Regulates hormonal imbalances and provides a feeling of well-being. 



Kudzu is a plant containing isoflavones (especially daidzein and puerarine) which play a hormonal role similar to estrogen produced naturally by our body, including fall during menopause causes various discomforts. According to some studies in postmenopausal women, consuming kudzu for several weeks resulted in aSignificant alleviation of menopausal symptoms, especially hot flashes. In the longer term, kudzu would also help to limit bone decalcification associated with menopause.

In addition, kudzu is traditionally used for another property: that of promoting addiction. It would be the isoflavones contained in kudzu, which would be responsible for its anti-addictive faculties. Studies have shown that the isoflavones in kudzu could thus stimulate the brain's natural “opioids” by acting on neurotransmitters such as Dopamine or serotonin. it could explain the performance of this plant on addictive behaviors and especially support people during their withdrawal period.



In Asia, kudzu is mainly eaten in cooking! Indeed, its leaves can be eaten in salads, its flowers in donuts and its roots make it possible to produce starch with a strong thickening power.



To date, no side effects have been reported following the consumption of kudzu. However, to avoid any risk of overdose, you should follow the recommended dosages. In addition, the consumption of kudzu is not recommended for young children, pregnant and breastfeeding women and in the event of a family history of hormone-dependent cancers. In case of medical treatment and to avoid any risk of interactions, it is advisable to seek the advice of a doctor or a pharmacist before consuming kudzu.



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