This tincture of Pueraria lobata root was made using Organic Gluten Free Cane Alcohol, filtered water, and glycerine.
The finished product contains 25% alcohol and 10% glycerine added after extraction.
Dosage: 60 drops or 2 droppers or 1/2 teaspoon, 2-3 times daily. Shake well before each use.
Kudzu root tincture
I have Lyme disease. Despite Stephen Buhner’s claim that kudzu is anti-inflammatory, in using it for the past 7 days, it is had the opposite effect in me. It has brought back arthritis problems in my wrists, for instance, that I thought were healed. Due to increased pain across my body, I cannot endorse kudzu for Lyme disease arthritis. I suspect that the reason is that kudzu contains caffeine. I went on an Rx website, where they stated that Kudzu does contain caffeine. If your body is like mine, and it overreacts to stimulants due to Lyme disease, I advise extreme caution in using kudzu. In addition to an arthritis flareup, the caffeine has brought on insomnia. I haven’t slept well for several nights. I am taking kudzu out of my protocol today. I’ve had good experience with Sage Woman’s herbs and treating Lyme disease. It’s just unfortunate that in adding this one, I created a bad setback.
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