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Kuzu from Japan Bio

100 g
SKU: LP-0001105
B12OYX6IHN3
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Kuzu from Japan Bio by Mitoku is used to prepare medicinal drinks and also in the kitchen, it has properties as diverse as improving diarrhea or helping to quit even alcohol.
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    Organic farming production, which respects the environment and is free of pesticides and transgenic
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Description

Kuzu from Japan Bio by Mitoku is used to prepare medicinal drinks and also in the kitchen, it has properties as diverse as improving diarrhea or helping to quit even alcohol.

Indication

It is an Asian product that comes from the process of collecting, washing and drying a series of natural volcanic roots, it is usually used to alleviate the effects of withdrawal syndrome in smokers and alcoholics, it is also ideal to maintain a good functioning of the digestive system.

Ecological guarantee: FR-BIO-01

Intake mode

It is recommended as a medicinal drink: a teaspoon of dessert is diluted cold, in just over half a glass of water. Then it is put on low heat for a couple of minutes until we have a kind of transparent cream, it is taken warm and we can take 2 or 3 cups a day, and another formula is to do the same but instead of water use the tea of three years or kukicha, thereby increasing the alkalizing effect. And in culinary uses: its ability to thicken, its gelatinous texture and its absence of flavor and gluten make it highly recommended for sauces, pie fillings, stews, you have to dissolve the kuzu with a little water (cold) and then add it to cooking (at least a couple of minutes before turning off the fire), as a reference we can say that a teaspoon of kuzu is equivalent to a tablespoon of cornmeal.

Storage conditions

Store in a cool, dry place.

Composition

Kudzu / Pueraria lobata, Powdered wild kuzu root.

Certificate

FR-BIO-01

Nutritional table

  • For 100 g
  • Lipid fats
    0.5 g
  • Carbohydrates / Carbohydrates
    83.8 g
  • Protein
    0.2 g

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