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How to Properly Care for Your Ashitaba Plants: Tips from Green(er) Thumbs

Japanese samurai warriors ate Ashitaba plants to heal their wounds and prevent infections. But you don't have to be a samurai warrior to get the health benefits of Ashitaba. You can grow the Japanese Ashitaba plant right at home, and use its leaves to delay aging and cleanse your cells for boosting your healthy lifestyle. The Ashitaba plant, also known as ''tomorrow's leaf,'' is a medicinal herb you can grow yourself. The Ashitaba leaves grow back quickly after you cut them so you always have a ready supply. Are you ready to learn how to grow Ashitaba? Read more for everything you need to know about growing Ashitaba at home. What Are Ashitaba Plants? Ashitaba (Angelica keiskei) is a perennial...

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Ashitaba: How Tomorrow’s Leaf can Make You Healthier Today

The Japanese are currently outliving everyone else on the plant. Wanna know why? It's simple. They have a healthy lifestyle that comprises of healthy eating, exercises, and access to good medical infrastructure. Our focus in this article is on their diet. Specifically, a plant called Ashitaba. If a recent report out of Austria is true, this is a plant that you should pay a lot of attention to.  While it seems like a "miracle plant", Ashitaba benefits were apparently stumbled on by mistake. You see, the plant solely grew on Hochiji Island, where political prisoners were sent to die.  Only, instead of becoming sick, growing lethargic and dying, the prisoners seemed even more agile, healthier and aged slower. Turns out they were...

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5 FAQs on Ashitaba (and Why You Should Be Drinking this Tea!)

The average lifespan in Japan is 84.2 years, with over 2 million residents clocking 90 in 2017 alone. In comparison, the average lifespan in the US is 78.69 years. This means Japanese citizens are likely to live 6+ years more than their American counterparts.  The question is, how are the Japanese living longer than the rest of the world? What are they eating or doing that we're not? Truth is apart from genetics, the Japanese have a wide array of healthy lifestyle habits and plants. But one that particularly stands out is their consumption of the Ashitaba plant.  Often called the "Tomorrow Leaf", Ashitaba plants are thought to help improve the user's health so they can live as long as humanly...

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How to Grow Ashitaba Plant: Taking Your Plant From Seed to Harvest

  Over 33% of Americans seek all-natural alternatives to maintain their health and wellbeing. As holistic remedies can offer relief from stress and stronger immunity to diseases. As well as many nutritional and anti-aging benefits. The botanical herb, ashitaba has become a staple in holistic health. It offers an opportunity for those looking to boost their longevity. As the plant's many medicinal properties could hold the secret to living a long healthy life. So wondering how to grow ashitaba plant? Here is your guide to planting and harvesting your own ashitaba. The History of Ashitaba Ashitaba has origins in ancient Japanese medicine. It has long gotten used as an herbal remedy for samurai warriors. They used the plant's power to...

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What is Ashitaba? The Beginners Guide to this Edible Plant

Are you looking for a new do-it-all herb or supplement? Ashitaba could be just what you need. It's not some new-age solution, though it is holistic. People in Japan and on the islands that surround it have used this plant as a treatment for thousands of years. What is Ashitaba, other than an ancient remedy? Learn more about it below. Ashitaba is a Japanese plant, sometimes called Kenso or Leaves of Tomorrow. It's a homeopathic treatment for a range of gastrointestinal issues - like heartburn. People use both fresh leaves and dried powder in teas when utilizing this earth medicine. The plant itself is part of the carrot (root vegetable) family and it grows very quickly - which means it's...

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