Kudzu root and Acerola Kudzu root and Acerola
Unrest Diarrhea, colitis, fever, eye pressure
Beneficial Addiction (smoking, alcohol), anti-stress, cholesterol
Kudzu is a woody vine and climber nicknamed by its particularity in order to cling to fences or invasive trees. And installed kudzu can climb to heights ranging from 20 to 30 meters. Kudzu is born of deep and large fleshy roots which sometimes reach 180 kg. Kudzu leaves are deciduous and has three leaflets that can also be equipped with lobed and petioles. While flowers of kudzu pink to purple in color papilionacé small sizes all come together in a beautiful terminal cluster and are very fragrant. But the fruit of kudzu has the appearance of a flattened and elongated pods very narrow and that holds a dozen seeds.
Kudzu la culture
Kudzu originated in East Asia in the regions of the Far East and Western Pacific, China, Japan and Korea, Vietnam, and New Caledonia. Then the kudzu has spread throughout the Southeastern United States, in Ukraine and South Africa. Kudzu can grow on all kinds of lands, and climates, but his favorite is to disturbed sites with lots of sunshine and temperate climates. Kudzu is a vine labeled as invasive by all countries, as soon as the kudzu took his ease, he has to grow the specificity of plus or minus twenty meters per season.
Kudzu composition Kudzu medicinal properties
Kudzu roots contain many made with flavonoids and anti-free radicals as isaflavone, daidzein, daidzin, genistein, and the formonoteine ??and puerarin.
Kudzu and includes coumarins, melatonin and estrogens, beta-sitosterol and phytosterols.
Kudzu is rich in starch, vitamin B1, saponins (triterpene glycoside), but also proteins, sugars, minerals with calcium and phosphorus and kasseïne.
Kudzu has its therapeutic springs in Chinese medicine who used it in the addictions, taken by scientists, studies Updated as alcohol and nicotine had an effect on the same nerve receptors, and that kudzu acted on this receptor. Therefore it was certified by many researchers that kudzu taken into cessation treatment and allowed a significant reduction in consumption with respect to drugs, tobacco and alcohol.
By this action on the nerve receptors and the pineal gland, kudzu makes a de-stressing and relaxing activity on the central nervous system.
Kudzu composed by its different allows it to have medicinal properties in other areas with its action on the pancreas in cases of diarrhea and colitis, but also by reducing bad cholesterol.
Kudzu bears his benefit by the relief and relaxation of muscle stiffness that often reach the shoulders and neck and back.
Le kudzu a un potentiel sur la stimulation de l’irrigation des vaisseaux sanguin qui se trouve dans le cerveau, étape importante dans la maladie de l’artériosclérose.
Several studies are currently underway on the possible effects of kudzu on cognitive function against Alzheimer's disease. But he was already established that kudzu eliminated the significant sweating, decrease in fever cases and finally a reduction in eye pressure.
Kudzu other uses
Kudzu has been used for more than two hundred, in the Chinese diet, these sheets are to rely contribution in different salads, these flowers are present in donuts, and these roots are of first order starch, powdered they can even serve confectionery, but also cake, boiled or in tofu.
Diarrhea, colitis, fever, eye pressure, atherosclerosis, addiction (smoking, alcohol), anti-stress, cholesterol