In recent years, there has been an amplified interest worldwide to identify herbal products which are pharmacologically effective and have low or no side effects for use in preventive medicine. There has been a great demand for the discovery and supply of plant derived novel molecules which can be used as herbal medicines and or therapeutic dietary supplements. Moreover, native preparations from leaves and other plant parts contain both dotes and antidotes to alleviate the undesirable effects if any, than isolated principles / drugs which may exert side / toxic effects often. Therefore, most of the global population turned to herbal medicines containing native preparations / dietary therapeutics. Plants produce significant amount of active compounds such as phenolics and flavonoids to prevent diseases and oxidative stress caused by reactive oxygen species. Ayurveda, Unani, Chinese and other traditional medical systems, provide substantial lead to find active and therapeutically useful compounds from plants. Mulberry (Morus indica L.) is among such plants, the leaves of which have been used as a feed for silkworm for centuries. This book deals with multibeneficial viz. hypoglycaemic.