Pharmaceutical Latin: Folium Mori
Common English: White Mulberry Leaf
Herbs that Release the Exterior: Cool Acrid Herbs that Release the Exterior (Wind-Heat Diaphoretics)
Taste Temperature Entering Meridians Dosage
(Slightly Cool)
To cool blood Heat: (15-30g)
Maximum dosage: 30g
Tincture: 2-5ml
Actions Indications/Syndromes

Disperses and scatters Wind-Heat

Wind-Heat with fever, headache, sore throat and cough

Calms the Liver and clears the eyes

Liver channel eye problems due to Wind-Heat or Yin Deficiency

Vertigo due to Liver Yang Rising with red,sore, dry or painful eyes or spots in front of the eyes

Clears Heat from the Lungs, stops coughing and moistens Dryness

Lung Heat with thick, yellow Phlegm

Lung Dryness with cough and a dry mouth

Cools the Blood and stops bleeding

Mild cases of hematemesis due to Blood Heat

  • Use caution for those with weak and cold Lungs.
  • Use caution for those with Qi Deficiency.

Flos Chrysanthemi
Ju Hua

Flos Chrysanthemi
Ju Hua
Hb. Menthae
Bo He
Hb. Schizonepetae
Jing Jie

Flos Chrysanthemi
Ju Hua
Rx. Platycodi
Jie Geng
Sm. Armeniacae
Xing Ren
(Rx. Adenophorae/Glehniae
Sha Shen)

Wind-Heat induced cough, eye redness, swelling, fever, headache, sore throat and pain.

Cools and calms the Liver, for Liver channel Wind-Heat or Liver blazing upward with red, swollen eyes, watery eyes that are sensitive to light.

Vertigo and dizziness from Liver Yang Rising.

Wind-Heat cough.


Flos Chrysanthemi
Ju Hua
Spica Prunellae
Xia Ku Cao
Hb. Equiseti
Mu Zei

Flos Chrysanthemi
Ju Hua
Concha Haliotidis
Shi Jue Ming
Concha Ostreae
Mu Li


Flos Chrysanthemi
Ju Hua
Concha Haliotidis
Shi Jue Ming
Rx. Paeoniae Alba
Bai Shao

Flos Chrysanthemi
Ju Hua
Cornu Saigae Tataricae (Antelopis)
Ling Yang Jiao
Ram. cum Uncis Uncariae
Gou Teng

Redness, swelling and pain of the eyes due to Liver Fire.

Dizziness and vertigo due to Liver Yang Rising.

Cramps, twitching and spasms due to Liver Wind.

Sm. Sesame Nigrum
Hei Zhi Ma
(Fr/ Lycii)
(Gou Qi Zi)

Sm. Armeniacae
Xing Ren
Bul. Fritillariae Thunbergii
Zhe Bei Mu
Rx. Ophiopogonis
Mai Men Dong


Sm. Armeniacae
Xing Ren
Bul. Fritillariae Cirrhosae
Chuan Bei Mu
Rx. Adenophorae/Glehniae
Sha Shen

Shi Gao

Dizziness, blurred vision, tinnitus, and headache due to Liver and Kidney Yin Deficiencies with ascendant Yang.

Numbness, flank pain, and constipation due to Blood or Yin Deficiency.

Cough due to Warm Dryness attacking the Exterior with fever, headache and scanty, thick sticky sputum.

Warm Dryness attacking the Lung with fever, a hacking cough and a dry, parched throat.

Sm. Cassia
Jue Ming Zi
Flos Chrysanthemi
Ju Hua
Sm. Plantaginis
Che Qian Zi

Sm. Sesame Nigrum
Hei Zhi Ma
Fr. Lycii
Gou Qi Zi
Fr. Ligustri Lucidi
Nu Zhen Zi

Sm. Armeniacae
Xing Ren

Conjunctivitis due to Wind-Heat or Wind-Heat in the Liver Channel or Liver Fire.

Blurred vision due to Yin Deficiency. Prepare as boluses with honey.

Headache, fever, and dry non-productive cough from External Warm-Dryness disorders.

Rx. Rehmanniae
Sheng Di Huang
Colla Corii Asini
E Jiao
Gypsum Fibrosum
Shi Gao
Fol. Eriobotryae
Pi Pa Ye

Periostracum Cicadae
Chan Tui

Hb. Cirsii
Xiao Ji

Coughing with Blood.

Itching and redness of the eyes.


  1. This herb can be used as an external wash for eye problems.
  2. It can be injected and used in place of antibiotics.
  3. It is used in the central coastal areas of China to stop vaginal bleeding.
  4. Green Mulberry second-growth leaves dried and powdered, mixed with thin rice water and taken on an empty Stomach is exceptional for night sweats.
  5. Second-growth leaves picked after the frost frost, boiled into a soup and used as awash for the hands and feet are particularly effective for Wind Bi.
  6. If the juice is decocted and used as a tea, it can stop wasting and thirsting.
  7. Both Sang Ye and Ram. Mori Sang Zhi originate from the mulberry but Sang Ye is best for dispelling Wind from the exterior, focusing on the head and face, while Sang Zhi cools Heat, expels Wind, opens the collaterals and relieves pain. It tends to move into the limbs and is ideal for cooling wind-Heat in the joints.
  8. Honey-prepared Mulberry Leaves Mi Zhi Sang Ye retain the ability to dredge wind and clear Heat. Their moistening ability is enhanced to moisten Dryness and nourish the Lungs to treat Warm-Dryness Attacking the Lungs.