White Mulberry

morus-alba

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Scientific Names: Morus alba
Appearance: Leaves on this plant are sparsely hairy, and coarsely toothed, often with 3,4, or 5 lobes.  The fruit can be found in white and/or purple. Habitat: The White Mulberry can be found in planted and/or natural settings.
Collection: Tea from the leaves can be used for headaches and hyperemia.  Fruits can be eaten to help with overall blood deficiency.  Medical Uses For Asthma: The inner bark of this plant can be used in a tea to help with asthma.