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The historic use of Tomorrows Leaf has been as a nutritional food and traditional medicine. Also known as the longevity herb, it is an Asian botanical belonging to the same genus as Angelica Sinensis aka Japanese/Chinese Angelica. The name Angelica comes from the Latin name for angel and was given to this herb because of its godly effects, namely its extraordinary ability to slow the aging process.

Known as the ‘Longevity herb’ because harvesting a leaf at the break of day often results in a new sprout growing overnight, being visible the following morning.

Tomorrows Leaf has been used for centuries to enhance the body's natural health. Used on the skin, it makes available the potent anti-oxidant; Chalcone (Xanthoangelol and 4-hydroxyderricin) which are more potent than those found in green tea, citrus fruits and grapes.

Tomorrows Leaf is a remarkable plant exhibiting the benefits of both land and marine plants. It is a dietary treasure, containing eleven vitamins, thirteen minerals, chlorophyll, enzymes, carotene, germanium, saponins, proteins, plant fibers, glycosides, coumarins, and a unique and rare class of flavonoids called chalcones. These are very unique polyphenols found in the leaf; they are bountiful in the bright-yellow sap of the plant. At least 10 different chalcones are present in Tomorrows Leaf. Our partners at Japanese Bio Science Lab are pioneers in the research of the functionality of Tomorrows Leaf and in the development of its cultivation method.

Possessing a similar molecular structure to that of our blood, Tomorrows Leaf has research published in Nutraceuticals World, Sept 2002, that astonishingly shows that it has out-performed all other herbs, including green tea, that were tested for their antioxidant potential based on the ORAC guide (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity).

With nature-based food and products being so popular these days, it will come as no surprise that Americans are more conscious than ever about what they are also putting on their skin. That’s why our partnership with the renowned green chemist and skin microbiome expert, Karen Sinclair Drake, and biodynamic farmers has been so important to this project. It has allowed us to now bring to market this exclusive technology that specifically targets age-related skin conditions with remarkable benefits using this longevity superfood and patent-pending, clinically-proven prebiotics.

References Inamori Y, Baba K, Tsujibo H, Taniguchi M, Nakata K, Kozawa M. Antibacterial Activity of Two Chalcones, Xanthoangelol and 4-hydroxyderricin, Isolated from the Root of Angelica Keiskei. Osaka University of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Japan. Pharmacol Ther 1991 Dec;52(3):331-63. Jing-Ping OY, Baohua W, Yongming L, Lei W, Jingwei Y Effect Of Angelica On The Expressional Changes Of Cytokines In Endothelial Cells Induced By Hyperlipidemic Serum.Department of Pathophysiology, Medical College of Wuhan University, Wuhan, 430071, P.R. China. Clin Hemorheol Microcirc 2001;24(3):201-5. Wang X, Wei L, Ouyang JP, Muller S, Gentils M, Cauchois G, Stoltz JF. Effects Of An Angelica Extract On Human Erythrocyte Aggregation, Deformation And Osmotic Fragility Group Cell and Tissue Mechanics and Engineering, LEMTA – UMR 7563 CNRS/INPL/UHP, 54500 Vandoeuvre-les- Nancy, France. 1991 Mar;14(1):87-92. Okuyama T, Takata M, Takayasu J, Hasegawa T, Tokuda H, Nishino A, Nishino H, Iwashima A. Anti- tumor-promotion by principles obtained from Angelica keiskei. Department of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry, Meiji College of Pharmacy, Tokyo, Japan. Chem Pharm Bull (Tokyo) 1991 Jun;39(6):1604-5.