Mulberry leaf tea powder
Cultivated by a soil specialist,
Delicious mulberry leaf tea!
We proudly introduce conomono® Mulberry Leaves Tea. A “Trees Doctor” cultivates the mulberries without the aid of pesticides or chemical fertilizers. We use the leaves of those unpolluted mulberries for crafting a rich flavor tea of natural mellow sweetness that resembles matcha.
This premium tea is caffeine-free, kind for your body. It also contains iron, zinc, calcium, and dietary fiber. The optimal balance of these nutritional ingredients is good for beauty and health.
Do you identify yourself with these statements?
Mulberry tea could be the solution.
- There are excessive carbs and sweets in my diet.
- I am afraid of my following medical examination results.
- I want to improve my nutrition.
- I have irregular meals.
- I am looking for a non-caffeine tea.
- I do not feel satisfied with my physical state.
- It is hard for me to drink green kale juice “aojiru”, I want an alternative healthy drink .
What’s kuwanoha cha？
Tea crafted exclusively from mulberry leaves approved by the Tree Doctor.
Plants are living organisms prone to getting weak and sick depending on the environment. If there a problem with a mulberry, the Tree Doctor diagnoses the cause aids the tree recovering by boosting its natural defenses. The treatment involves adequate nutrition, irrigation, soil change, pruning diseased branches, or another natural method.Every year, just the healthiest leaves meet the high standard of the Tree Doctor and are selected to become tea.
Careful leaves selection to create a tea of mellow richness and natural sweetness.
Mt. Aso’s exuberant nature, charming islands, and warm weather provide a bounty environment for the mulberry plantation. The volcanic soil rich in nutrients and the crystalline water flowing from the mountains are the sustaining base of the mulberry trees.
We use advanced freeze-drying technology to preserve the nutrients and flavor of the leaves. The result is a fine powder of well-rounded flavor, easy to dissolve and use.
chemicals-free cultivation matter?
Cultivation that does not rely on pesticides and chemical fertilizers.
When we eat vegetables and fruits, it is common to wash and peel them to remove dirt or impurities. However, we can not do the same with tea. For this reason, many people are concerned about the safety of their tea.
As we explained before, we solely use mulberry leaves cultivated without pesticides or chemical fertilizers. It is a formidable task because mulberries are susceptible to attack by numerous pests. The growing method consists of improving the soil using charcoal. It also enhances water retention, moisturizes the ground, and replenishes mineral nutrients. The Tree Doctor maintains pest and disease in check using a traditional Japanese control method consisting of spraying wood vinegar. For centuries Japanese people have lived in harmony with nature. We invite you to drink sonomono mulberry tea with peace of mind.
Each leaf is handpicked by specialists
The secret of a tasty tea is leaf selection. A group of experts inspects an area equivalent to 12 baseball fields and handpick the best leaves. Mechanical harvesting mixes old and young leaves and damages the trees. Manual harvesting is a strenuous activity that requires patience and love. Still, it is necessary to maintain the highest possible quality. The fruit of this effort is a splendid tea of unsurpassed quality.
Among farmers, there is an affectionate saying: the growth of mulberry leaves is like raising a child. It takes a lot of work but satisfies your heart.
Mulberry leaves contain diverse healthy components acknowledged since ancient times.
Mulberries arrived in Japan during the Kamakura period (1185–1333). During the Edo period (1603-1867), the Japanese improved the varieties for using the leaves as tea. Traditionally, mulberry tea is used for health purposes, occupying a prominent place in Chinese medicine until today.
People who heavily consume sweets and carbohydrates can benefit from mulberry tea’s beneficial properties.
It also contains calcium, commonly deficient in the Japanese diet, and healthy ingredients widely recommended for women, such as dietary fiber and vitamins. In addition, since it does not contain caffeine, you can take it without worries every day.
FAQ about Mulberry leaf tea powder
Mulberry leaf tea powder
|Product name||Mulberry leaf processed food|
|Ingredients||Mulberry leaf (from Kumamoto prefecture)|
|Nutritional information||per each half teaspoon (1g serving size)|
Energy 142 kcal /Protein 10.1 g /Fat 3.1 g /Carbohydrate 28.9 g /Salt equivalent 0.004g /Potassium 1470mg /Calcium 1315 mg /Iron 7.5mg /Folic acid 165μg
|Best-by date||Two years from manufacture (unopened bag).|
|Directions of use||Stir one 1 gram of product into hot or cold water and serve. It also can be added to juice, yogurt, smoothie, etc. or used as a base ingredient.|
- Please check carefully the ingredients list before consumption.
- If you are allergic to some of the ingredients, please refrain from use.
- In rare cases, due to individual features such as constitution, physical condition, etc. the product may not fit the customer, in that case, please discontinue the use of this product.
- If you are under medication or present health-related problems, please consult with your family physician before using this product.Consume as soon as possible after opening.
- Store in a dry place, avoid sunlight and humidity.