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What makes YHK a safe liver therapy?

What makes YHK a safe liver therapy?

Many liver therapies on the market often claim they are made of natural ingredients and that they are safe. However, the word “natural” comes with different interpretations and it is not easy for the general public to differentiate which product is good for the body and which is not. And most importantly, not all ingredients that are “natural” are safe for the liver. In this aspect, YHK stands out as a type of Japanese Kampo that is heavily tested to ensure it gives the best liver protection.


What is Japanese Kampo?

Japanese Kampo refers to the use of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) after it was introduced in Japan in the 7th Century. However, different from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), modern Japanese Kampo only contains plant-based ingredients and the combinations and proportions of herbs are fixed and standardized.

Due to the high medicinal value and effects, Kampo is now included in the health care system in Japan. Every ingredient is measured in exact amounts and regulated as pharmaceutical preparations. Because of the strict law enforcement and standardization, the regulations are strong and tight for Kampo, making it a safe medicinal option for the public.


YHK as a proven plant-based liver support

YHK is made in Japan in accordance with the Japan Health and Safety Regulations. Every aspect is prepared under strict manufacturing conditions. Thanks to our unique formula and patented extraction methods, during which the essence of the plants is kept while the unwanted and toxic substances are eliminated, YHK is especially safe for the liver. Below shows a list of the 4 major ingredients in YHK.


1. Panax Pseudoginseng (also known as notoginseng)

  • The root is used to make medicine.
  • Its name in Chinese is Sanqi, which means “Three Seven”. It’s because there are 3 leaf petioles on each plant and each petiole has 7 blades. It also takes 3-7 years to harvest after sowing.


  1. Reduce liver damage
  2. Anti-fibrosis
  3. Reduce inflammation
  4. Increase production of red blood cells



2. Eucommia 

  • Taken from a species of small tree in Asia
  • Only one sex is present in any tree of this species, meaning that growing plants of both sexes in vicinity is necessary to produce seeds.


  1. Nourish liver and kidneys
  2. Heal tissues
  3. Lower blood pressure
  4. Reduce swelling



3. Licorice Root

  • The root is used to make medicine.
  • Licorice has a long history of medicinal use in both Eastern and Western medicine.


  1. Protect and promote healing in liver
  2. Anti-inflammatory
  3. Help heal ulcers





4. Rhizoma Polygonati 

  • The rhizome of a perennial herbaceous plant.
  • Native to East Asia


  1. Reduce inflammation
  2. Cancer prevention
  3. Anti-ageing
  4. Lower blood pressure





In order to produce a kind of liver supplement that is truly safe and effective, focusing on choosing the right type of ingredients is not enough. It is even more important to have the right formula and manufacturing process, so that the medicinal effects of the ingredients are maximized while the amount of toxic substances and side effects are minimized as much as possible.

If you have any further enquiries regarding the ingredients of YHK, please do not hesitate to contact our support team for more information.

  • * All research and clinical data should be used as reference purposes only, results may vary.
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