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Kudzu description

Kudzu is a woody and climbing plant nicknamed Japanese vine with the peculiarity of clinging invasively to fences or trees. Thus installed, it can climb to heights varying from 20 to 30 meters. Kudzu originates from deep fleshy and voluminous roots which sometimes reach 180 kg. The leaves are deciduous and deciduous with three leaflets which can also be lobed and equipped with petioles. While the small sized pink to purple, papilionaceous flowers all cluster in a beautiful terminal cluster and are very fragrant. As for the kudzu fruit, it looks like a very elongated, flattened and narrow pod that holds about ten seeds.

Kudzu culture

It is native to East Asia in parts of the Far East as well as the Western Pacific, China, Japan and Korea, Viet Nam, and New Caledonia. Then the kudzu imported as an ornamental plant spread throughout the Southeastern United States, Ukraine and South Africa. It can grow in all kinds of land, and climate, but its preference goes to disturbed places with lots of sun and climates climates. The kudzu is a vine cataloged now invasive by all countries, as soon as it becomes comfortable, it has the specificity of growing more or less twenty meters per season.

Kudzu its composition

The roots contain many compounds with flavonoids and anti-free radicals such as isaflavone, daidzein, daidzine, genistein, as well as formonotein and puerarin.

Kudzu thus includes coumarins, melatonin and estrogens, beta-sitosterol and phytosterols.

Rich in starch, vitamin B1, saponosides (glucosidic triterpene), but also proteins, sugars, minerals with calcium and phosphorus and kasseïne.

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Its medicinal virtues

Kudzu derives its therapeutic sources from Chinese medicine which used it to limit certain addictions, used nerve receptors, and that kudzu could act on this receptor. Therefore, it has been observed by some researchers that Kudzu can aid in cessation and a significant reduction in consumption, especially with regard to tobacco and alcohol.

By its action on the nervous receptors as well as on the pineal gland, it has a de-stressing and relaxing effect on the central nervous system.

Kudzu by its various compounds allows it to have medicinal properties on the pancreas in cases of diarrhea and colitis, but also by regulating the level of bad cholesterol.

It is useful for the relief and relaxation of muscle stiffness that often affects the shoulders as well as the neck and back.

Kudzu other uses

Kudzu has been used for more than 200 years in the Chinese diet, its leaves are eaten in salads, its flowers in donuts and its roots in starch for confectionery, but also in pancakes, porridge or tofus.

Kudzu helps heal

Diarrhea, colitis, eye pressure, addiction (tobacco, alcohol), anti-stress, cholesterol


kudzu dosage to help stop drinking

Kudzu contains isoflavones, do not exceed 1 mg of isoflavones per kg of body weight