Plant Foods That Help Extend Life

Kumazasa mosanco tea

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Kumazasa

Kumazasa mosanco tea

Kumazasa is a kind of bamboo that has cleansing and purifying properties. It is believed to be a bear’s first meal after hibernation because it has the power to cleanse the blood and remove harmful substances. Kumazasa also functions as a natural preservative and is an effective deodorizer. It also possesses antioxidant properties and has been frequently used in Japan since ancient times. For example, it is used to wrap raw fish slices to prevent spoilage. Furthermore, in traditional medicine, kumazasa is valued for many properties, including its role as an antiseptic. Used as a gargle, it can also helps with bad breath issues.

Chlorophyll and protein make up 80% and 13% of kumazasa, respectively, giving it double the protein of milk. Kumazasa holds a variety of essential amino acids, polysaccharides, phytochemicals, and vitamins. These are effective at promoting wound recover and possess anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiviral properties. Kumazasa is extremely beneficial for the cardiovascular and digestive systems. It has anticancer properties and supports the body in absorbing nutrients and removing waste more smoothly.

Sabrina Tan
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