Multiple Health Benefits of Miraculous Plant: Ashitaba

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Take Ashitaba Greens to "Feel More Energized Without the Caffeine Jitters of Coffee"

A secret has been uncovered.

It is a treasure, the "King of Vegetables."

It is also known as the tomorrow plant and "Longevity Herb."


It is popularly called "ashitaba," "Angelica kinesis" as its scientific name, and many others. Ashitaba greens are mostly famous in Japan, China, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and the US.

Though medically not prescribed by doctors (as well as most herbal medicine), ashitaba has absolutely great healing powers. NO sick person, particularly those with multiple illnesses, should not take it. 

Let me correct that. NO person should not ever be without organic ashitaba.

Yes! Even folks in good state are recommended to eat or drink ashitaba. If you take in the tomorrow leaves, you will have a better tomorrow—your body will gain more energy and stamina.

What are the Health Benefits of Ashitaba?

No matter what angle you look at, ashitaba health benefits and the goodness of tomorrow leaves are immense. Because so many people are patronizing it, ashitaba is regarded as a "wonder drug." Ashitaba green plants consist of 13 types of minerals, 11 types of vitamins, coumarins, fibers, proteins, saponins, etc.

There are many health benefits associated with ashitaba. You can view each one in the articles of this blog. Here are some to give you an overview:

You will look younger. Ashitaba keeps degenerative diseases from occurring. Your kidneys, liver, sensation of the overall body will be functioning better, too! Ashitaba has the power to rejuvenate your body's cell properties. It also has growth hormones booster. Within weeks of drinking ashitaba tea, you will feel a noticeable difference in the glow of your skin straight away. This can be a good alternative to gluta-thione supplements which has the effect of detoxifying  and purifying your liver and at the same time whitening your skin complexion somehow as it goes through your bloodstream.

You can fight against diabetes. If you are nearing the line to having high blood sugar, regularly taking ashitaba can make you normal again. Ashitaba contains rich potassium and manganese that ease diabetes.


How Does Ashitaba Taste Like?

As for its taste...BITTER is one word to describe it. Another one is nutty. It tastes wonderful, nutritious and healthy. 

However, don't expect that it's the same bitterness as the green tea leaves. And don't think that you cannot tolerate the taste because bitterness is good to stimulate digestion and increase the flow of bile. In this way, ashitaba is a tonic to speed up the elimination of waste from your body!

You can have ashitaba tea as evening beverage or as a drink anytime of the day. It does not carry caffeine so you can have a good night sleep. 

How to Get Ashitaba? Where to Get Quality Ashitaba?

You can find several variations of ashitaba: tea powder, tea bag, supplement, tablets, etc. You can buy them through the Amazon store below or buy ashitaba capsules thru this link. One good thing to do also is to combine ashitaba with colostrum powder, green barley powder and spirulina. I know they can be expensive and taste bad, but they are guaranteed to be very good in terms of health benefits!

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54 comments:

  1. I first heard of this vegetable from Jessica Soho's show. Yeah, it is a wonder plant nga daw and healthier than moringa or malunggay! :D

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    1. Ashitaba plant was featured in Jessica Soho's show? Oh when was that? Too bad I missed it!

      Yup, it's even healthier than green tea. :D

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  2. Waaah, I didn't know ashitaba has a bitter taste. I'm just going to put this in a pasta sauce. :)

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    1. That's a good idea, Kim. Actually you can put cream and other condiments as much as you want. Just take advantage of the killer benefits ashitaba has.

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  3. Oh wow. This is new information right here. I've recently been interested in all things healthy. Will surely add this to my grocery list!

    :) Erika
    http://erikarodica.com

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    1. That's nice that you've learned something yet again from this blog. :D Sadly though the ashitaba plant and products cannot be found in our local groceries now.

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  4. When GMA NEWS reported this on TV(Oct. 21,2012),many people are asking now where to buy ASHITABA TEA BAGS and CAPSULES. I bookmark your site and I've give it to them.

    Ito yung link sis http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPgjm6y9b64

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    1. This plant is so popular now. We already have an ashitaba plant in our backyard. Every morning we boiled water and put ashitaba leaves on it then we keep it warm to drink it as our water. It has a bitter taste but it's nice to drink.

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    2. Wow nice. :) Good to hear you're planting ashitaba, too.

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  5. First time to know this plant...and many thanks for sharing this article. Many uses for medicinal purposes.

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    1. It's my pleasure to share. Thanks for reading. :)

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  6. i'll be in singapore next week so prolly be going to chinatown to find one there. i always love drinking tea after my nap in the afternoon nice to know the health benefits i can get too!

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    1. Hey Jane! I miss Singapore. :(( I love taking tea as well. Even if ashitaba tea is bitter, I can withstand it knowing the benefits I can get out of it.

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  7. Great that I take this wonder plant into my diet since I am a certified diabetic.. lol

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    1. You should eat more ampalaya then. Malunggay leaves can also help, if I'm not mistaken. So grab these three for better health.

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  8. It's nice that Ashitaba can make you look and feel younger among its other benefits.

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    1. Aside from taking ashitaba, we also use other organic products for our skin. :D

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  9. I think I saw this plant somewhere when I was in the Philippines and for me it looks like just some perky weeds... So the name is Ashitaba? Now I know it's good for the health. thanks for this useful information.

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    1. Yes. You may want to also ask your Korean friends and colleagues if they knew about this plant. Ashitaba is well propagated in many parts of Asia.

