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Lobed Kudzuvine Root/ Dried Ge Gen Pian（12oz/Bag）
Kudzu's roots, flowers, and leaves are used to make medicine. It has been used in Chinese medicine since at least 200 BC. As early as 600 AD, it was used to treat alcoholism. Today, kudzu is used to treat alcoholism and to reduce symptoms of alcohol hangover, including headache, upset stomach, dizziness, and vomiting (rxlist.com)
Liver disease: There is some concern that taking kudzu might harm the liver. In theory, kudzu might make liver diseases, such as hepatitis, worse. People with liver disease or a history of liver disease should avoid kudzu.
There is information that suggests kudzu contains ingredients that counteract alcohol. It might also have effects like estrogen. Chemicals in kudzu might also increase blood circulation in the heart and brain. . . [A chemical in kuzu may be helpful for menopause, heart disease, and weight loss] https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-750/kudzu
Dosage: Oral administration: decoction, 10~15g; or mashed juice. External use: appropriate amount, pound and apply.
Kudzuvine Root Powder Soup
250 grams of Kudzuvive powder, 30 grams of nepeta [catmint leaf], and 150 grams of light tempeh. Make kudzu noodles, boil the nepeta ears, and light tempeh in water for 6~7 minutes to boil to remove the juice, and cook the kudzu noodles until cooked. Eat 1 time each morning and evening.
Efficacy: nourishes the liver and kidney, reduces wind [nerve pain], and resuscitates. Indications are suitable for liver and kidney yin deficiency, stroke, astringent speech [aphasia], dizziness, hemiplegia, and cerebral arteries in the elderly. It can also be used to prevent stroke.