2011-06-29

优顿草/Clinathanus/Sabah Snake Grass

One fine evening, my 7 years old April, coming back home and telling me, her Moral teacher brought them 优顿草 and let them taste. According to her Moral teacher, this plant is good for curing cancer (cancer patients) and preventing cancer (healthy people). Her Moral teacher encouraged them to spread this information to parents.

April retained this information well. She kept telling me and her dad how good is 优顿草 again and again. She also said one of her classmates has 优顿草 in his house garden. This boy was going to pluck some for those who are interested to plant it.

On the next day, April really brought one tiny grass back from school. When my husband took a closer look at the grass, it resembles the grass which my next door neighbour planted in his garden.

When chatting with my neighbour, I enquired her the usage and benefits of the grass. She confirmed that what April's Moral teacher said is right. It was very kind of her to give me this whole pail of 优顿草.
Being a juice lover, my husband and I have no problem at all in taking this 优顿草. We put in 10 leaves (this number is only meant for maintaining health, cancer patients need more, please refer to the link below this entry) with 4 small green apples, and juiced them together. It tasted fine for us.
April who has full trust in her Moral teacher, taking the juice without any problem.
My 5 years old, May too, showed no fuss when taking 优顿草with green apple. Since 优顿草 is quite cooling, it is not advisable to take it with empty stomach. I let them take it after their meal.
Out of curiosity, and I wanted to know more about this grass. I have been googled information on it for the past few days. I get to know 优顿草 can also control High Cholesterol, High Blood, High Uric Acid and Diabetes.

If you are interested to know more about the real life story and experience after taking 优顿草/Clinathanus/Sabah Snake Grass, you can read the article in English, and the news and link in Mandarin.

My husband has planted stems from the grass, which April took back and also my neigbour gave me in our garden.

25 comments:

  1. Everybody is going gaga over this snake grass. I first heard about it from a relative of mine in Taiping, who told me it's growing wild and abundantly somewhere in Taiping. Apparently a miracle herb for curing cancer, yes. Easy to plant too. I guess it's okay to take it moderately.

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  2. Heard about the goodness of this grass too :) No harm trying since it does no harm to our body, right?

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  3. yeah..i heard of this before.. very cooling for body too..

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  4. :) thanks for sharing.
    I shared it with my colls already.

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  5. This plant is getting more and more popular at Taiping, as well as to other states. The uncle who 'originated' it stays near my mum's place, I've seen more and more people came visiting him day by day...=) I've not try the plant myself.

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  6. Thanks for sharing about this plant. I personally have never seen this plant before, but now that you have included a picture of it, I'll be on the lookout for this plant when I'm going places. I'm keen to plant this grass too (if i can get my hands on it) becos my hubby has gout (high uric acid).

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  7. Wow, your girl has a very dedicated teacher I reckon, she is definitely in good hands! Whn I was schooling, these were the teachers tht I'd pay attention to and score in their subjects!

    Thanks for sharing the info, I hope it's selling in the pasar malam, lol!^^

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  8. So nice of April's Moral teacher to spread the goodness and wonders of the Sabah Snake Grass and thanks to you for posting and sharing this great info. tQ.

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  9. Hi Sheoh Yan, this snake grass is good from what I have heard from relatives.
    And good to have it.....anything that helps maintain good health is good. Good that teacher introduced this to the kids. They learn.
    Have a nice day.
    Lee.

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  10. oh, i've not heard about this leaves before, really can help prevent cancer?? hmmm, i like the idea of mixing it with apple juice, must be nicer to drink..

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  11. Oh ya, was told by my grandma about this grass before. She grew some in her garden and I tried before.

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  12. This is something new to me, the grass I meant :P

    Your kids so guai can drink the juice! Ethan wont touch it even if I force him.. sigh..

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  13. I read about this grass sometime back. there is a guy staying in kl who is willing to get it from seremban for anyone who need it,with a fee of course. well no harm trying them . alot of plant are herbs. in fact the Bible talks alot about the goodness of herbs.

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  14. Very bitter....hempedu bumi..

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  15. Oh, i wonder if this snake grass is what I have been taking since young. My late grandma used to dry the leaves, then grind them into powder and put them into capsules. Whenever we feel heaty, we should take 2 capsules and they really work! We call it "Seh York". I haven't heard about the other things that this plant can cure but I think this plant is very useful :) Very hard to find them in KL.

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  16. My mum has planted something similar to this, it is very bitter, whenever she has got headache (high blood she said), she will pluck one or two leaves squeeze them a little, put in boiling hot water and drink, she even eats the leaves. Don't know whether it is the same plant or not because she never tells me the name of the plant :D

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  17. Very bitter one right? Very useful plant...

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  18. Maybe my dad knows about this plant. I don't have a clue about this. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  20. This and the bitter one is entirely different.
    This is Clinacanthus nutans.
    The bitter one is Andrographis paniculata.
    This has no flowers. The bitter one has flowers and seeds.
    I have both. You can tell the difference from the stem .... if ther is no flowers yet from the bitter one!
    Need more info: herbaltea.grouply.com

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  21. yes... ssg is not bitter, but lembut dan lemak, right??

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  22. If you really have the grass, van you please contact me immediately on 0448 092 693 for saving a life urgently.

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    1. Frankie, you may contact Angela @ 010 515 3186 or email her at ssgsupply@gmail.com.

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  23. Hi everyone. There are two types of grass. 1 is Sabah Snake Grass (thinner and sharp) and the other is Indian Snake Grass (broader leaves). Sabah Snake Grass in not bitter but Indian Snake Grass is very very bitter. I tried and the bitterness remained to the tongue.
    I have been taking/chewing this SSG about 50 leaves everyday. So far the result is good. Dr told me I had NPC and now my nose is no longer blocked.
    Those living in Seremban, try going to Klawang, Yip Poh Ling herbal farm. Also I just came to know that there is another supplier in Klang, giving free SSG leaves to cancer patient. More details in Facebook, just goggle Sabah Snake Grass.
    Good luck everyone. Just to share some info.

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  24. I have been taking this SSG tea and it helps to reduce my uric acid level. Recently, a colleague of mine told me his dad has experience great improvement on his high blood pressure after taking SSG tea.

    I start recommending to friends with cholesterol, diabetic and skin problems. Most of them do experience improvements in many ways. I have also seen people around me with cancer benefited from this plant.

    I have been buying from fresh leaves and tea bags from Will 010 525 7782. I think his products are mostly available at organic shops. You may check them out at facebook.com/ssgrass. Delivery to worldwide should not be a problem.

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