Pinyin Name: Du Zhong
English Name: Eucommia Bark
Properties: sweet, warm
Channels Entered: Kidney, Liver
Low back pain, cold legs, intolerance to cold, first trimester low back pain, fractured bones, broken bones, calming the fetus, bleeding, miscarriage, unstable pregnancy, continuous bleeding after miscarriage, impotence. incontinence or dribbling urine, benefit hypertension by expanding blood vessels are some of the conditions satisfied clients have successfully used this herb for.
Primary Traditional Functions
Tonifies the Liver and Kidney, Strengthens Bones and Sinews Deficient blood and jing (essence) of the Kidney and Liver often result in weakness and soreness of the low back and knees. Du Zhong nourishes the Liver to benefit the tendons and sinews and tonifies the Kidney to strengthen the bones.
- Low back pain
- Cold legs and intolerance to cold
- Low back pain during or after menstruation
- Low back pain in the first three months of pregnancy with a feeling of abdominal prolapse
- Fractured or broken bones
Calms the Fetus
- Restless fetus, bleeding or miscarriage
- Unstable pregnancy with restless fetus and bleeding, previous history of miscarriage in the first trimester
- Continuous bleeding after miscarriage
Tonifies Kidney Yang
- Urinary incontinence and dribbling of urine
Lowers Blood Pressure
- Benefits hypertension by expanding blood vessels
Typical Usage of Concentrated Extract
2 to 3 grams per day or as directed by your health practitioner.
Cautions & Contraindications
Use Du Zhong with caution in cases of yin-deficient fire
Each package contains 200 grams.