What Can Ashitaba Do for You?

What Can Ashitaba Do for You?

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  • Both the leaves and stalks of a Japanese herb called ashitaba, aka Angelica keiskei (AK), can be eaten raw, dried, boiled or ground to make supplements or juice, and the roots can be pickled

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