Kudzu – The harmony that comes from within!
Dietary supplement capsules containing dried powder of Kudzu with polyphenol content.
History of the plant:
Chinese medicine has been using the plant for medicinal purposes for centuries. It was not until 1876 that kudzu came to the United States as an ornamental plant.
In the late 1980s, American scientists began studying Kuju and discovering its outstanding medicinal properties.
In 1989, a report by scientists at the University of North Carolina stated that the birch root stabilizes the nervous system. It was later shown that kudzu affects brain serotinin and dopamine production.
These hormones act on the nervous system to provide continuous conduction. Dopamine and serotonin are also responsible for mood. The lack of these hormones creates extreme moods – from excessive aggression to frequent nervous breakdowns to depression. Under the influence of kudzu, serotonin and dopamine remain in the circulatory system for a longer period of time and naturally stimulate the reward system of our brain.
Researchers say the effects of daidzein approach the effects of a very important hormone, estrogen. Estrogen deficiency occurs in women during menopause.
In the late 1990s, Japanese scientists noticed that kudzu relieves these unpleasant symptoms.
A 2000 study found that the positive effects of daidzein on bone-building cells have been described.
Research on isoflavonoids in kudzu, which began in the 1990s, suggests that genistein may be protective against prostate and breast cancer. Preliminary data from studies show that puerarin in kudzu may improve insulin resistance in diabetics.
Kudzu is rich in iron and other minerals (sodium, calcium) and contains carbohydrates (mainly starch), so it contains more energy-giving calories than honey.
Kudzu has also been shown to be effective in helping liver function loaded with toxins, indigestion, poor blood circulation, headaches, muscle aches, a malfunctioning nervous system, general exhaustion and weakness of the body.
Effects of kudzu:
– It affects the production of serotonin and dopamine in the brain, which can strengthen the nervous system and have a positive effect on mood.
– You can reduce muscle aches and headaches.
– In general, you can improve your well-being, give you strength.
– May detoxify internal organs, especially the liver.
– It may reduce insulin resistance.
– It can help relieve the symptoms of menopause.
Contains many useful isoflavonoids, including daidzein (anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effect) and genistein (anti-leukemia effect).
In addition, it is a unique source of puerarin. Kudzu root compounds can affect the action of neurotransmitters (e.g., serotonin, GABA).
Flavin 7 bioflavonoid complex (red grape seed-husk drying, sorghum seed-husk drying, blackberry seed husk drying, black cherry husk drying, blackcurrant seed husk drying, redcurrant seed husk drying, plum husk drying, plum husk kudzu root (Pueraria lobata) dried powder, vitamin B6, capsule coating: gelatin.
Active ingredients in the recommended daily intake:
|Vitamin B6||1 mg * RDA 71.4%|
* RDA is% of recommended daily intake for adults.
– 1 capsule. Swallow with plenty of water.
Consumption of the product is not recommended for small children, pregnant or for women who are about to become pregnant, breastfeeding mothers, young girls of puberty, and individuals who have been diagnosed with breast cancer (previously hormone-dependent) in women, and treated.
– 100 pcs, 250 pcs.