Product information Kudzu / Pueraria lobata
Application and operation
Due to European legislation on health claims, we are not allowed to make any statements about the use and effect of this valuable herbal product. If you would still like to receive information about this, please contact us.
Kudzu is a very fast-growing climbing plant that grows longer than 30 meters and in which more than 30 stems grow from one root system.
Dosage and use
|Standard dosage||Build up to 5 drops 3 times a day.|
|According to the Buhner protocol||Build up to 10 drops 3 to 4 times a day.|
|Or according to the directions of your therapist.|
Adjust dosage according to need. Preferably to be taken half an hour before meals.
Do not use during pregnancy and lactation. Not for children.
Always start the course with a low dose. The more severe the symptoms, the lower the starting dose. This is to prevent a lot of toxins from being released in one go (due to the death of germs). Because toxins are always released (even at low doses), it is recommended to drink a lot of (water) during the cure and to use detoxifying and sedative agents at the same time. (Such as eg Chlorella, Zeolite)
Composition and orgin
The tincture is undiluted mother tincture of dried root of Kudzu and is prepared organically. Organic certified and produced by Biosfeer in Groede in the Netherlands and is EKO and Skal certified with NL-BIO-01 Skal026872.
Alcohol: 50%. Maceration ratio: 1:10.
Keep tightly closed, at room temperature and keep out of the reach of children. Kudzu is not a medicine but a herbal preparation. A food supplement should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. This product information cannot replace the advice of a doctor or therapist. For all other questions, please consult your therapist or contact us.
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