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What Kudzu herb Is:

Plant some kudzu. You'll find kudzu across millions of acres in the southeastern United States, where it was introduced to control erosion. It's native to Asia, however, where it has thrived for more than a thousand years. Kudzu root, which can grow as big as an average-size male, once served as a primary source of starch in China and Japan until the introduction of sweet potatoes. It also used to be a traditional treatment for diarrhea and dysentery. Today the starch is commonly used as a thickener in commercially processed foods. Kudzu might be missing a higher calling, though, for science has found a few intriguing medicinal possibilities.

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