Also known as: Pueraria lobata, Pueraria montana, Peurarium lobata, and kuzu.
Farming Type: Organic
The pestiferous, creeping kudzu plant infesting the southeastern United States is an edible vegetable of Asian origin with a medicinal root used in healing for over 2000 years. Kudzu starch can be cooked into noodles and pastes, into pastries, and as a thickening agent in sauces. It is often used in Asian soups where it is cut into slices and slowly cooked for many hours, sometimes with tangerine peel, meat, and other various ingredients. The washed and dried root is usually the only part used. Can be found as a fine powder but dried root pieces work as well. Naturopathic physicians report an astonishing range of applications for kudzu.
In magick, Kudzu is generally used for all types of binding, cursing and hexing magick.
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