Longevity spinach has long been used in Asian cooking for a long time. But especially in Hmong culture, it’s used in our chicken diet soup for postpartum.
Longevity spinach is an herb that is used in the Hmong postpartum chicken soup diet for 30 days. The 30 days purification process when becoming a new mom.
It tastes just like Okinawa spinach. Each has it’s own healing properties and works differently.
It looks and feel like a succulent. It’s green on both sides of the leaf and it smell like fresh cut grass. To me anyway.
This is for informational purposes and entertainment purposes. Please consult your licenses herbalist or a professional for further use and consumption.