Eucommia bark is able to replenish the expansive kidney essence Jing, specifically Yang Jing, which assists the body in generating strength, stamina and power. Traditionally eucommia bark is considered an important herb for promoting fertility in men and women.
Ingredients ◆ Eucommia ulmoides (eucommia bark) 10:1 dual-extract powder
100% pure herbal medicine - absolutely no fillers, preservatives or additives of any kind used.
Superior quality - the ancient sourcing criteria we live by is called Di Dao, and we take it VERY seriously. We only source from the most pristine mountains, valleys and plains in extremely rural regions where the herbs are spiritually at home. From the growers, the foragers, the extractors, to us, the herbs are handled with extreme reverence; this is true Di Dao herbalism.
Rigorous and independently tested to ensure purity - we test for metals, pesticides, moulds, microbials and more, twice in house and with TGA accredited facilities.
Potent 10:1 extract powder - 10:1 = 10kg of herb to create 1kg of powder.
Uniquely specific processing technique - our eucommia bark is extracted by trained herbalists using uniquely and patented refined techniques very specific to the herb. This involves our 3 stage high pressure dual-extraction, using water and rice alcohol for maximum potency and bioavailabilty. Our techniques ensure the extraction is alive (herbs have different temperature and extraction duration limits) and upholds the specificity of the pharmacological and historical knowledge we have of the herb.
Non standardised, full spectrum extracts - using traditional extraction methods we ensure that the full range of compounds and energetics are extracted to ensure that we have a product that is just as nature intended. We never synthetically isolate and standardise particular active constituents.
100% family-owned business - run by passionate tonic herbalists, in the Byron Shire, NSW
See where your eucommia bark comes from, live vision from the SuperFeast Eucommia Bark forest.
SOURCED • Di Dao sourced from China’s Hunan, Sichuan, Shaanxi, and Guizhou regions.