Sachi Inchi is one of earth’s super foods. It comes to us from the Andes in Peru, South America. It’s been around for centuries and is said to have been a dietary staple for the Incas. It went out of circulation for some time but was rediscovered in about 2005. The oil used comes from a plant that grows to be about 6 feet tall, with small star shaped fruit and tiny white flowers. The nutritional value of this particular plant is said to be immense. It contains all of the essential fatty acids, including more vegetarian Omega-3’s than any other source on Earth. It’s rich with both proteins and fiber, helping to control your appetite and speed metabolism.
Like all roots, this one is found buried deep in the dirt. But this one is found in Chinese dirt, in the mountains of the Yanshou Region. Astragulus is related to the pea family and has been used for thousands of years by the Chinese in traditional herbal healing practices. It is said to help bolster the immune system, increase energy, and promote youthful vitality. Modern scientists have also noted its ability to strengthen muscle mass, increase metabolism, improve circulation, and speed healing. The roots are dried in the sun, cut into slices, and then crushed into a powder before using.
Papain comes from a more commonly recognized source, the ripe and sweet papayas of Costa Rica. It’s actually an enzyme produced by the papaya. Of course the papaya fruit itself is good for you, but the papain may be even better. In traditional medicines, it’s been used for indigestion, fevers, ulcers, swelling, and insect bites. But this enzyme also speeds up reactions in the body, aiding in digestion and promoting healing. Papain has even been shown to slow the growth of liver cancer cells in a scientific study by the University of Florida.
The benefits of all of these natural ingredients cannot be overlooked! Find out how to get all the health benefits of these “Super Foods” and over 70 more all from just 1 source! Be on the lookout for PART 2 of this email, next week…