Eucommia Bark


Origin: China

Ingredients: Wild harvested Eucommia

Parts Used: Bark


Powder: Take one tsp of dried powder in 8 oz. of favorite juice or smoothie, two times a day.

Capsules: Take 2-4 capsules a day with water or favorite beverage.


Eucommia bark has been used in traditional Chinese herbalism for more than 3,000 years. Since the tree doesn’t grow broadly outside China, this herb wasn’t utilized in different cultures before the later twentieth century.

Kidneys and Liver

Eucommia bark is closely linked to the kidneys and to a lesser extent with the liver. In Chinese medicine, the kidneys store jing. Jing is a vital life source and correlated with whole body growth and development, in addition to normal reproductive and sexual functioning. The liver and kidney jing also affects the bones, ligaments, and tendons.

Extra Flexibility and Tendon/Ligament Strengthening

Eucommia bark is the most important herb used to increase yang functions within the body. However, additionally, it supports yin functions. Eucommia helps to build strong bones and a flexible skeleton with strong tendons and ligaments. It’s a primary herb used to cure cells which are slow to fix after an injury or which have diminished through age or stress. It’s given to treat lower back and leg pain, stiffness, arthritis, and knee issues, including continual dislocation.

Eucommia Bark Support

Eucommia is also thought to have diuretic properties which assist in reducing swelling. Even though it may be used by itself, Eucommia is most frequently utilized in conjunction with other supportive herbs.

Uterus and Miscarriage

Along with healing cells, Eucommia has two other significant functions. In pregnant women, it’s given to calm the uterus, soothe the uterus, and protect against miscarriage. Eucommia also has the ability to reduce blood pressure. It may be the herb’s mild diuretic activity.

Other contemporary uses of Eucommia comprise treatment of impotence, premature ejaculation, and as a moderate anti-inflammatory. It’s contained in tonics that boost the immune system and generally improve wellbeing.

Scientific Studies

From the late 1990s, Japanese researchers became interested in Eucommia. In 2000, researchers at Nihon University in Chiba, Japan, published two studies demonstrating that both the leaves and the bark of Eucommia ulmoides contained a chemical that promotes the growth of collagen in rats. Collagen is an essential part of connective tissues such as ligaments and tendons. However, they discovered that the chemical was present in much greater quantities in new leaves and new bark and that much of it had been destroyed during the drying process.

In contemporary Japan, Eucommia leaves are also thought to assist with weight loss by reducing the desire to eat. Because of this, starting in the late 1990s, Eucommia leaves became an increasingly common herb. But as of the early 2000s, there were no scientific studies to support that function of this herb.


Before boiling, it’s sliced to expose the inside of the bark. Generally, this decoction is combined with different herbs and extracts to make yang enhancing tonics to treat liver and kidney deficiencies and impotence.


Eucommia bark has a long history of use without substantial reported issues.

Individuals who develop contact dermatitis (a rash) from exposure latex seem to have the ability to ingest tonics containing eucommia bark without sparking an allergic response. Nevertheless, individuals with latex allergy should be careful about using this herb.


We highly recommend those that are in sports, yoga or perform high-intensity workouts to consume Eucommia bark. It allows the body to bend and or flex at greater lengths without isometric strain or overstretching the ligaments.


Other Benefits:

Strengthens tendons

Improve flexibility

Physical energy

Structural stability

Neurological functions

Strengthens spinal cord

Joint pain

Leg pain

Bone growth



Blood pressure

Increase libido

Beneficial for fatty liver

Adrenal glands

Enhances the hypothalamus


Origin: China

Ingredients: Wild harvested Eucommia Bark

Parts Used: Bark

2 ounces of powder and or 60 vegetable capsules (550-600 mg).


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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