KB-C, Chinese

  • Traditionally used to strengthen the urinary system
  • Supports the structural system, specifically the bones
  • May help the body restore energy
  • Sustainably sourced in partnership with local farmers

Why KB-C?

Our Chinese herbal blends carefully follow the principles of ancient Chinese Medicine that have been practiced for more than two millennia. KB-C TCM or Jian gu is designed to “strengthen the bones.” These good-for-you herbs were selected for their many beneficial properties.


For more than 35 years, we’ve partnered with the same incredible vendor to collaborate with farmers in traditional communities to bring only the finest herbs from China to the US. And we’ve conducted multiple on-site audits throughout the years to re-verify the quality of both their facility and herbs. Our farmers are deeply attached to the land they have lived on and worked for generations, and they practice regenerative farming methods to preserve it for future use.

Key Ingredients

Eucommia bark
Achyranthes root
Drynaria rhizome
Hoelen sclerotium
The Story behind KB-C. High in the mountain regions of China you find eucommia trees, part of the rubber tree family. Its Chinese name Du zhong came from a Taoist monk who was allegedly immortal. This suggests that the herb helps convey longevity, health and vitality. Achyranthes grows in China, Japan, India and Nepal. Historical use includes the encouragement of urinary flow. In Nepal, they also use the juice from this root for oral applications. Drynaria has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for more than a thousand years to build bone strength. In Traditional Asian medicine, hoelen (Poria cocos) has been used for centuries to increase urinary flow.

Eucommia bark, cistanche salsa, achyranthes root, Sichuan teasel root, drynaria rhizome, hoelen sclerotium, morinda root, rehmannia root tuber, astragalus root, Asiatic dogwood fruit without seeds, Chinese yam rhizome, barrenwort leaf, ligustrum fruit, liquidambar fruit, lycium fruit, Asian ginseng root, dong quai root and Bai-zhu atractylodes rhizome.


Take 1 vegcap with a meal three times daily.

NOTE: Pregnant or lactating women should consult their health care provider prior to taking this supplement.

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