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Kudzu Root (Cut & Sifted)

Kudzu, also known as Japanese arrowroot, is a trailing vine native to China, Korea and Japan that produces an oblong-shaped root tuber that resembles the potato. While fresh kudzu root is cooked as a vegetable, the dried root is used to prepare teas, tinctures and tonics. Kudzu root, which has a high concentration of isoflavones, is also processed commercially as a dietary supplement.
Also Known As kudzu, gegen, “mile-a-minute-vine,” “foot-a-day-vine”, “the vine that ate the south”, japanese arrowroot
SKU 4518

Certifications

Gluten Free No
Kosher No
Organic No

Ordering & Availability

Minimum Order Quantity 100 lbs

Properties

Application cosmetic - Infuse in carrier oil for topical use.culinary - Use Kudzu to prepare teas, tinctures and tonics.wellness - Encapsulate as a dietary supplement.safety - Kudzu root is safe for most people. However, this herb may reduce or increase the effects of certain medications, including birth control pills, diabetes drugs, blood pressure medications and anticoagulants (blood-thinners). Due to the estrogenic effects if isoflavones, kudzu should be avoided if there is a history of a hormone-driven condition, such as breast cancer.
Country of Origin China

Storage & Packaging

Pack Sizes 1/4 pound, 1 pound
Storage Instructions Store in a tightly-sealed container in a cool, dark place.