Mulberry leaves come from a tree in central and western Asia. These leaves are known to have astringent benefits but Chinese pharmacopoeia recommends their use to soothe eye discomfort.
Traditional Chinese Medicine links the health of the Liver to that of the eyes: a weakened or dysfunctional Liver often results in irritated, red and painful eyes. Sang ye has soothing properties on the eyes to promote total comfort.
Advice for use
Herbal tea : Add 10 g of plants to 500 mL of water, bring to the boil and simmer for 5 minutes over low heat before serving.
- Concentrated powder : two pods (3g) to be taken morning and evening outside of meals. Dilute the dose of powder in a small cup of boiling water, mix well and drink.
- Capsules : Swallow three capsules with a large glass of water morning and evening outside of meals.
Precautions for use
Store away from light and heat. Keep out of reach of children. Food supplement reserved for adults and children over 12 years old. The use of this dietary supplement should not replace a diversified diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women.
Consult your doctor or pharmacist in case of concomitant use of treatment against diabetes.