HY-C is a blend of 16 Chinese herbs that support the circulatory and glandular systems. In Tracitional Chinese Medicine, this is considered a "fire-reducing" formula.
Helps to balance glandular systems, particularly the pancreas and liver. Has hormonal-regulating properties (for menopause, night sweats, insomnia, nervous exhaustion)
- Used traditionally to support normal range blood sugar levels
- Traditionally used for liver and pancreas support
- Historically used by mature women for menopause support
How It Works:
According to Eastern philosophy, life permits us to work with what we have on earth here and now—body and mind—in order to reclaim and maintain the innate energy and spirit that reside within us.Energy and spirit must be awakened, nurtured and balanced in order for life to flourish.TCM philosophy names five distinct energies that permeate the body:Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood.In order to feel your best, these energies must be in balance.The herbs in HY-C nutritionally support the glandular system and associated metabolic processes.According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, this formula is called bu yin, which means to “nourish yin.” In this case, yin is considered moisture.These herbs work to support the body as it attempts to reduce fire and strengthen water.
Eucommia bark, glehnia root, rehmannia root tuber, ophiopogon root tuber, pueraria root, trichosanthes root, achyranthes root, alisma rhizome, anemarrhena rhizome, asparagus root tuber, hoelen sclerotium, moutan root bark, cornus fruit without seeds, licorice root, phellodendron stem bark and schizandra fruit.
Take 2 VegCaps with a meal three times daily.
[1886-5] [Nourish Yin]
Bu Yin HYpo(HYper)glycemia
Versatile glandular balancing and cooling HY-C helps to balance glandular
systems, particularly the pancreas and liver.
This produces its blood sugar-regulating properties (especially for hypoglycemia
but also diabetes) and its hormonal-regulating properties (for menopause,
night sweats, insomnia, nervous exhaustion).
It strengthen kidneys.
Tissue dryness is associated with flushing, hot flashes, inflammations,
dry skin, dry eyes, mouth, cough, stools.
If the body has been too active (such as a long illness with fever), it
may need to be "cooled down" or "rehydrated" with HY-C.
Dendrobium, eucommia, rehmannia, ophiopogon, trichosanthes, pueraria, anemarrhena
achyranthes, hoelen, asparagus, mountain root, alisma, phellodendron, cornus,