Latin Name: Pueraria lobata (Willd.)Ohwi
Appearance: Brown Yellow Fine Powder
Part Used: Root
The kudzu is a legume belonging to the genus Kudzu. Vine; tuberous root; each part has yellow hirsute. The terminal leaflets are rhombic-ovate, 5.5-19 cm long and 4.5-18 cm wide. Racemes axillary, flowers dense; bracteoles ovate or lanceolate. The pods are bar-shaped, 5-10 cm long, flat, and densely bristled with yellow bristles. Distributed in North Korea, Japan, and China; in China except Xinjiang and Tibet, it is distributed several times throughout the country. Born on grassy slopes, roadsides, or sparse forests.
1. Economical and edible: kudzu root powder is an excellent edible starch, kudzu vine can be used in the textile industry, and wine industry, and is also an excellent material for papermaking, and the seeds can be used for oil extraction.
2. Feed: Gum vine is luxuriant and nutritious, and it is a green feed plant with great development potential.