In Okinawa, the moon peach is called "sannin", and it is known for its insect-proof and anti-bacterial effects. It has been used in Okinawa's life since ancient times, such as as an insect repellent, as a leaf that wraps herbs and food. It was
Every year, December 8th of the lunar calendar is called Mochi Day, and in Okinawa, mochi is wrapped in moon peach leaves and steamed.
Even if you leave it for a while, the mochi wrapped in the leaves of the moon peach will not rot and will last for a long time.
Recently, the Okayama Prefectural Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Research Center and Institute of Biological Sciences and the University of Tokyo have discovered that the extract is highly effective in controlling plant viruses.
The article said, "There is a merit that even if humans take it into the body, it is harmless. It is expected to be used for a wide range of viruses and may be effective against the new coronavirus." "I'm excited about that.
A slightly spicy fragrance that makes you feel good is also recommended.
It may be refreshing, so you may want to spray the Tsukitomo spray on a mask.
The natural power of moon peach is highly recommended.
If you like it, please try incorporating it into your life.