Ashitaba - Tomorrow's Leaf
This page contains articles and links to articles about Ashitaba - a miracle herb that I personally grow in my little garden at home.
Tomorrow's Leaf was discovered in Hachijo Island (Japan). The plant grows richly in great abundance. Once you pick one today, tomorrow you will see it start to grow a new life. An 80-year old medical doctor who was suffering in his last stage of lung cancer found this plant during his trip to Hachijo Island. He became curious with the leaf until he picked some, ate it and noticed that the leaf gave him great improvement in his health until he was finally cured.
He did deep research and discovered that the leaf has abundant organic elements. He wrote all the data of his research including his experience with Tomorrow Leaf. He found out also the value of the leaf – as herbal medicine, that can cure a lot of other illness. It is also being used in different varieties of daily food preparations.
Tomorrow's Leaf is considered effective in treating the following disorders:
Lungs / Cough / Asthma / Disgestive System / Intestine / Kidney / Kidney Stones / Urinary Tract Bleeding / Liver / Gall Bladder / Hepatitis / Gall Bladder Stones / Help Suppress Growth of Cancer Cells / Hemmoroids / Constipation / Diarrhea / Vomitting / Blood Poisoning / Septicemia / Fertility Problems / More Balanced Blood Cells / Help in Recovery of Bone Injuries / External Wounds / Skin Allergy / Rheumatism / High Cholesterol Levels / High-Low Blood Pressure / Diabetes.
Option 1: use 1 or 2 fresh leaves, wash with salt water, rinse with clean water, chew the leaves and drink water
Option 2: use 1 or 2 fresh leaves, wash with salt water, rinse with clean water, cut in small pieces, add to fruit juice. Drink a cup of it 1 to 2 times a day
Option 3: for dry leaves, boil in water, drink 1 cup size 3 times a day. Leaves can be eaten after boiling
Use 4 leaves and follow same procedures as above.
Note: do not drink any tea after taking the leaf. Allow 4 hours.
LINKS FOR FURTHER READING:
+Ashitaba - Tomorrow's Leaf from Wikipedia.com
+The Tomorrow Leaf: A Healing Herb (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3) from Inquirer.net
+How to use Ashitaba plants from eHow.com
+Ashitaba Plant from Lovetoknow.com
+Organic Ashitaba from Organicashitaba.com
+Ashitaba (Japanese Angelica) from Planet Botanic
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