We have relished the succulent mulberry for its fresh fruity taste and its treasure trove of antioxidants and vitamins. But did you know that the leaves of the mulberry plant are no lesser than its fruits when it comes to health benefits? There is an overwhelming amount of evidence that validates the many advantages of sipping on a piping hot cup of mulberry leaf tea.
Anti-diabetic: A study  suggests that postprandial hyperglycemia or the blood sugar spike that happens after every meal can be drastically brought down by mulberry leaf extracts. By controlling α-glucosidase in the small intestines, the mulberry leaf extract reduces the impact of carbs on blood sugar.
Anti-inflammation: In traditional Chinese medicine, mulberry leaves were used widely to treat chronic diseases diabetes and cancer. Results of a study conducted in 2012  confirmed the anti-inflammatory effects of mulberry leaves. Sipping mulberry leaf tea can reduce inflammation-causing cytokines that worsen the chronic illnesses and pains.
Anti-obesity: Like its fruit, mulberry leaves also have fat-busting properties. A study published in 2013 found out that the combination of mulberry fruit and leaf extract can combat obesity and obesity-induced inflammation. 
Anti-cholesterol: In a 2008 study , it was found that the antioxidative powers of mulberry leaves reduced LDL cholesterol in the human body and also prevented the hardening and narrowing of arteries due to plaque build-up.
Good for arteries: Diabetes patients often suffer from vascular diseases such as stroke due to excessive glucose in the blood. By reducing the blood sugar levels, mulberry leaf extracts succeeded in reducing the damage done to the veins.