Common Name: Eucommia Bark Botanical Name: Eucommia ulmoides, Cortex Eucommiae Ulmoidis Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Du Zhong Eucommia Bark Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Eucommia Bark Precautions: Do not use if nursing or pregnant. Over dose should be avoided. Oily food is prohibited while taking this herb.
Eucommia Bark Benefits & Information
Eucommia Bark is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb to tonify the liver and kidneys, stenghten bones and tendons, prevent abortion and tonify the yang, In Chinese medicine Eucommia Bark is the tonic herb of choice. It is a tonic herb that strengthens structural tissue and improves structural competency at a fundamental level. Eucommia bark is a superb Yang Jing tonic. Eucommia Bark benefits the cardiovascular system, supports bone health, promotes circulation and benefits the immune system. It has anti-inflammatory, diuretic, antibotic and sedative effects. Eucommia Bark Properties: Sweet, Slightly Acrid, Warm Eucommia Bark Channels / Meridians: Liver, Kidney Eucommia Bark Naturally Occuring Componets: flavonone, glucose, glucosamine, glycosides, naringin, propelargonidins, starch
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