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  10. i am now wondering where I can find this I want to try this plant
    leira from FBW

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    1. You want the tea form, capsule form, or the real plant? You can buy the tea form from the Amazon webstore. If you want the other two, you can contact me directly. :)

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  11. My friend has Ashitaba plants at home and she said it has multiple benefits and now I have read this, I can recommend it to my friends :D

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    1. Just make sure that it's the real ashitaba and not gnura one. :)

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  12. Aww it tastes bitter pala. I always avoid anything bitter especially if its taste is close to that of Ampalaya. hehe. Is it okay to mix it with other juices or put some honey atleast? :p

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    1. Haha yeah in fact you can mix it with your food and drinks. You can browse articles in this blog for sample recipes. :)

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  13. Can this gain my stamina? Im 50 plus now. Im getting older..i like to try this tomorrow leaf

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    1. According to some customers who provided feedback, yes. One example is my grandfather who has been taking ashitaba two years now. He still talks to customers and does business on his own. He does household chores and exercises every day. I can't say that this energy/stamina can solely be attributed to ashitaba though, because he is taking other Chinese herbs at the same time.

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  14. i usually eat ashitava fresh leaves.. and it taste like psydium guajava lol guavas... it can regenerate your cells.. and good provides good imunity... it also can help those people who has a cancer just think positive and belived of what it can do..

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    1. Thanks for being an inspiration. Some people don't even want to try because of the taste and you can eat ashitaba leaves as raw - whoa, that's an accomplishment.

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  15. Nkkagaling b ito ng myoma & ovarian cyst?

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    1. Hi Sofia, I haven't heard about ashitaba treating myoma and ovarian cyst. Sorry but I can't say an absolute yes on that. It would be best to consult your doctor.

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  16. hi ms rochkirstin can i order ashitaba capsul,and tea,and the seeds..do u have a fb can i add you?- shirl

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    1. Hi Shirl. I am selling only the ashitaba capsules locally. You may view the link to the order form by clicking on the notif bar below.. "CLICK HERE...BOTTLE!!!"

      If you want the tea and the seeds, you can easily buy them from Amazon web online store. You can post your other concerns here. Thanks.

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  17. How much is that ashitaba capsule?Can you post a pic of ashitaba leaves to know it is the same from the one i have at home.

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    1. Each bottle costs PHp 450 exclusive of shipping fee (c/o Xend rates). Please see the pics in this post and browse other articles which include the pic. Thanks.

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  18. Npakarami ko po ng tanim ng ashitaba

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  19. HI Rochkirstin,
    I don't know if you received my other message cause I could not see it here now. Anyways, I jus want to ask some questions since I am planning to juice by means of cold press juicer the ashitaba.

    Do i need to include the stems when juicing it?

    Do you know of any combination of fruits/vegetable to make the taste better?

    Should the taste of ashitaba be more dominating to get a better result?

    How long does the leaves grow back?

    What's the maximum of leaves can a person take in a day?


    Thanks

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    1. Hi Gary. I saw your comment on another post. In terms of juicing ashitaba, it's up to you whether you'd like to include the stems. For me, I can't bear the taste haha, so I just have the leaves. It's edible anyway and is even part of powder in some online stores that sell ashitaba as well. I have shared some recipes you can refer to when mixing ashitaba to food and/or drinks. In Japan, they do ashitaba ice cream so I suggest you do the same. We have tried combining it with apples and oranges and then honey so the bitterness of ashitaba taste can be hidden. It's okay if you want to make smoothie. No, the dominating taste wouldn't matter; for as long as you put the right ingredients and the amount, it would work just fine - the same way. In less than a week or about a week, the leaves grow back. There's no maximum one person can take in a day. This is like any other vegetables' leaves - not medicine - so no overdosage.

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  20. Can this one cure psoriasis? Thanks

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    1. Hi Donnabel, sorry for the super late reply. As far as I know, ashitaba can't cure psoriasis. At least I haven't heard of any case. To treat that disease, my suggestion is to keep the body hydrated, apply lotion to the affected skin areas as often as necessary, avoid the sun's rays and avoid getting stress.

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  21. i hope i can make our three pots of ashitaba many. this plant is vey promising! thanks so much for the info.

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  22. Really great benefits this ashitaba plant has! Since i really cannot stand bitter tastes, i should probably start hunting for the capsuled ones!

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    1. Yup! There are those in the Amazon store if you can't find ashitaba capsules locally in your country.

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  23. Wow! Just heard about this Ashitaba leaves. My wife saw it on Kris TV and badgered me to look
    for it in the Internet. By a stroke of heavenly luck, I remembered a friend giving our family a cutting
    of a plant that looks like an Ashitaba plant. Can I provide you a picture for confirmation if it indeed is
    an Ashitaba plant? Thanks.

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  24. Sure. You may send it to ashitabaplant-info@yahoo.com. Thanks!

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  25. So happy to hear about ashitaba...ok po b un s cancerous n bukol s lungs....hope to hear from you..

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    1. Hi Bay. It can help treat the cancer cells because ashitaba chalcones are powerful antioxidants. However, I am not sure how long you should take it because I'm not a doctor. I suggest consulting a doctor first to be safe. :)

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  26. Does it also cure Lupus disease for women?

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    1. No findings or documentation is released pertaining to that so I think the answer is no.

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    1. You can look for those ads posted in olx. I'm not selling the plant anymore as I directly have sources of the capsulated form from Japan.

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