SCHISANDRA BERRY EXTRACT

Schisandra grow wild mainly in the most Eastern parts of Russia, Siberia, the Kuril Islands, southern Sachalin and also north-eastern China, Korea and Japan. The active compounds of this herb are the lignans with an uncommon structure derived from dibenzo cyclooctadiene.
Schisandra has adaptogenic properties. Schisandra extract could provide you with energy boost therefore we do not recommend taking it before you go to sleep.

Schisandra extract packagingWe offer freeze-dried schisandra extract in water-soluble powder.
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MORE INFORMATION ON SCHISANDRA

Balance bodily functions: Schisandra, touted as a member of the adaptogen family comprised of compounds thought to balance bodily functions, contains many chemicals that could support some of the claims made for its potentially beneficial effects. Lignans are a main constituent of schisandra; these compounds which are a concentrated component of the seeds of the schisandra berry may stimulate the immune system, protect the liver, increase the body?? s ability to cope with stress, and may cause a mild sedative effect.
Increasing cellular efficiency in processing wastes,delivering more oxygen:
The more prominent lignans found in schisandra are schizandrin, wuweizisu C, and gomisin A. Schisandra extract also contains essential oils and acids, as well as vitamins and minerals which together could promote the claimed effects by increasing cellular
efficiency in processing wastes, delivering more oxygen, and creating and using energy
General Tonic: Schisandra is a major tonic herb and acts throughout the body, strengthening and toning many different organs.
Schsandra as Sexual stimulant: Probably best known as a sexual tonic for both men and women, schisandra reputedly increases the secretion of sexual fluids and, in men, it also improves sexual stamina.
Schisandra as Liver treatment herb: Schisandra has proven benefits for the liver, and is used in the treatment of hepatitis and poor liver function.
Schisandra as Sedative: Although a stimulant, schisandra is used in Chinese medicine to "quiet the spirit and calm the heart." It is given for insomnia and dream disturbed sleep, and is a fine example of how adaptogenic herbs often work in apparently contradictory ways to restore normal body function.
Schisandra as Mental & emotional remedy: In China, schisandra berries have traditionally been prescribed to treat mental illnesses such as neuroses. They are also given to improve concentration and coordination, and are a traditional remedy for forgetfulness and irritability. Schisandra's effectiveness for treating these problems has now been borne out by research.
Schisandra as Respiratory infections: Schisandra is used in the treatment of respiratory infections such as chronic coughs, shortness of breath, and wheezing.
Schisandra as Balancing fluid levels: Schisandra is used to tone up and strengthen kidney function and to help the body to balance levels of fluid, making it helpful for treating night sweats, thirst, and urinary frequency.
Schisandra as Skin rashes: Recently, Chinese herbalists have started to use schisandra to treat urticaria (hives) and other skin problems, including eczema. It is usually given for these conditions in the form of a medicinal wine.
Additional uses of Schisandra: Schisandra is used for a wide variety of other physical disorders, including diarrhea and dysentery, as well as to help improve failing sight and hearing.
Protecting the liver: Research into schisandra has focused largely on the lignans, which have a pronounced anti- hepatotoxic (liver-protective) action. Up to 30 different lignans have been identified in schisandra, which all contribute to this effect. Research from 1972 onward has reported the beneficial action of schisandra on the liver, and one clinical trial indicated a 76% success rate in treating patients with hepatitis, with no side effects being noted.
Nervous system: Schisandra is known to stimulate the nervous system, increasing the speed of reflex nervous responses and improving mental clarity. The berries are thought to be potentially useful in the treatment of depression, and are known to help improve irritability and forgetfulness.
Uterus: Schisandra stimulates the uterus, strengthening rhythmic contractions.
Adaptogenic herb: Research has shown that in common with ginseng, schisandra has adaptogenic properties, helping the body to adapt to stress.
General Tonic: Schisandra is a major tonic herb and acts throughout the body, strengthening and toning many different organs.
Sexual stimulant: Probably best known as a sexual tonic for both men and women, schisandra reputedly increases the secretion of sexual fluids and, in men, it also improves sexual stamina.
Liver treatment herb: Schisandra has proven benefits for the liver, and is used in the treatment of hepatitis and poor liver function.

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