This Amazing ‘Elixir of Life’ Herb Keeps Your Skin Soft, Lungs Happy and Heart Open

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By Aaron Weis | Dream Catcher Botanicals

The taoist flying herb, also known as wild asparagus root, is used both spiritually and physically. It has long been revered by Tibetan Monks as an elixir of life and a potent herbal tonic for the skin, lungs and heart.

Dried Wild Asparagus Root

Dried Wild Asparagus Root

Keep in mind that wild asparagus root isn’t just your run of the mill asparagus that you grow in your vegetable garden or buy at your local grocery store. It’s actually a wild type of asparagus. This special plant has been grown for its medicinal qualities in China for over 2000 years.  In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)  it’s called “Tian Men Dong” which translates as lush winter aerial plant and is sometimes called Heavenly Spirit Root.


Here are my Top 3 Health Benefits for Wild Asparagus Root:

#3- Mental Happiness

Taoists claim that by consuming Wild Asparagus Root a person gains the ability to fly. This flying symbolizes the ability to rise above things that are mundane and is the freedom of Spirit that can be experienced when one has attained harmony. It can cultivate an increased sense of compassion, opening the heart center and relaxing an overactive mind. Many people who take this herb for prolonged amounts of time say that it has increased their levels of joy and happiness and good number of people that use wild asparagus root regularly experience dreams in which they are flying!

#2- The Skin

Beautiful skin is a sure sign of pure blood and healthy lungs. Many Tibetan Buddhist monks revere this herb and say that it’s why they’re skin is so soft and they look so young. This root contains vitamins, minerals and nutrients that naturally promote soft, smooth, healthy skin from the inside out. Several studies have also been done on wild asparagus root as an anti-aging herb. (Research Here)

#1- The Lungs

The Chinese say that “wisdom comes from the lungs.” and that’s why we can see this herb play such an important role in our lung health both on a spiritual level and of course, a physical level too. It is a powerful but gentle tonic for the lungs and it helps to moisten dry lungs. It’s great for smokers, those exposed to toxins or dry environments and for people with dry coughs. It helps to moisten the lungs, break away tar, removing toxins from the respiratory tract, and improves all respiratory functions.

Now that you have know about wild asparagus, It’s time to see if it’s right for you. I suggest experimenting with in raw, tea or tincture form to figure out what works best for. The raw herb can be easily eaten. It tastes sweet and bitter. The tea is nice if you have the time, but if you’re on the go, the tincture can be taken anywhere. So whether you’re looking for soft supple skin, happy lungs or an open heart wild asparagus root may just be the thing you’re looking for! (Find It Here!)

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to post them below, I may even make a video about your question and if knowing more about how herbs and healthy living practices can help you, please subscribe to my youtube channel.

Dream Well, Stay Awesome, Live Better!

aaron weissAaron Weis is a Certified Herbalist, Avid Blogger, Health Consultant, Rare Plant Collector and Business Owner @http://www.dreamcatcherbotanicals.com.

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Disclaimer: Make sure to always do your research and talk with your medical advisor before adding any herbs to your diet. This video’s information is not approved by the FDA to treat, diagnose, prevent or cure any diseases. The information presented in this video is provided for informational purposes only.

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  1. 1167167773314204@facebook.com' Giresh Thani says:

    Gonna make Yuh pee smell bad tho, jus’ hope You’re aware. Well, nay … ‘S the green asparagus. Famil, yes … to answer Your query tho. Wonder whether You were watchin’ when I used to use back then 2, perhaps. Despite all Your watchin’ tho, n’ability to see, imagine that they’re sum things that You yet don’t know about Me! In Your opinion tho, am I right, or am I wrong?

  2. 1167167773314204@facebook.com' Giresh Thani says:

    *use that back etc.

  3. 1167167773314204@facebook.com' Giresh Thani says:

    Wanted another root for right now tho, but can’t access @tm. Not telling which tho, tho per chance You’ve already seen Me’n’know!

  4. 10153402785091244@facebook.com' Angela Nguyen says:

    Dolma Choezom can.we eat this

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