59ml Liquid Extract

In TCM this formula is designed to regulate and balance yin and yang.


Nature’s Sunshine’s Chinese herbal combinations are based on 5000 years of Chinese herbal tradition.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which includes the use of herbal medicine, continues to provide primary healthcare throughout Asia even in these modern times.

Did you know?

An important concept in TCM is yin and yang, which stems from the basic Chinese philosophy of the interdependence of opposites. In TCM, the goal is to balance the complementary forces of yin and the yang to achieve optimum health. HRP-C is a yinyang balancing formula developed by the traditional Chinese doctor, Wenwei Xie. When looking for a company to share his formula with, Dr. Xie picked Nature’s Sunshine because of NSP’s extensive herbal formulating experience and quality assurance.

Features & Benefits

Remedy based on the theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

In TCM this formula is designed to regulate and balance yin and yang.

NSP Advantage

59 mL. Chinese herbal combination.

NPN: 80051291

Additional information

Weight 0.093 kg
Dimensions 3.5 × 3.5 × 9.5 cm



Medicinal Ingredients: Each teaspoon contains Portulaca oleracea (ma chi xian) herb top 0.1 ml; Strobilanthes cusia (ma lan) leaf 0.1 ml; Strobilanthes cusia (ma lan) root 0.1 ml; Taraxacum mongolicum (pu gong ying) whole plant 0.1 ml; Thlaspi arvense (xi ming) whole plant 0.1 ml; Bupleurum chinense (chai hu) root 0.09 ml; Scutellaria baicalensis (huang qin) root 0.07 ml; Typhonium flagelliforme (shui ban xia) rhizome 0.07 ml; Cinnamomum aromaticum (rou gui) twig 0.05 ml; Glycyrrhiza uralensis (gan cao) rhizome 0.05 ml and Panax ginseng (ren shen) root 0.05 ml all standardized to a 5:1 extract.

Non-Medicinal Ingredients: glycerin and purified water.

Suggested Use

Capsules Recommendation (adults): Take four capsules with a meal two to four times a day. For prolonged use consult a health care practitioner.

Risk Information: Do not use concurrently with barbiturates or sedatives or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

TCM Contraindications: According to TCM, do not use if you have a stomach cold; deficiency of the spleen or stomach; in cases of liver fire and wind-stroke; yin deficiency with heat signs, heat excess, or in the absence of significant qi deficiency or if you have excess heat, yin-deficient fire, or bleeding caused by heat in the blood. Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you are taking prescription medications, blood thinners; if you have diabetes; if symptoms persist or worsen or if new symptoms develop. Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you are taking antidepressants or digoxin. Take as directed by a TCM practitioner.

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