|Price||US $50 / kilogram|
|Min. Order||1 kilogram|
|Terms of Payment||T/T, Paypal|
Specification of Product Information
Chengde Shenzhou Chinese Medicine Business Development Co., Ltd.
the fruit of Chinese magnoliavine
Chinese Name (Pin Yin)
South berry and North berry
Part of Plant Used
Seed and Fruite
Pharmaceutical stuff, functional food
Store in cool and dry place, keep away from light
Schisandra berry tea has been prized for its amazing health benefits since it was first used in ancient Chinese medical practices. This tea can be used for a wide variety of purposes. Though some benefits are medically unproven as yet, others have withstood scientific studies aimed to determine just how schisandra tea benefits the body. This tea produces an enzyme known as glutathione peroxidase that acts to deactivate toxic free radicals in the liver. This may help to heal certain types of liver damage. Ancient Chinese emperors revered schisandra tea for just this purpose. This tea also prevents inflammation of the liver.
Other schisandra chinensis
Schisandra berry tea can be made with 1 to 2 teaspoons of dried schisandra berries and 8 to 10 ounces of water. You can also use premade tea packets. Steep the tea for 20 to 30 minutes before drinking. For the best schisandra berry tea benefits, it’s recommended that you drink it about three times a day. Enjoy the tea in small doses of about 4 ounces. You can also use schisandra tea from time to time when you feel like you need an extra boost to your day. A traditional Chinese medical practitioner may prescribe schisandra tea along with other herbs for a more comprehensive treatment.