Yu Xing Cao tincture is known for its potential antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, which can contribute to reducing inflammation in the body and supporting overall health. The plant is also valued for its potential antioxidant effects and benefits for respiratory health.
Parts Used: Herb
Yu Xing Cao benefits and uses:
- Antimicrobial properties.
- Anti-inflammatory effects.
- Antioxidant activity.
- Supports respiratory health.
- Diuretic properties.
Yu Xing Cao is a source of:
- Phenolic acids
- Essential oils
Yu Xing Cao, also known as Houttuynia cordata, is a medicinal herb that contains bioactive compounds that exhibit antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties. This herb has shown promise in boosting the immune system, reducing inflammation, improving respiratory function, and inhibiting the growth of certain microorganisms.
Yu Xing Cao is sometimes referred to as "fishy-smell herb" due to its distinct aroma, which is reminiscent of fish. This unique scent is attributed to the presence of certain sulfur compounds in the herb. Despite its strong odor, Yu Xing Cao is highly valued in traditional medicine for its potential health benefits and is used in various culinary dishes as well.
Our herbal supplements are pure concentrates, free of impurities. Our facility is FDA registered and GMP certified. All our herbal extracts are third lab tested, vegan, not tested on animals, made in the USA, and all natural. We use a unique, patent-pending extraction method that ensures each product contains the highest potency and volume of nutrients.
How to consume:
Mix 0.7 ml (30 drops) with 2 fluid ounces of water or your favorite juice 1 to 3 times a day.
* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, mitigate, or prevent any disease. Results may vary based on individual users and are not guaranteed.
My healer told me to take this herbal tincture. I add a teaspoon twice a day to a glass of unsweetened pomegranate juice over ice, mixed with plain or sparkling water.