Herbal Information for Eucommia Bark in Cut Form
Common Name: Eucommia Bark, Cortex Eucommiae Ulmoidis
Botanical Name: Eucommia Ulmoides Cortex (bark)
Pin Yin Name: Du Zhong
Other Ingredients: None, nothing has been added to this product.
Package Size: 1 pound
Form: Large Pieces
Dosage: Follow doctors instructions on how to use this herb.
Brand: Nuherbs Lab Test - Geo-Authentic Herbs
Cautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Consult your healthcare provider before using if taking blood pressure medication.
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Naturally Occurring Chemical Components: eucommiol, eucommioside, eucommioside-I,
- Tonifier for Liver
- Tonifier for Kidneys
- Botanical Support for Circulatory system
Product Properties: Sweet, slightly acrid, and warm
Channels: Liver and kidney channels
What is Eucommia Bark Used For?
Eucommia bark has been used as a natural supplement for various cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. Eucommia bark acts as a energizing substance, it is not a stimulant per se, but works as an adaption to both activate circulation as well as calm the nerves if needed.
Supports Cardiovascular and Circulatory System
Eucommia bark is able to support and normalize blood pressure, especially those who are borderline hypertensive. In the long run, lower blood pressure could possibly lessen the risk of other various cardiovascular diseases from developing as well.
Eucommia bark is a great herbal adjunct for maintaining bone health, flexibility and structural stability.
Benefits Blood Sugar
Eucommia bark aids in normal blood sugar when used with exercise. Eucommia may help in the reduction of insulin resistance.
Eucommia Bark Benefits, A Fortifying Tonic
The bark of the tree has been used for many centuries as a decocted tea preparation for its profound effects on increasing the overall strength of the skeletal structure. The Eucommia bark cannot be eaten raw. But must go through a hot water extraction process, either by simmering the dried material in water as a liquid tea or by concentrating it into a powdered hot water extract. It can also be prepared as a tincture in alcohol. These preparation techniques are necessary to release the health enhancing compounds for consumption as an herbal supplement.
Check out our How to Use Bulk Herbs page to see how to use herbs correctly. Our web page is constantly expanding, as of today we have articles on:
How to make salves, poultice, tinctures, teas, capsules, gargles, and foot bathes.
The chart below is a quick overview on using different forms of herbs.
About Nuherbs Lab Tested Quality.
Each batch of herbs is dual-lab tested by our in-house lab and independent third party lab. Our in-house lab is equipped with instruments such as a high performance liquid chromatography, moisture determination meter, Fourier transform infrared spectrometer, atomic absorption spectrophotometer, gas chromatograph, etc.
In addition, the following additional tests are performed:
- Micro bacteria
- Pesticides - over 200 pesticides tested for (Uab 2000 screen).
- Heavy Metals - Lead, Mercury and Arsenic
Traditional Chinese Herbs encompasses the use of different parts of plants, such as the leaves, roots, stems, flowers, and seeds. These plant parts are often used as a tea, decoctions, extracts, made into capsules or even a footbath. These bulk herbs should be regarded as an added feature to modern western healthcare, and not as a replacement. Chinese traditional herbs ( Teas ) emphasize harmony and balance.
We encourage you to educate yourself on herbs and supplements, by researching reputable sites, and books. Having an open discussion with your physician on what will be most beneficial for your health issues. And lastly discussing interaction of herbs and pharmaceuticals with your pharmacist or physician.
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DetailsCurrent Stock: 2SKU: P12580UPC:Manufacturer Part Number P12580Condition: NewAvailability: Usually ships within 1 day, not including weekends.Width: 10.00 (in)Height: 12.00 (in)Depth: 2.00 (in)