Profile: Pueraria montana var. lobata is an Asian perennial vine. The pea-family vine spreads swiftly and can restrict native plants in areas where it has naturalized. Kudzu root has been consumed as a vegetable in Asia and used in TCM for thousands of years. Kudzu root is used in herbal teas and botanical preparations.
Details: The pestiferous, creeping kudzu plant infesting the southeastern U.S. is an edible Asian vegetable with a root used for over 2000 years. TCM utilizes the root to remove body heat. It's sweet, bitter, and neutral. Unclogs spleen, stomach, lung, and bladder meridians. Kudzu is used to reduce alcohol's aftereffects. Kudzu root is abundant in health-promoting isoflavones. Naturopathic doctors cite kudzu's many uses.
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