Kudzu, Pueraria lobata, has a history of use in traditional Chinese medicine for counteracting the effects of alcohol. The root is used for neutralizing poisons and viral infections. The roots are also used to treat venous problems and headaches, dizziness, and numbness caused by high blood pressure. Kudzu is helpful for leaky gut syndrome, muscle aches, and neck and upper back pain. It is also used for diarrhea, dysentery, and increasing blood flow in patients with arteriosclerosis.
No known warnings.
Can be made as a tea, tincture, powder or capsule.