Eucommia bark is one of, if not, the most essential vegan Yang tonic herb. In fact, it’s second as a Yang tonic herb to Deer Antler. It’s associated with the kidneys and liver and is considered the primary herb used to improve yang functions in the body. High-quality Eucommia bark offers abundant Jing. Also, it enhances the strength of the human skeleton and vital connective tissues. Eucommia bark has long been the go-to herb used by popular martial artists for strengthening their sinews and bones. It’s a strong immune tonic.
It’s worth noting that Eucommia bark strongly supports your heart. Here’s a small yet important recommendation: If you’re physically active, consume Eucommia bark on a regular or daily basis. The bark is significantly stronger than the leaves. A great amount of Eucommia products sold in American regions are made from its leaves because it’s cheaper. Eucommia bark, on the other hand, is expensive due to its numerous health benefits and the fact that it can be difficult to find in a more sustainable manner.
Continue reading to learn all about Eucommia bark and its health-promoting content and properties, as well as side-effects (if there are any).
What is Eucommia Bark?
Commonly known as the gutta-percha or hardy rubber tree, Eucommmia bark is the grooved, gray bark of the Eucommia tree. It is also called Du Zhong, which s the Chinese name of Eucommia bark. This name specifically refers to an old Taoist monk who was believed to be immortal, indicating that Eucommia bark provides good health, long life, and vitality. The Eucommia ulmoides tree is part of the rubber family. It is native to the mountain regions of China and Traditional Chinese medicine. The tree usually grows to around 50 ft in height. Small bark patches are harvested from trees that are at least a decade old from late summer to early autumn.
While the outer bark is carefully peeled away, the smoother, inner bark is moderately dried. The inner bark contains a pure white, elastic latex. It is said to carry the compounds accounting for Eucommia bark’s several healing properties. On the other hand, older and thicker inner bark with notably more latex is considered twice as desirable for herbalists to use compared to younger, thinner bark.
Traditionally, only the Eucommia ulmoides bark was used for healing purposes. However, research in the late 1990s indicated that the leaves had potential healing properties, too. The green leaves are narrow, pointed, and shiny. The flowers are small and aren’t used for healing.
Several studies have shown the possible therapeutic benefits of Eucommia tea. However, most of these studies are still limited to small clinical experiments and random animal studies.
- Eucommia bark helps strengthen tendons
- Eucommia bark may improve flexibility
- Physical energy
- Structural stability
- Neurological functions
- Strengthens spinal cord
- Help relieve joint pain
- Leg pain
- Assist with bone growth
- Heals osteoarthritis
- Packed with phytonutrients
- Helps with blood pressure
- Increases libido
- Beneficial for fatty liver
- Adrenal glands
- Enhances the hypothalamus
Ingredients: Wild harvested Eucommia Bark
Parts Used: Bark
Forms: Two ounces of powder or 60 vegetable capsules (550-600 mg).
How to use:
Powder: Take 1/2 tsp of dried powder in an 8 oz. glass of favorite juice or smoothie once a day.
Capsules: Take 1 capsule 2 times a day with water or favorite beverage.
The gel caps we use are Vegicaps (vegetable) and are all-natural. No Animal By-Products, Starch Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free, Preservative Free, Ethylene Oxide, and Sulfite FREE!
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Powdered (2oz), Capsule (s) 60 Vegicaps
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