Think that taking ashitaba capsules daily would be beneficial to your body?
And for that, I give you a thumbs-up.
If you’re an asthma sufferer, taking ashitaba will help you a lot in treating your asthma.
Short Note on Asthma
When you have asthma, the airway in your respiratory system occasionally constricts (sometimes inflamed) as it is lined with excessive amounts of mucus. You have troubles and difficulty inhaling and exhaling.
Furthermore, these asthmatic episodes are stimulated and triggered more when you’re surrounded with allergens, cold and warm air, moist surroundings.
Dust and dirty insects such as cockroaches are some more of the contributing elements. When you are undergoing strenuous exercises that affect your thorough exertion in breathing or when you’re feeling too stressed, asthmatic episodes also come by.
Mostly in kids, asthma from around the globe has been growing prevalence—in developing nations as much as in developed countries. Therefore, public attention has been brought up. And in the process of research for alternative medicine, ashitaba has been found as one of the medicinal herbs that can aid asthmatics and those who are prone to asthma.
How Ashitaba Reduces Mucus in Your Airways
How ashitaba helps to pipe down asthma is that ashitaba leaves (tomorrow leaves) have anti-inflammatory properties taken from its antioxidant components. Also, ashitaba contains some of the few naturally found NGF stimulators.
Nerve Growth Factors (NGF) in ashitaba help to mediate inflammation in airways and reduce excess mucus in both the airways and digestive tract. Ashitaba cleanses the liver and return the body to proper balance. And along with its several antiviral capabilities, the potent chalcones in ashitaba helps boost the immune system. When you have a stronger immune system, your body can avoid triggers by viral illnesses.
Just asking, are there no known side effect associated with drinking this tea?