Mulberry (Morus) is a widespread tree species in Europe. The fruit of the tree is called mulberry, which can be either black or white depending on the species. The chlorophyllin in the bottles is extracted from the leaf of this tree. Basically this compound is responsible for the green colour of plants. This material is also sometimes referred to as the blood of plants, because the molecular structure and the chemical constituents of human blood are similar. Moreover it is an important molecule because it’s necessary for the photosynthesis. During photosynthesis the plants convert the energy of light into chemical energy by synthesizing ATP. The name of chlorophyll originates from the combination of two greek words, chloros (green) and phyllon (leaf).