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  • Eucommia Bark

    Eucommia bark has been revered by Taoist herbalists for more than 2500 years for its ability to replenish depleted energy, support a strong and flexible skeletal structure (especially knees and lower back), as well as support tendon and ligament health.


    Eucommia bark is a primary Yang Jing herb; it is also a slightly lesser Yin Jing herb.


    Eucommia bark is the first herb listed in the Shen Nong materia medica and is therefore the first tonic herb ever formally documented in a text, this honour is not without significance.


    Eucommia bark is a warm, sweet, pungent herb.



    SuperFeast Eucommia Bark is sourced Dì Dào (地道) from the Hunan, Sichuan, Shaanxi, and Guizhou regions of China. It is harvested from trees 8-10 years old and sun-dried before being dual-extracted.



    There are no known contraindications with eucommia bark. If you are on blood thinners or blood pressure medication, please check with your prescribing doctor if eucommia bark is appropriate for you. Eucommia bark is one of the herbs most commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine to stabilise pregnancy and prevent miscarriage (Bensky et al. 2004; Chen and Chen 2004). There is no safety data on its use during breastfeeding; discuss whether it's appropriate with your healthcare provider.


    Store below 30°C.
    Keep out of reach of children.
    Packed in Australia from imported ingredients.
    Talk to a TCM practitioner/health professional if you are unsure if this medicine is right for you. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.

    Eucommia ulmoides (Eucommia bark)



    10:1 dual-extract powder


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