Eucommia Ulmoides Bark: Bone & Joint Supplement
✅ JOINT FLEXIBILITY & BONE STRENGTH
✅ HEALTHY BLOOD PRESSURE LEVELS
Eucommia ulmoides bark also known as Hardy Rubber Tree, is a tree that is native to China. It gets its name from the white rubber-like liquid behind its barks and in its leaves. Nature's Health Eucommia Bark uses only the bark in the supplement to ensure that only the highest purity of the nutrients are consumed.
Eucommia Bark may help to contribute to the maintenance of overall bone, tissue, and joint health. It helps support cartilage function, joint flexibility, and helps enhance muscle tissue integrity. Eucommia Bark may also help maintain a healthy heart and can be part of a low-sodium diet intended to contribute to the maintenance of healthy blood pressure levels.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat, or cure any particular disease.
✅ ALL-NATURAL ALTERNATIVE
Nature’s Health products are crafted in our Salt Lake City facility and all of our products are proudly made in the USA by a team of nutrition and botanical experts. Nature’s Health Eucommia Bark Veggie Capsules is backed by our Pure Promise in which we do not use fillers, artificial coloring, flavoring, or preservatives offering you nothing but 100% Eucommia.
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Information & Suggested Use
- 60 veggie capsules.
- Comprised of all-natural ingredients.
- Free of fillers, preservatives, and artificial coloring.
- Made in the USA.
- Take 2 capsules twice daily.
- Eucommia Bark
- Eucommia ulmoides
- Hardy Rubber Tree
- Du Zhong