To normalize blood sugar & pressure, liver disease. Cholesterol, asthma, insomnia, nerve pain, PMS, diarrhea, night sweats, sweating, depression & memory loss.
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Schisandra is used as an “adaptogen” for increasing resistance to disease and stress, increasing energy, and increasing physical performance and endurance.
Schisandra is also used for preventing early aging and increasing lifespan; normalizing blood sugar and blood pressure; and stimulating the immune system and speeding recovery after surgery.
It is also used for treating liver disease (hepatitis) and protecting the liver from poisons. The Chinese have developed a liver-protecting drug called DBD that is made from schisandrin, one of the chemicals in schisandra.
Other uses for schisandra include treatment of high cholesterol, coughs, asthma, sleep problems (insomnia), nerve pain, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), chronic diarrhea, dysentery, night sweats, spontaneous sweating, involuntary discharge of semen, thirst, erectile dysfunction (ED), physical exhaustion, excessive urination, depression, irritability, and memory loss.
Some people use schisandra for improving vision, protecting against radiation, preventing motion sickness, preventing infection, boosting energy at the cellular level, counteracting the effects of sugar, and improving the health of the adrenal glands.
- How to Make Tea From Schizandra Berries
- o1 Purchase dried Schizandra berries from your local health foods store. You will also need to purchase Muslin or steeping bags.
- o2 Place two to three cups of water inside a kettle and bring to a boil.
- o3 Place two to three tablespoons of the dried Schizandra berries inside of the steeping bag. There should be one tablespoon of berries for each cup of water that you intend to use. If you want your tea to be stronger, you can use two tablespoons of berries per cup of tea.
- o4 Drop the steeping bag containing the berries into the boiling water. Reduce the heat to a low setting and allow the berries to steep for 15 minutes.
- o5 Pour yourself a cup of hot Schizandra Berry tea. To add more flavor to your tea, you can add lemon juice or honey. Because the honey is a natural sweetener, you may prefer to use it instead of granulated sugar.
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