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Ashitaba Capsules – GET MAXIMUM NUTRITION FROM JAPANESE POWER PLANT!

Sad but true, ashitaba plants (tomorrow leaves) are hard to find in the Philippines and in most countries in the world. THEY ARE RARE AS GEM! But here’s some good news. Finally, we have an answer to where to buy ashitaba in the Philippines.

You can have the powerful nutrients and minerals of ashitaba plants when you take ashitaba capsules.

100% PURE ASHITABA LEAVES IN CAPSULE FORM

Why Compromise?

Insist on the very best for yourself and your family!

Herbal medicine has been used since the earliest of times by our ancestors. Plants are utilized for their ability to heal and improve health maintenance. Ashitaba is just one of the super food that is simple, safe and effective.

Containing chalcones (through its yellow sap), ashitaba is abundant in anti-oxidant properties. Ashitaba is beneficial to fight against free radicals which damage molecules that promote aging, destroy tissues and promote disease in the body. Also because this Japanese herb has a rich content of chlorophyll and B12, it is recognized as a favorable herb for fighting disease and encouraging overall health.

The Properties and Therapeutic Uses of Ashitaba By Dr. Kevin Lance:

“Ashitaba
harmonizes the Spleen and Stomach. It helps to balance the Earth
element. There is a patient in Texas that has Insulin-Dependent
Diabetes that is currently taking the herb. He says that he now has to
use less Insulin because his blood sugar no longer spikes with attacks
of Hyperglycemia. Another Diabetes patient in Japan took Ashitaba for
six months and his blood sugar level dropped from 400 mg./dL to 150
mg./dL. Dr. Baba at Osaka University School of Pharmacy has published a
paper showing the decrease of the rate of acid production in the stomach
with Ashitaba. In her paper he also showed a decrease in the severity
of stress related to stomach ulcers. The extract of Angelica Keiskei
Koidzumi also exhibited an anti-bacterial action.” 

Ashitaba  has anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and anti-allergy properties. It works as a solider to battle against constipation, diabetes, liver ailments, kidney ailments, cancers, and it also works as a great skin care elixir.

Note: If
you are suffering from any grave level of disease, it’s still best to
be granted with your doctor’s OK before considering to take any health
supplement and herbal products as they might interact with other
medications you take.

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