Kudzu Vine is a wild plant, that grows in many Asiatic countries. From ancient times to the present days, the root of Kudzu has been commonly used in Far Eastern culture as a food, rich source of starch and as an effective remedy in natural medicine. It helps digestion, reduces blood pressure, treats colds, intestinal ailments, and ALCOHOLISM with all of its resulting health problems. When Kudzu is present in a diet, it also prevents anyone from falling into an alcohol addiction. Starch derived from Kudzu Root contains a high amount of iron, a fair portion of calcium and phosphorus, and a little sodium. Interestingly, it has more calories per gram than honey, but unlike honey,which is quick burning sugar, Kudzu is a long sustaining source of energy in an organism. A recent research made in Medical School of Harvard confirmed that Kudzu reduces craving for alcohol as much as 90%. Daidzin, isoflavone is a compound of Kudzu that causes repression of alcohol consumption. Presently many others Universities work on that issue, like Southern Illinois University Carbondale and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The extraordinary results of the use of Kudzu Root gives a hope to many who suffer from an alcohol addiction and to their families.
KUDZU ROOT, pure powder, no additives. Treatment can be implemented easily, as thickener for soup and sauces or can be mixed with any kind of meal