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Loquat, also known as Eriobotrya japonica, is a moderately sized tree found in subtropical climates that has a history of use in traditional and herbal medicine. Although the loquat bears edible fruit that is rich in calcium, iron, vitamin A, and potassium, the therapeutic power of loquat is contained in its large, glossy, evergreen leaves. Traditionally used to make a tea, loquat leaf has been reputed to offer relief for skin disorders, respiratory ailments, cough, gastroenteric disorders, and more.

Mulberries are delicious and nutritious, people all over the world enjoy it. Mulberries are a product of the Morus alba tree. Its leaves, which also contain nutrients and are even used as food for silkworms, are thin, glossy and light green; the fruit, like grapes, is red or white and grows in bunches called “drupes.” 1. Source of Antioxidants Antioxidants help lessen the damage caused by free radicals and the entire mulberry plant- leaves, stems, and fruit, contains antioxidants. [1] [2] One antioxidant in particular, resveratrol, has gotten much attention. […]





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