Kudzu LV (Liver Support)



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Details of Kudzu LV (Liver Support)
Kudzu root grows insanely in The Southern US, where it is most needed.

Notes: This formula uses the same three herbs as the other Kudzu formulas, however this one favors a larger dosage of the two herbs: Tiger Cane and Kudzu root. Tiger Cane is used here to support the liver’s natural ability to heal itself. Apparently it has some stripes that make it look like a Bengal tiger. Chinese doctors call it “hu zhang” in Mandarin, but I like to call it simply “tiger cane”.

The Kudzu root is good for regulating body fluids, which is as important as anything to get the body up and running at an optimum level in the wake of excessive alcohol consumption. Drinking alcohol causes a loss of body fluids due to its suppression of the brain’s anti-diuretic hormone. As we said in the Midwest, “You don’t buy beer, you rent it.”


Hu Zhang 虎杖 bushy knotweed rhizome, giant knotweed Polygoni cuspidati Rhizoma [don’t use if pregnant]

  • This is the famous herb that is being used to produce the newest darling of the dietary supplement industry: “resveratrol”. However in this formula, hu zhang (“tiger cane”) is used to regulate liver enzymes. Helps your liver spring back to life.

Ge Gen 葛根 kudzu root, pueraria Radix Puerariae

  • Using kudzu root “the day after”, you’ll find it’s benefits include hydration. In Chinese medicine, we use it to “generate fluids” which is a great idea after the increased urinary output associated with drinking alcohol.
  • Kudzu root is also used for loose stools. Sometimes a night of drinking includes a night of overeating. In this case, we got you covered on both ends.

Ju Hua 菊花 chrysanthemum flower Flos Chrysanthemi Morifolii

  • Mum flowers are used in China to “clear heat from the Liver”. In this case, the application is actually applied to red, bloodshot eyes. The Chinese concept of the Liver says that it is attached to the eyes. So, cooling the Liver will take the red out of your eyes.

The BBC web-site recently ran an article about Kudzu. Lets be clear that Eagleherbs doesn’t endorse anything other than total responsible drinking. For many, this can mean not drinking at all.

The article says:

When our volunteers partied after having had a placebo they drank an average of seven units per person. When, however, they had taken the kudzu beforehand, they drank an average of 5.5 units, which meant that overall they had drunk about 20% less.

None of them had noticed any side effects from the kudzu, indeed none of them were aware when they had taken it.


If you are prone to dangerous behaviors to yourself or others while drinking (eg: driving) please get help. Don’t rely on this product to solve your drinking problem(s).


Adult Dosage
    Eagle Herbs is now supplying a 2 gram “little spoon”. (Please wash and dry before using.)
    An “average dose” is 10 grams per day of the granules. This means 5 “little spoons” or 20 capsules each day. Each capsule is 1/2 gram. 
    A Big Dosage for Short-lived but intense issues: 3 little spoons (12 capsules) twice a day.
    A Smaller Dosage for Lingering low-grade concerns: 2 little spoons (8 capsules) twice a day. 
    If you are very sensitive to medicines: start out low (1/2 little spoon or 2 capsules) once per day, and raise the dosage each day.
    We find that people find the right dosage for themselves. We don’t know your body weight, your sensitivity etc… So take what feels good for you and you get the results you are looking for. Many people get great results with taking less. 

Your order will last approximately this long:

  • 50 grams powder (capsules only): 4 to 14 days.
  • 100 grams powder (capsules or powder): 8 to 25 days
  • 200 grams powder (powder only): 19 to 56 days

Additional information

Weight 120 g
Dimensions 0.2 × 0.2 × 0.2 in
granules or capsules sizes

100 grams granules: $34, 200 grams granules: $60, 100 capsules (50 grams): $35, 200 capsules (100 grams): $58, 5 bottles 200 grams granules: $275, 5 bottles 200 capsules: $260

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