Ingredients: Chomeiso Leaves
Amount: 46g (23 tea bags x 2g)
How to Make:
Boil one tea bag for 2-3 minutes or to taste.
- Chomeiso translates to "long life plant"
- The plant is native to Yonaguni Island in Okinawa
- It is called 'sakuna' in Okinawan language
- Production has increased by 20 x over the last ten years
- Chomeiso is a "superfood" herb belonging to the parsley family and is native to Okinawa
- Its name quite literally translates to "long life plant", which has a lot to do with the life expectancy of Okinawans due to the food consumed and its many beneficial properties
- Chomeiso is not found or even heard of anywhere outside of Japan but production has increased by twenty times over the last ten years, so it is expected to become more & more popular as people catch on to its many benefits for health
Read more here about Chomeiso: The Long Life Grass of Okinawa↠
Storage: Keep away from moisture, heat, and sunlight. Store in a cool, dry place.
Manufactured by: Ucchin Okinawa
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