- Vidarikand, also known as Indian Kudzu or Pueraria tuberosa, is a perennial climbing plant that belongs to the Fabaceae family.
- It is native to India, Nepal, and Pakistan and is widely distributed throughout the Indian subcontinent.
- The plant is characterized by its unique growth habit, with long vines that coil and climb around structures or vegetation for support.
- Vidarikand is known for its large tuberous roots, which are the main part of the plant used for medicinal purposes.
- It has delicate leaves and produces beautiful clusters of pinkish-purple flowers.
- It is traditionally used to support respiratory health, boost the immune system, and promote healthy digestion.
- It is considered an adaptogen, helping the body cope with physical and mental stressors and promoting overall vitality.
- Vidarikand is rich in bioactive compounds, including flavonoids, saponins, and isoflavones.
- It promotes a healthy gut environment and supports overall digestive wellness.
We recommend you take 1 teaspoon (2–3 g) of Vidarikand Powder with lukewarm water or warm milk twice a day for best results or as directed by your health practitioner. Store it in a cool and dry place.
- Always consult a healthcare professional before using Vidarikand Powder if you are pregnant, nursing, or taking any medication.
- Do not exceed the recommended dosage.
- Keep out of reach of children.
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