High-dose kudzu extract
Healthwell Kudzu contains extracts from kudzu roots (Pueraria lobata). One capsule contains 500 mg of kudzu extract, which is equivalent to 2.5 grams of dried root and contains at least 40% isoflavonoids. Kudzu has long been used according to the Chinese tradition of health-promoting agents. The recommended dosage is 1 capsule 1-2 times daily.
- High-dose Kudzu root extract 5:1
- Traditional Chinese root
- 40% isoflavonoids
What is kudzu good for?
Kudzu, Pueraria lobata, is a root that originated in Japan and China. The name is Japanese for vine. The plant is described in the Eastern tradition of natural remedies where it has been used for a long time and attributed many interesting properties. Among other things, it has been used for headaches and by women after menopause, which is believed to be due to the content of isoflavonoids. Kudzu has also been used in many modern studies on menopausal symptoms, obesity and alcohol intake. More studies are needed to be able to see a clear connection.
What are isoflavonoids?
Isoflavonoids act as phytoestrogens, and are found in kudzu, among other things. Isoflavones are made up of several different active substances, including genistein and daidzein. Studies have shown that it is these active substances that give kudzun its properties. Healthwell Kudzu has a high content of isoflavonoids, with at least 40%.
Dosage and side effects of kudzu
Healthwell Kudzu contains 500 mg of root extract per capsule, which is equivalent to 2.5 grams of dried root. Kudzu extract contains 200 mg of isoflavonoids per capsule. The recommended dosage is 1 capsule 1-2 times daily. No side effects are known, but you should always follow the recommendation.