Kudzu-the Chinese Medicine For Treatment

Traditional Chinese medicine has used kudzu roots for centuries to treat stiff neck, headache, muscle tension and neurological conditions.Its use in modern Chinese medicine includes the treatment of angina pectoris,and recommend to stop smoking
By: chinese tea and herbs
 
Aug. 4, 2007 - PRLog -- Traditional Chinese medicine has used kudzu roots for centuries to treat stiff neck, headache, muscle tension and neurological conditions. Chinese physicians also have relied on it to treat the alcohol abuse, relieve respiratory problems and counteract poisons. Its use in modern Chinese medicine includes the treatment of angina pectoris. For some years now scientist from the Harvard University in Boston recommend Kudzu to stop smoking.

How does Kudzu help you to stop smoking?
Nicotine works on the so called “brain receptors”. When a person stops smoking these receptors are unoccupied what makes you nervous and irritated so the desire to smoke gets stronger. One of Kudzu’s main ingredients is Isoflavones. These Isoflavones are going to replace the nicotine on the “brain receptors”.

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