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The Schisandra berry: The red power pack from the Far East Product Description
Who health, vitality and harmony wishes safely can take a look at the Schisandra berry, because it truly has in itself. The bright red berry is a deciduous perennial climbing plant verholzene is by no means a newly discovered miracle or a panacea. The Schisandra is one of the important Chinese medicinal plants and can point to a good 2000 year old tradition. In this country, dipped the Schisandra first time in the 19th century. Your health effects have been recognized for a long time. The great thing is that the Schisandra berry can be used almost universally. In China, the berry is valued as a vitality enhancing energy booster, boosts body and mind. It relieves stress and depression, acts as an aphrodisiac and invigorating, strengthens the memory, in short: The exotic powerhouse has a balancing and strengthening effect on the entire organism. Even with Alzheimer's, dementia and hepatitis access to Chinese medical Schisandra. And thanks to a special, very rare flavonoids (secondary plant substances) is the Schisandra actually a "magic bullet" - and for the vessels. Regardless of its effect promises Schisandra an intense taste experience. Namely sweet, sour, bitter, pungent and salty. Just the herb of the five flavors or the five elements.
Use: Schisandra berries
- Preparation as tea: ca. 3g berries or three young fresh or dried leaves per cup (about 150ml). The tea should take at least 12 hours to cover it airtight. The berries crush voher something. This means that all substances are released better.
- Ideal for seasoning fish, meat, sauces, soups, to nibble on cereal or as a tea.
- When you take treatment, 3 months daily 3g crushed berries. A month after break and then alternately.
- A delicacy, Schisandra cream cheese, Schisandra mustard
The main ingredients of Schisandra berry:
Vitamins (C, E, provitamin A (beta-carotene), thiamin (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pyridoxine B6)
Minerals (calcium, magnesium, iron)
Trace elements (selenium, iodine, tin, cobalt, phosphorus, potassium, sodium)
Acids in pulp (about 10% citric acid, malic acid, tartaric acid, fumaric acid)
Fatty acids in the seeds (about 33% linoleic acid, oleic acid, linolenic acid, lauric acid, succinic acid, palmitic acid)
Lignans and their components (5-19%): schisandrin A, B and C, y.Schisandrin, pseudo-y-schisandrin, Schisandrol A, B, B Schisandrat, Schisantherin A, B, C, D, E, gomisin A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, N, O, (-) - gomisin K1, (+) gomisin K2 - K3 gomisin, (-) - gomisin L1, (-) - L2 gomisin , (+) - gomisin M1 (+) M2 gomisin, Epigomisin O, Angeloylgomisin Q, P and Angeloylgomisin Tigloylgomisin P, Neoschisandrin and many more)
Other ingredients (essential oils, flavonoids, pectins, resins, phytosterols (beta-sitosterol and stigmasterol), tannic acid, triterpenes)
Source: Shalila Sharamon-Bodo J. Baginski "The Schisandra berry" - WIND HORSE-Verlag
* Lack of concentration
* Liver problems
* Premature ejaculation
* Potency-enhancing, aphrodisiac (aphrodisiac)
* Bad hearing
* Low vision
* Circulatory disorders, this berry has flavonoids, which
have a "cleansing" effect on the vascular system
Note: A visit to the doctor can not replace herbs and medicinal plants! Please take prior to consumption to contact a doctor you trust to avoid potential side effects of drugs!
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