Kuzu

In traditional Chinese medicine kuzu root is considered to be one of the 50 fundamental medicinal herbs, and has been praised for its medicinal properties in China and Japan for thousands of years.

The kuzu is widely used in Japan and regarded as the healthiest cooking starch, or jelling agent, in the culinary and confectionary world, as well as the medicinal world.

Kuzu medicinal effects:

  •  alleviate cold and fever symptoms
  • contribute to prevention of cancer (exhibit anti-tumor activity in breast cancer, prostate cancer, colon cancer, ovarian cancer )
  • reduce inflammatory conditions
  • lower blood pressure
  • prevent atherosclerosis
  • relieve allergic reaction
  • lower cholesterol
  • down-regulate blood glucose and have the potential to treat type I and II diabetes
  • reduce menopause symptoms
  • promote healthy aging
  • detoxify all kinds of poison
  • alleviate stiff muscles
  • treat minor indigestion
  • relieve intestinal discomfort caused by over-acidity, bacterial infections and diarrhoea
  • eliminate  hangover

 

 

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