We investigated the effects of extracts from the dried flower of Pueraria thomsonii on blood ethanol and acetaldehyde levels in humans consuming alcoholic beverages. The extracts of Pueraria thomsonii had no influence on blood ethanol and acetaldehyde concentration in humans. However, the extracts increased the elimination rate constant of blood acetaldehyde, although they had no effect on the elimination of blood ethanol in humans. These results suggest that Pueraria thomsonii promotes the elimination of blood acetaldehyde in humans. The present study clinically suggests that a modest stimulatory effect of Pueraria thomsonii on the elimination of blood acetaldehyde may passively mitigate acetaldehyde toxicity, such as flushing, palpitation, headache, etc., associated with excessive alcohol intake.