Morus Alba, White Mulverry, White Mulberry, Slik Worm Mulberry.
Morus Alba

Morus Alba

Botanical Name
Family Name
Part Used
Habitat
Product offered
Common Name(s)
Morus Alba
Moraceae
Morus Bark, Morus Leaves, Morus Roots.
Through out warmer parts of india, intanks, ponds and dithches.
Leaves, Bark, Wholeplant
White Mulverry, White Mulberry, Slik Worm Mulberry

Uses:

Mulberry fruit is used to treat weakness, dizziness, tinnitus, fatigue, anemia, and incontinence.
Its leaves are used to promote sweating, and the branches and bark help lower blood pressure.
It can help treat chronic diseases of the digestive tract, improve digestion, stimulate the appetite, promote gastric juice secretion and eliminate constipation.
White mulberry leaves are used as feedstock for silkworms. They are also cut as food for livestock, such as cattle and goats, especially in areas that experience dry season, restricting the availability of fodder.
The fruits of Mulberry plant are eaten raw and also used to make wine, by drying them.
The fruit has much significance in traditional Chinese medicine, which uses it to treat prematurely graying hair. It is also used to purify blood and treat constipation and diabetes in Chinese medicine.
The bark is used to remedy cough, wheezing, edema, fever, headache, and red, dry and sore eyes. It also promotes urination.
The leaves of the plant work to stimulate the nervous system and help in maintaining proper functioning of the digestive tract. It also has a positive effect on the respiratory and cardiovascular system, as well as the uterine system.