Botanical & Other Names: Morus Nigra
Tonic Energy & Flavor: Sweet
Meridian Affinity:  Anti-inflammation, Lungs and Kidneys
Grown in Europe, Mulberry trees require plenty of training to prevent them from becoming Mulberry bushes. When fully grown, Mulberry trees can treat bronchitis, hypertension and asthma, while the leaves of the plant are used for treating diabetes.
Other uses for Mulberry include reducing blood pressure, eliminating urinary incontinence and stopping tinnitus. Herbalists have also speculated that Mulberry can help treat orgasm dysfunctions among women.

Here We Go ‘Round the Superfruit Bush: Why Mulberries are Your New Favorite Snack

It seems like nursery rhymes are heard less and less in America, but I’m sure most of us can remember the one about going ‘round a mulberry bush—I think because it involved running in a type of shark pack around an unsuspecting person or thing. But what we didn’t know then is how darn good mulberries are for your health!
Discovered Abroad
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Botanical Formula For Problematic Hair Loss

Maybe helpful for: Men's Over Masturbation Causes: DHT Symptoms: thinning hair
John is 28 years young. And like most men his age, his hobbies include football, bike riding, drinking, watching MMA—and masturbating. John masturbates an upward of eight or nine times a day, and he has done so regularly since the age of 11.
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Botanical Formula to Detoxify & Intensify Orgasms

Environmental toxins and metabolite byproducts from birth control medications contribute to chronic problems related to sensuality, including the loss of sex drive and the inability to achieve a fulfilling orgasm. Bupleurum, Milk Thistle, Rehmannia, and Shilajit enhance liver functions by detoxifying the organ, while Curculiogo, Cnidium, and Catuaba secrete oxytocin, progesterone, estrogen, and dopamine properly to relax the vaginal and uterine muscles as well as the and cervical and clitoral tissues for better blood circulation.
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