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Kudzu 

Kudzu 500 mg - 120 Tablets
Kudzu Extract 500 mg 60 Capsules Health Benefits of Kudzu• Anti-Alcohol Support• Used traditionally in Chinese herbalism to safely treat the abuse of alcohol• Naturally contains isoflavonoids and saponins that provide anti-alcohol support• Helps to control and suppress the appetite for alcohol• support balanced blood sugar• Promotes brain and nervous system health• Naturally contains isoflavonoids and saponins that provide anti-alcohol support• Liver TonicKudzu Recovery features the roots and flowers of kudzu (Pueraria lobata), w...
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Kudzu has shown some promising results in reducing the desire for alcohol in studies. Although the mechanisms through which it works remain unclear, kudzu shows an ability to both decrease the amount of alcohol a person drinks, and help prevent hangovers. Kudzu is a perennial vine native to Asia, primarily subtropical and temperate regions of China, Japan, and Korea. Kudzu can out-grow and out-compete native plants and ruin entire forested areas. Efforts to control and manage this invasive plant are necessary in order to ensure that Indiana is not overrun by kudzu like in the South. Kudzu is a vine. Under the right growing conditions, it spreads easily, covering virtually everything that doesn’t move out of its path. Kudzu was introduced in North America in 1876 in the southeastern U.S. Some people use kudzu for menopause symptoms, weight loss, exercise performance, muscle pain.

Kudzu is a leguminous perennial actively growing from early summer (May) until the first frost. People don't call kudzu the plant that ate the South for nothing. As we learned earlier, kudzu grows really fast. Kudzu does not produce large quantities of seed. Kudzu prefers milder temperate to tropical climates with at least a moderate amount of rainfall. Under good growing conditions, kudzu can become an impenetrable mass of vines. Recently, studies have shown evidence that Kudzu can reduce drinking in humans. Essentially, kudzu increases blood alcohol concentration so that people need less alcohol to feel its effects. People feel satisfied on fewer drinks.