• [YAMANEEN original] I made tea of ​​Aralia elata leaves and stalks of organic pesticide collected around Kirishima.×3 packs
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  • [Product name] Aralia elata leaves tea[Product classification] Food / beverage[Contents] 100 Grams
  • [Ingredient name] Aralia elata leaves, stem[Place of Origin] Miyazaki Prefecture Production[Shelf life] About 12 months from the date of manufacture
  • [Precautions for use] Please eat as soon as possible after opening.[Storage method] Please store at room temperature. Please keep away from direct sunlight, high temperature and humidity.
  • [How to use] After placing about 5 to 10 g of this product in a tea pack, boil it with 1 liter of water, boil it for 5 to 6 minutes with a low heat, please enjoy it. You can drink tea pot or teapot.
  • [A word of the store manager] Although the bud of Aralia elata is famous as a wild vegetable to eat with tempura etc., leaves and stem also contain a lot of nutrition.

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Description of [YAMANEEN original] I made tea of ​​Aralia elata leaves and stalks of organic pesticide collected around Kirishima.×3 packs

Many traditional Asian curatives come in the form of plants. Herbalists dating back to even before the establishment of a formal medical practice have used extracts taken from leaves, stems, roots, and fruits of specific plants, shrubs, and trees that they have tested and found to be quite effective. Among them is aralia elata, otherwise known as the Japanese Angelica Tree. Although modern laboratory tests were not yet available at the time Japanese herbalists first tried using this plant as a curative, they were already convinced that it could address many ailments and conditions that people may have. This is why a tea was concocted from the leaves of this plant, all the better for people to be able to imbibe the components of this plant that make it immensely beneficial. The leaves have shown to have the phytochemical known as saponin, which has been tested to provide good protection against myocardium damage and myocardial infarction, thereby greatly increasing cardiovascular health. Most parts of this plant have these beneficial components in them, although the greatest concentration and easiest point of extraction are the leaves, which can easily be used for tea. The naturally occurring chemicals in the leaves of this plant have also been known to be effective in countering cold symptoms, ?u, tonsillitis, and stomatitis. Early medical practitioners in Asia believed it could improve memory and appetite, promote longevity, and restore vitality. Today, tea made from aralia is known to be able to address numerous ailments and diseases such as diabetes, neurasthenia, hepatitis, chronic cough, carcinoma, ulcers, rheumatoid arthritis, and inflammations. Modern research has also confirmed that it can kill viruses, harmful bacteria, and other pathogens, restore the function of the liver, reduce blood sugar levels, protect against the more allergies, and help prevent the development of many forms of cancer.

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