Meet Li-Chin Yuen.
According to record he may have been born in 1677, and survived 23 wives and fathered hundreds of children.
Li-Chin Yuenwas a Taoist master, a respected herbalist and a major proponent of Gotu-Kola for longer life.
So what is Gotu-Kola and what does it do?
Gotu-Kola has been used to heal wounds, treat skin diseases, cancer, depression, and has also been known to produce a mild relaxing affect on the nervous system, is good for stress and anxiety, and can improve concentration and mental focus.
It’s also known to help with better blood circulation, and high blood pressure.
It helps with sleeplessness and epilepsy. In Sri Lanka they use it for sinus and arthritis and to strengthen the immune system.
So the question should be, “What doesn’t it do?”
And now a new question, can I grow it?