree is usually small and round, although some species have elongated fruit.
•Mulberry trees require well-drained soil and full sunlight to grow. They are often grown in gardens or on farms.
•Mulberry fruit can be harvested from late spring to early fall, depending on the species.
BENEFITS OF MULBERRY
•Improve the health of Liver.
•Improve our Digestive Health.
•Control Blood Sugar Levels.
•Remove Dark Spots And Blemishes.
•Treat Alzheimer’s at bay.
•protect us from cancer, improve the blood flow.
•Make the Skin Soft And Radiant.
•Lower the levels of bad cholesterol in your body.
•Improve the immune system.
•Cure Anemia, great for heart health, good for our eyes.