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The perfect balance of ingredients, formulation and processing techniques.

The perfect balance of ingredients, formulation and processing techniques.
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YHK has significant effect in stopping liver inflammation; it can enhance the recovery of liver health and protect liver cells. Those who have experienced YHK often have these questions in mind: Why is YHK so different from other liver medicines and supplements? Why is it possible to have such unprecedented effects? The answer seems magical, but in fact, it is not complicated - Because YHK possesses a perfect balance.

 

To explain this, we must first point out that YHK is made from 4 natural ingredients rather than chemicals. We can explain this using an example: flour and eggs, which are natural ingredients. Through different processing methods, flour and eggs can be turned into a variety of food and pastries, such as noodles, buns, cakes, biscuits, etc. Yet the taste, texture and nutritional value of these foods are completely different. Their purpose is also different. The same ingredients can create different products depending on the formulation and processing techniques.

 

Unique formulation and processing techniques have enabled YHK to achieve its effects. YHK’s formula perfectly integrates each ingredient, achieving balance and synergy, as well as maximizing the functions of each ingredient, 

 

The right choice of ingredients is the foundation of a great product. The ingredients of YHK (Panax pseudo Ginseng, Eucommia ulmoides, Rhizome Polygonati and Licorice root) are carefully selected, and rated as high class Chinese medicines. The properties of these ingredients complement and enhance each other’s functions to create the effects of YHK. 

 

Some people argue that YHK is not suitable for people with high blood pressure, since Licorice root may cause blood pressure to rise further. But why did clinical studies not show any increase of blood pressure in patients after using YHK? In fact, no known side effects were found in any of the studies of YHK. This is because other ingredients are used in conjunction with Licorice root: Panax pseudo Ginseng has anti-inflammatory and anti-fibrotic properties, can relieve pain and lower blood pressure. Eucommia Ulmoides can improve the recovery of cells, improve the immune system, and lower blood pressure. This is an example of balance and synergy of ingredients. A knowledgeable combination allows the ingredients to complement each other, improving the overall effect.

 

The formulation and processing techniques of YHK focus on 3 main areas:

  1. To enable YHK to be easily absorbed by the body (Studies show positive effects within 10 days of using YHK.),
  2. To allow every ingredient to exert their maximum efficacy and function (Studies show that YHK contains anti inflammation and anti fibrosis properties.),
  3. To eliminate the weaknesses and possible side effects of each ingredient. (Clinical studies show that YHK does not cause any side effects.)

 

The formulation and processing techniques are somehow similar to a cooking recipe; they are the key to shaping the characteristics and final effects of YHK. Some people have asked: If I consume the ingredients used in YHK separately, would I get the same effects as YHK? It is nearly impossible. Imagine eating flour and eggs separately, but hoping to get the taste of a cake,, it is simply an absurd and unintelligent idea.

 

YHK is not a simple mixture of ingredients. The proven effect of YHK is the result of careful design and consideration by professionals. It is the result of a perfect balance of ingredients by unique formulation and processing techniques. This is why YHK is so different from other medication or supplements. The correct use of  natural resources can create powerful results, and the effects are incomparable to single extraction of chemical ingredients.

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